Forbes Spends a Day on Set With Bree Mills, Stills by Alan

Forbes Spends a Day on Set With Bree Mills, Stills by Alan

 

Forbes Spends a Day on Set With Bree Mills, Stills by Alan

LOS ANGELES — Forbes’ contributing writer Susannah Breslin spent a day on a Girlsway set with Gamma Films’ Bree Mills and Stills by Alan.

In the article titled, “It’s Porn, But Its Business Model Is ‘A World Without Men,’” XBIZ Award-winning director Mills talked about the intricacies of being a woman in adult, and creating lesbian content.

“Girl-girl content was never {taken seriously|given serious attention|considered genuine}, ” {Mills|Generators} told Forbes. “[At Gamma] I {spent|put in} a lot of time studying what surfers were looking for. {We were|I was} able to produce {a case|a circumstance} for lesbian content being commercially viable. ‘Lesbian’ has become the number one most searched niche in adult today. ”

{While|Whilst|Although} her audience is {mostly|mainly|generally} straight men, in her movies, she told Forbes, “It’s women who drive the show. It’s kind of a world without men. When we put men in, we {minimize|reduce|lessen} their face. ”

{As|Because|Since} for women in {adult|mature}, Mills noted {that there is|there is} a connection between female {performers|artists|entertainers} and directors.

“There’s a certain amount of trust between a female director and female talent,” Mills said. “It makes things feel safer.”

Starr added, “It’s more friendly … It’s more like fun and friendly and happy. Usually, when we do a scene with a guy [a male performer], he just wants to destroy you.”

For more information, follow Mills or Stills by Alan on Twitter.

Photo courtesy of Susannah Breslin.

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