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Pure Taboo & Girlsway Receive Six 2019 AVN Awards For Gamma Films

Pure Taboo & Girlsway Receive Six 2019 AVN Awards For Gamma Films

THE AVN logo stylized with the award winning announcement placarded over it...(Montreal, QC) January 29, 2019 – Gamma Films’ Pure Taboo and Girlsway studios are the proud recipients of six AVN Awards for 2019 – including three gold statuettes for acting.

Pure Taboo’s boundary-crossing ‘forbidden passion’ themes earned the studio five awards. Eliza Jane took home the Best Actress – Feature trophy for her star turn in Anne: A Taboo Parody, while Joanna Angel won the Best Supporting Actress award for her Pure Taboo debut A Trailer Park Taboo.

Director Bree Mills’ intense drama The Weight of Infidelity won the Best Featurette award, and its leading man Tommy Pistol was named Best Actor – Featurette; Pistol’s thriller The Psychiatrist won for Best Lewd Propositions Movie.

Lesbian adult studio Girlsway brought in the award for Best All-Girl Group Sex Scene for A Flapper Girl Story, starring Ivy Wolfe, Eliza Jane & Jenna Sativa.

“We owe a debt of gratitude to AVN for supporting our work and awarding us with these incredible reminders of how far we’ve come in the industry in such a short time,” said Mills, head of Gamma Films.

Mills and her Gamma Films team were a part of the festivities at the AVN Awards Show Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada during the Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE).

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