CHATSWORTH, Calif.—Girlfriends Films and director B. Skow have agreed on a one-year distribution deal featuring boy/girl content marking the award-winning lesbian studio's first foray into distributing DVDs containing boy/girl sex.
Releasing in late September, Voilà is the debut boy/girl title from B. Skow under the distribution deal. The trailer is currently available exclusively on AVN.com.
“We thought long and hard about the decision to venture into the boy/girl market, realizing how big of a step it was, but when the opportunity to distribute B. Skow’s gorgeous and original feature films presented itself, we knew it was a great fit," Girlfriends Films Vice President Moose said. "His movies are of the highest caliber and will revolutionize the couples market.”
Skow's movies for Girlfriends will be story-driven feature films geared towards the couples market. According to the director, plots will vary from light-hearted romantic comedies to intense sexual dramas with an edgier feel.
“While the movies may contain boy/girl sex, I think people will realize many of the core values which make Girlfriends Films exceptional are still present,” B. Skow said. “The movies will always be sex-positive with high production values and an emphasis on aesthetics.”
A modern boy-meets-girl-meets-girl tale, Voilà stars Penny Pax, Veruca James and Kris Slater, alongside Dana DeArmond, Dani Daniels, Yurizan Beltran, Gigi and Earl Slate, and includes boy/girl, girl/girl, and three-way sex scenes. To download the cover, click here.
In Voilà, Tony (Slater) and Liz (Pax) are childhood sweethearts having an adult love affair. Although their love is deep, Liz is feeling bi-curious and to satiate her yearnings, they engage in a threesome with a mysterious, beautiful girl named Voila (James). To Tony's despair, Liz falls in love with Voila and runs off. When Voila eventually shows up at Tony’s door and reports that Liz abandoned her too, they are bonded by heartache. Tony and Voila develop feelings for each other, though Tony wonders if he’s fated to pine for Liz until his dying day. Love can magically appear in Voilà, but it takes a lot longer to vanish.
The Girlfriends Films’ community was recently introduced to B. Skow as the studio’s newest girl/girl director. B. Skow is working on existing Girlfriends Films lines, as well as new, high-end lesbian features. His first lesbian movie for the studio, Lesbian PsychoDramas 11 releases Sept. 14.
To view a safe-for-work preview of B. Skow’s appearance on Girlfriends Films’ talk show, The Kinky & Creepy Show, click here.
Fans wishing to learn even more about B. Skow may visit his XCritic.com blog here.