Kelly Madison Media Nominated for XBIZ’s 2016 Studio of the Year
Massive Media Attention Surrounding ‘Women of the Middle East’ Propels Title to Nomination for Marketing Campaign of the Year!
Acclaimed independent adult studio Kelly Madison Media is nominated for XBIZ’s Studio of the Year – one of the studio’s nine total nominations for the 2016 XBIZ Awards. Kelly Madison Media is also up for Marketing Campaign of the Year, which recognizes the massive media attention surrounding bestselling movie “Women of the Middle East.”
Kelly Madison Media, which is owned by superstar performers Kelly Madison and Ryan Madison, is also nominated for All-Sex Series of the Year (“Whiteroom”), All-Sex Series of the Year (“Kiss”), Vignette Release of the Year (“Women of the Middle East”), and Vignette Series of the Year (“Kiss”). Juicy Entertainment is the distributor for all three titles.
Other nominations for Kelly Madison Media include Director of the Year – Body of Work for Ryan Madison, Best Scene – Gonzo Release for Kendall Karson and Ryan Madison in “Fuck ‘Em Slutty 5,” and Adult Site of the Year – Video for PornFidelity.com.
“We’d like to thank XBIZ for their support. These nominations cap what has been an amazing year for Kelly Madison Media and our popular labels PornFidelity and TeenFidelity,” Kelly Madison said. “We’ve seen our numbers grow across the board this past year, with incredible rise in market share thanks to our amazing staff, talented performers, business partners, and our great fans!”
The 2016 XBIZ Awards will be held on Friday, January 15 at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles. For more information, click here.
“To receive these nominations shows that we’re on the right track when we put our vision, creativity, and our heart and soul into each movie,” said Ryan Madison.
The nominations for Kelly Madison Media’s “Women of the Middle East” come on the heels of major international news coverage regarding the Madisons’ stand on behalf of women’s sexual empowerment. The erotic movie, featuring adult stars in various types of traditional Middle Eastern veils, was the focus of many popular news sites, including Vice.com and Mic.com, which spurred viral coverage of the movie.
Among the film’s stars was Pakistani-American porn star Nadia Ali, was the subject of controversy and criticism over her decision to work in an “anti-Muslim movie.” It also features Arabelle Raphael, who is half Iranian and half Tunisian, as well as ethnic performers Nikki Knightly and Karmen Bella portraying Middle Eastern women in different veils, including hijabs, niqabs, and burqas.
To view the trailer for “Women of the Middle East” on YouTube, click here.