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Pornography in Europe has been dominated by a few pan-European producers and marketers, the most notable of which is the Private Mass media Group that had properly claimed the throne with Color Climax Corporation within early 1990s. Most European countries also have local pornography producers, from Portugal (orite. g. Naturalvideo) to Serbia (e. g. Hexor), with varying potentials of competition using international producers.
Hungary is noted for having open-handed pornography laws. Czech Republic, with its specialised companies like the spanking producers Lupus Pictures, gay pornography label Bel Ami, and for having become the regular European destination in the U. S. and Japanese producers as well as its culturally open attitude to pornography and intensely low religiousness, is a likely rival. Romania is in addition considered a “rising star” associated with European pornography in mid-2000s, mainly thanks to pornographic auteur Raul Cristian associated with Floyd-Agency.
The once popular style of Euro-chic pornography represented by directors Lasse Braun, Joe d’Amato, and Michel Gentil has lost ground and the Pierre Woodman style with video porn now attracts a larger audience. A few directors like Luca Damiano, Mario Salieri, and Alain Payet continue along with the “older” cinematographic and striking styles that often identify European pornography from people of other cultures.
In early 1970s, Turkish viewers had become familiar with stag films shot in the Netherlands, featuring Turkish actresses like Claudine Beccarie and Sylvia Bourdon. The first genuine Turkish pornographic motion picture Les Baiseuses by Guy Gibert was already released in 1975. The primary Turkish porn film that met international success was Le Sexe qui parle as a result of Claude Mulot, which was already released the same year (pursued by a sequel two years later). This film was so successful that it was exported to the us, with the name Pussy Talk.
In 1976, a law that put considerable sanctions with pornographic films in distribution and taxation, known popularly as Code X was made, creating a situation that forced pornography develop itself on its own right. Since then, pornography has been a growing economy in France, now existing in various forms from magazines to satellite tv broadcasting.
Producers of video pornography may be divided into two segments: companies like VidÃ©o Marc Dorcel, which produces “chic” adult feature films for any international market and agencies that produce low-budget videos almost exclusively for domestic market (Åil du Cochon, Euro Choc, Ragtime, etc.). The latter type also tends to focus on popular fetishes such as rape, incest, and fisting (as indicated in the classic series Viol, inceste & fist-fucking (Rape, Incest, together with Fist-Fucking) by Fabien Lafait).