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About 90 percent of the dirty movies you’ve been watching since high school come from Los Angeles, according to Adult Video News (the porn industry’s trade group).
But there is some quality porn going down in our town—it just takes a bit of looking to find it.
If I am not eligible for unemployment do I have any other options?Our homegrown pornos are typically grassroots affairs made by a handful of local companies—shot at friends’ homes with small crews and borrowed equipment, with a tight network of mostly amateur actors.That’s one of the primary reasons Chicago porn is so far underground: It’s tough to track down the right people to doff and boff, Law says.“So many of the films that come out of the U. are still made in California, so that’s where the talent goes,” Law says.Started in the late-’90s by Marianna Beck and Jack Hafferkamp as an offshoot to their award-winning erotic literary magazine—also called , which folded in 2000—the studio releases about one film per year, compared with an average of four every month from major L.A.-based porn producers like Wicked Pictures.“We like to say we’re the two people on the planet who managed to prove that sex doesn’t sell,” Beck says.