had a chance to interview an exceptional woman, founder of Adult Film Festival – Daejha Milan.
MN: Could you introduce yourself and tell us a little about the AFFLV?
Daejha Milan: I was brought into the Industry by Ron Jeremy and Tawny Oceans in January of 1999. I came into the era of the VHS and DVD. I saw the transition of the internet when it killed the DVD. Fortunately for me, I was already shooting for internet content and for the big companies. So for me, the transition was painless. In 2007 I began producing and eventually in 2013 AFFLV was created.
AFFLV is the first and only event of its kind! It will be held March 18-19, 2017 at the Erotic Heritage Museum in Las Vegas, NV. Adult films submitted throughout the year will be shown by the producers. There will be seminars, Porn Stars, Web Stars, and an After-Party with Live Band “Fans of Jimmy Century” with a $15.00 admission fee. Also a bouncy house with girls to jump with the attendees and much more!. This will be a perfect opportunity for fans to take pics with their favorite nude stars. The museum is giving all attendees free entrance to the exhibits. (A $40 value) Tickets to www.afflv.com(link is external) is only $35.00.
MN: How did you come up with an idea for AFFLV? What motivated you to do this?
Daejha Milan: I have a friend who works for a large movie studio in Hollywood. We were talking and he asked me if our Industry had a film festival. I told him no we didn’t. We planned to do AFFLV together but in the end, he was too busy in production. He was not available for the planning, managing or implementing any aspect of AFFLV. So 8 months after we had this idea, I went ahead with executing AFFLV, that was in October of 2013. My motivation for doing this is my love for this Industry and for those who have a passion for what they do. I love helping people. Especially those who help themselves.
MN: Could you tell us a bit about how the festival evolved in its years of existence?
Daejha Milan: This is our 2nd year. I learned a lot by putting the first event on.
MN: How has the AFFLV changed since it’s beginning?…..
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