LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/29/12 -- The fascinating new documentary "After Porn Ends" (www.afterpornends.com) directed by Bryce Wagoner is currently the #1 documentary download on iTunes, and #31 movie download overall. The revealing film examines the life and careers of some of the biggest names in the history of the adult entertainment industry and the ups and downs of what happens to them after they leave the business and attempt to resume "normal" lives.
Produced by Christopher Mallick -- founder of the groundbreaking film company Oxymoron Entertainment -- along with Andy Weiss and Susan Dynner, the film is now available via On Demand Release by Gravitas Ventures, reaching 100 million households. The film is also available now for purchase on Amazon and Vudu, and will be released on DVD August 21. The film is also a centerpiece feature at this year's Hollywood Fringe film festival in June.
On Sunday, June 3, two of the film's featured interviewees Mary Carey and Shelley Lubben will take part in "Porn Stars for Puppies (and Cats, too!)" -- a special dog and cat adoption in partnership with L.A. Animal Rescue to help deserving animals find homes.
Dog and cat lovers who want to adopt an animal in need of a loving home can check in via FourSquare or Facebook at the event OR show your "After Porn Ends" iTunes download receipt to receive $50 off the $250 pet adoption fee*.
The event takes place at Tailwaggers in Hollywood from 1-4 p.m. Media are invited to do interviews take photos of Mary and Shelley along with their furry friends from noon-1 p.m. There will be a "puppy and kitty kissing booth," t-shirt giveaways, Tailwaggers gift baskets and many other raffle prizes.
"After Porn Ends" features interviews with 13 former adult stars, many legendary in their realm including onetime California gubernatorial candidate Mary Carey, Houston, Crissy Moran, Raylene, Asia Carrera, Seka, Randy West, Amber Lynn, Bill Margold (considered the "Industry Godfather" by many), Tyffany Million, John Leslie (a veteran of 542 titles who passed away recently), Nina Hartley ("Boogie Nights"), Shelley Lubben (who became an anti-pornography advocate after a short run in the business), Richard Pacheco and Luke Ford (author of "The History of X: 100 Years of Sex in Film").
Image Available: http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/frame_mw?attachid=1997284
LUCK Media & Marketing