Noir Male Launches BIPOC Directorial Training Program

Noir Male Launches BIPOC Directorial Training Program

MONTREAL — Noir Male is touting the launch of its Noir Male Directorial Training (NMDT) Program for BIPOC adult performers and has begun accepting applicants for the first six-month session.

„In an industry infamous for the further marginalization of minorities, Noir Male broke new ground for gay black men when it formed in 2018 and is committed to celebrating and championing voices and visions previously underrepresented in the adult industry,“ a rep explained. „The creation of NMDT program is a further continuation and recommitment to elevating gay men of color, providing education and opportunities behind the camera in the adult industry.“

The NMDT program will be conducted in partnership with Jon Blitt, VP of parent company Mile High Media, and NuEric Taylor from Off the Clock Productions, who will take on the additional role of Noir Male Creative Director.

The idea was first seeded „during the tumultuous spring of 2020, both men wanted to enact true change within the adult industry, seeing the lack of diversity in adult production,“ said the rep. „They committed to new diversity initiatives for the studio, laying the foundation that is now the NMDT Program. The six-month paid educational program introduces select adult performers to the basics of directing adult film and associated skills needed to produce film content. This program covers the role and responsibilities of the director in script development, pre-production, production and post-production. Applicants gain the tools to advance their careers beyond adult performing.“

Taylor expressed enthusiasm for the new initiative.

“Having the opportunity to be a part of this positive change in the adult entertainment film industry is very exciting,

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