Every girl is a lesbian at heart, and Girlsway knows just the way to highlight this in their movies. With high-quality sex scenes featuring top-tier porn performers having real lesbian sex in a variety of scintillating scenarios (older/younger scenes, mother/daughter trysts, first-time lesbian experiences, homemade POV tapes, and of course, lesbian anal sex scenes), Girlsway satisfies every fancy and fantasy you have when it comes to girl/girl porn. Pussy-licking, squirting, rimjobs, anal... Girlsway shows it all with real passion and excellent cinematography.
Award-Winnning Lesbian Porn
Inside Girlsway's catalog, you’ll find compelling lesbian porn series like the 2017 AVN award-winning Missing: A Lesbian Crime Story, or the XBIZ award-winning Little Red: A Lesbian Fairy Tale and AI: Artificial Intelligence, as well as Squirting Stories, Vampires, and the sci-fi lesbian thriller Fantasy Factory. Whatever the story, you’re sure to find the best hardcore lesbian porn on the net, with pussy eating lesbian 69s, squirt videos, and even anal play. Take full advantage of the hundreds of scenes and series Girlsway offers!
Directorial Dream Team: Bree Mills & Stills By Alan
The directorial team behind the award-winning lesbian studio consists of Stills By Alan and Bree Mills. HotMovies had the opportunity to talk to Bree Mills, the creative director at Girlsway, about the history of the studio and her philosophy on good lesbian porn:
Girlsway is a studio owned by the Gamma Films Group, which is the production arm of Gamma Entertainment. Gamma has been a leading adult company for over 15 years, working predominantly in the internet side of the industry and managing websites for other large content producers. In addition to my roles as Director, Producer, and Lead Writer for Girlsway, I am the Head of Production for Gamma Films as a whole. You could say I wear a lot of hats. My creative partner in the Girlsway studio is our exclusive director, Stills by Alan. He and I took my vision and really made it into a living, breathing brand and he is absolutely my co-conspirer in this project.
I could probably write an entire book on all the things that inspire me - I'm a bit of a pop culture vulture! I try to use each one of my features to pay homage to a different cinematic style...as a shout out to my film school days. Each project contains a large list of influences. For example, The Turning is a social allegory about homophobia and the years when society classified being gay as an illness. I wanted to turn those fears on their head and make a literal horror movie about it...as a satire. My influences were films like Invasion of the Body Snatchers and The Thing, thrillers where you don't quite know who the real monster is. Project Pandora, my latest release, is inspired by psychological thrillers of the 80s - where you aren't sure if the protagonist is truly being tormented or is just going insane. For this feature, I wanted to bring in the style of Dante Spinotti, the Italian cinematographer who uses color to signify different emotions in his framing. I made the entire crew watch Michael Mann's Manhunter movie before shooting so they could emulate this effect. As for my upcoming feature, Missing: A Lesbian Crime Story, I'll be turning the true crime genre on its head by drawing influence from everything from Fincher's Zodiac to Twin Peaks! You could say I'm a major film nerd... who thinks way way too much about my movies.