Ninn Worx to Distribute Supercore Prods.

Ninn Worx has added Otto Bauer's company Supercore Productions to its distribution roster. 

"We have been looking for a label that would fit the Ninn Worx image, yet caters more to the wall to wall and gonzo audience, and with Otto and Audrey's Filth Factory, we found the right combination of raw sexuality and style to fulfill that need," said company president Michael Ninn. "Otto recently approached us with his vision of Supercore Productions and it was a no-brainer to take on his production company's product for distribution."

The deal includes rights to 41 Supercore movies which Bauer acquired from his former distributor Mach 2 last month. These catalog titles include Triple Threat, Anal X-Cess, Rough & Ready and X-Treme Violation and other series.

Ninn Worx will handle universal broadcasting and DVD rights for Supercore effective immediately, with the first of Bauer's catalog titles due in stores June 6. The first all-new Supercore Productions release will be a continuation of the Filth Factory series, which Ninn Worx introduced in February 2007.

"I've been given many big dollar offers from a lot of adult distributors to carry my Supercore Productions products, but I really wanted to align with Ninn Worx, as Michael has been such a great man to work with and their imprint carries a lot of weight and prestige in our industry," Bauer said. 

"It's important to me that Supercore be 100 percent under my control," continued Bauer, "but I still want the ability to have my distributor do some of the stuff that I just don't have time to do while I'm shooting and doing the thousands of other things I do. Ninn Worx is completely down with that and gives me the power to run my own company as I see fit, while maintaining the kind of support system that a new company needs to grow. Ninn Worx is picky about what they will and won't carry, and Michael knew that our Supercore product will sell well under his brand, as was shown with the Neo Pornographia and Filth Factory titles."

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