Falcon Studios Group & NakedSword Originals Shine at GayVN Awards

SAN FRANCISCO—Falcon Studios Group and NakedSword Originals celebrated the return of the GayVN Awards by scoring seven wins in major categories. Models, directors and executives from Falcon Studios Group and NakedSword Network attended the GayVN Awards held at The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas on Sunday, January 20, 2018. The GayVN Awards returned in grand fashion after a seven-year hiatus.

Kicking off the wins for the night was iconic stud Brent Corrigan, winning the award for Best Actor for his role in NakedSword’s Ultra Fan. Blue-eyed bottom stud Colton Grey won Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Secrets & Lies from NakedSword Originals/Rock Candy.

The international hit Kiss and Tel Aviv from NakedSword Originals took home the award for Best All-Sex Movie, while NakedSword’s awarded director mr. Pam also snagged a trophy for Best Director Non-Feature for the steamy release shot in Israel.

Falcon Studios’ biggest release of 2017, Earthbound: Heaven to Hell 2, won big, taking home one of the biggest awards of the evening. This follow up to Director Chi Chi LaRue’s huge Falcon hit Heaven to Hell took home the trophy for Best Director-Feature.

In scene categories, Falcon exclusive Austin Wolf and GayVN Trophy Boy Micah Brandt won the award for Best Fetish Scene for their scene from Hot House’s Skuff: Rough Trade 1, plus hairy hunks Daymin Voss, Michael Roman and Fernando Del Rio won Best Bear Scene for their scene in Raging Stallion’s Beards Bulges and Ballsacks.

“On behalf of the entire Falcon Studios Group and NakedSword Originals family, I’d like to extend our thanks to the GayVN Awards and congratulate the entire team on hosting this incredible comeback event!” exclaimed Falcon Studios and NakedSword President Tim Valenti. “Our team is an amazing family of the hardest working people in the business. With each project, everyone from the talent and directors to those behind the scenes constantly give 110% and it is a great feeling to have that recognized by the GayVNs.”