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Adam Film World (AFW) and Adam Film World Guide (AFWG) were magazines about pornographic film, published in the United States, starting in 1966 as The Adam Film Quarterly.wikipedia
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William Rotsler

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Adam Film Quarterly was spun off from that magazine by William Rotsler in 1966 to cover the sexploitation film industry.
He created Adam Film Quarterly (later called Adam Film World) in 1966 as a sibling magazine to Knight Publishing's Adam magazine.

Internet Adult Film Database

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The Internet Adult Film Database owes its start to Peter Van Aarle, who began keeping notes on index cards on adult movies he had seen or were reviewed in Adam Film World starting in 1982.
IAFD itself was started by Peter van Aarle, who had collected data on adult movies since 1981, when he began keeping notes on index cards on adult movies he had seen or were reviewed in Adam Film World.

Adult Film Association of America

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Other awards during the porno chic era included Adam Film World's X-Caliber awards, first given out in 1975 and based on votes of fans, Hustler magazine's Erotic Movie Awards, first presented in 1977 and the Critics Adult Film Awards, bestowed by a New York-based group of East Coast adult sex film critics from 1981 to 1987.

Radley Metzger

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In 1977, Metzger's film The Opening of Misty Beethoven was the recipient of the first Adult Film Association of America awards for Best Direction (as Henry Paris), Best Film, and Best Actor (Jamie Gillis) and, as well, won the X-Caliber award for Best Direction (as Henry Paris).

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It was described by Playboy magazine as “the first avant-garde adult film…Fellini meets Eraserhead,” and by Velvet magazine as “the Citizen Kane of adult films.” Adult Video News, Adam Film World and Hustler all gave it ratings of between four and five stars in their reviews.

New Wave Hookers

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Also in 1986, New Wave Hookers won the Adam Film World Guide Award for Best Movie and the AVN Award for Best Packaging - Film.

Fashionistas

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Jennifer Ketcham

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2006 Adam Film World Guide Award - Actress of the Year (Dark Side)

Steven St. Croix

2002 Adam Film World Guide Award - Best Actor (Planet of the Babes)

James Avalon

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James entered the adult film industry in 1979 as a journalist and became editor of Adam Film World’s special editions.

Sin City (studio)

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2006 AFW Award – Best Fetish Series – Dementia

Kurt Lockwood

2004 Adam Film World Guide Award – Best Actor, Film (Compulsion - Elegant Angel)

Sunny Lane

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2007 Adam Film World Guide Award – Actress Of The Year – Sex Pix

Jay Grdina

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2005 AFW Award – Best Actor – The Masseuse

Eli Cross (director)

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2007 Adam Film World Guide Award – Best Director – (Corruption)

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Adam Film World (AFW) and Adam Film World Guide (AFWG) were magazines about pornographic film, published in the United States, starting in 1966 as The Adam Film Quarterly. The first issue's cover price was $1 and the cover story was about The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, an erotic movie directed by Peter Stootsberry and produced by Bradford Hallworth.

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Adam Film World (AFW) and Adam Film World Guide (AFWG) were magazines about pornographic film, published in the United States, starting in 1966 as The Adam Film Quarterly. The first issue's cover price was $1 and the cover story was about The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, an erotic movie directed by Peter Stootsberry and produced by Bradford Hallworth.

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Adam Film World (AFW) and Adam Film World Guide (AFWG) were magazines about pornographic film, published in the United States, starting in 1966 as The Adam Film Quarterly. The first issue's cover price was $1 and the cover story was about The Notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill, an erotic movie directed by Peter Stootsberry and produced by Bradford Hallworth.