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Eroticline Award

The Eroticline Award (also known as "eLine Award" and "Erotixxx Award") is a prize awarded in the adult film industry, which had been presented yearly from 2005–09 as part of the "Venus" festival, an international trade festival of the erotic. They were the successors to the Venus Awards, which were presented until 2004, and then resumed in 2010. Starting from 2010 it is part of the erotic fair eroFame. Prizewinners are chosen by a jury and by a ballot of webmasters or registered users of several German erotic websites.

2005 prizewinners

2006 prizewinners

  • Best International Film: Sex City
  • Best German Film: String Tanga
  • Best German Series: Popp oder Hopp
  • Best International Direction: Tom Byron
  • Best Direction Germany: Nils Molitor
  • Best Actress USA: Jessica Drake
  • Best Actress Germany: Jana Bach, Vivian Schmitt
  • Best Actress International: Poppy Morgan
  • Best International Actor: Tommy Gunn
  • Best Actor Germany: Conny Dachs
  • Best German Newcomer: Leonie
  • Best International Newcomer: Roberta Missoni

References

External links

  • 2005 Prizewinners
  • 2006 Nominations (German)
  • 2006 Prizewinners (German)
  • 2007 Prizewinners
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