Adult Time has announced the production of a new series, “Future Darkly: Pandemic,” set for a Fall 2020 release on their platform.

Bree Mills to Virtually-Direct Adult Time's New 'Future Darkly: Pandemic'

 Adult Time has announced the production of a new series, “Future Darkly: Pandemic,” set for a Fall 2020 release on their platform.

The series, according to a rep, “casts an introspective look into the present.” 

“The coronavirus pandemic has forced society to shelter inside their homes, as doctors search for a vaccine, the virus continues to spread and the decision over what to do causes social upheaval,” the rep continued.“People anxiously await their ability to return to normal life. But how normal will they be when they return? “ 

The anthology film, which will be virtually directed by Adult Time’s Chief Creative Officer Bree Mills, features four interlocking stories that take place during the quarantine. Each story will explore the range of human emotion brought on by isolation, especially when mixed with sexual desire.

“Over the last few months, I have been impressed by the incredible work being submitted by independent content creators for our Model Time studio,” said Mills. “Their passion and creativity is truly inspiring and it made me think, ‘What's stopping us from collaborating on something bigger? What if I could take everything I’ve learned as a director making adult films the traditional way and reimagine a way for myself to work with these creators virtually?

“There is so much raw emotion around the current global situation and so many perspectives to consider that I knew the pandemic was a subject I wanted to explore with this film, and that there would be no series more appropriate to do within than Future Darkly,” Mills added.

Each scene of “Future Darkly: Pandemic” will be shot by a different ‘at-home’ production unit. It is set to be released as both an R-rated anthology film on YouTube and an X-rated series within the Future Darkly channel on Adult Time.

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