Marc Dorcel

Marc Dorcel



Marc Dorcel is a French adult film director, producer, and distributor based in Paris. He is considered one of the most influential figures in the French and European adult film industry. Dorcel was born in 1950 in Paris and was exposed to the world of adult films from an early age due to his father’s involvement in the business. Dorcel started his own adult film production company, Video Marc Dorcel, in 1979, and quickly became one of the most successful adult film producers in Europe.

Dorcel’s films are known for their sophisticated production values, quality acting, and explicit sex scenes. He was one of the first adult film directors to embrace digital video technology and use it to create high-quality films. Dorcel has also produced several mainstream films, including the erotic thriller The Story of O Part II (1984). In addition to his work as a director, Dorcel is also a producer and distributor of adult films. He has produced and distributed over 500 adult films in Europe and North America.

In addition to adult films, Dorcel has also produced several television shows and documentaries. His documentary Marc Dorcel: the King of X (1997) was nominated for an International Emmy Award. He is also a prolific author, having written several books about the adult film industry.

Dorcel is a well-known figure in the French and European adult film industry. He has been awarded numerous awards, including the Golden Globe for Best Director in 2010 and the Prix de l’Academie Française in 2012. Dorcel has also served on the board of the French Association of Adult Film Producers.

Marc Dorcel is a respected figure in the adult film industry, and his work has revolutionized the industry over the past four decades. His films have set new standards for quality and sophistication, and he continues to be a major player in the industry.

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