Des Jours/Skin. Like. Sun. to hold German premiere at PFF Berlin

Posted on October 9, 2010

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

Our charming docu-erotic film starring real-life couple Floor and Wim has been invited for its German premiere at Europe's best erotic film festival, Porn Filmfestival Berlin. Congratulations to the stars and of course to our co-director Murielle Scherre, who's coming from Belgium to attend.

Being longtime fans of the Porn FilmFestival Berlin, we’re looking forward to spending another long October weekend bonding with the slightly pervy Berlin cinephiles we’ve come to love.

Our feature film Des Jours Plus Belles Que La Nuit (now with the new English-translated title “Skin. Like. Sun”) will screen at the festival on Friday late afternoon at 5:45pm. Everyone will be there: Jennifer, her Belgian co-director Murielle Scherre (of La Fille D’O fame), and the night’s lovely stars, Belgian performers (and real-life couple) Floor Wyns and Wim van Damme. Come and feel free to ask us all questions about the film.

 

WHAT: “Des Jours Plus Belles Que La Nuit” + shorts at the Porn FilmFestival Berlin
WHEN: Friday October 29
TIME: 5:45pm-7:45pm
WHERE: Kino Moviemento, Kottbusser Damm 22, Kreuzberg, Berlin. +49 030 6924785

 

The feature will be preceded by two shorts: Petra Joy’s 6-minute documentary “Women Talk About Porn” featuring interviews with Candida Royalle and Annie Sprinkle, and Erika Lust’s short vignette “Lust” (from her feature “Life, Love, Lust”) about a stressed woman’s first visit to a masseuse.

Needless to say, Jennifer will be there for the whole festival (including teaching a workshop on Sunday) and hopes you’ll come find her to share a beer.

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