Jennifer and Murielle’s film collaboration to premiere at feminist festival

Posted on September 10, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

Jennifer and friend/collaborator Murielle Scherre (La Fille D'O) have been invited by the Stout(ste) Dromen Feminist Festival to come up with a creative erotic short film that will premiere at the festival. They are very excited to see what they come up with together.

Antwerp’s excellent feminist organization FC Poppesnor is planning a feminist festival around female sexuality: Stout(ste) Dromen. [Translation: Daring Dreams/Naughty Dreams.] With live music, performances, erotic readings, intriguing films, and debate, Stoutste Dromen will bring together local and international female artists to create a day and evening that’s fun, inspiring, thought-provoking, and humorous.

 

The organizers have officially asked Jennifer and Murielle Scherre (Belgium) to collaborate on an all-new, sexy, explicit short erotic movie to premiere at the festival on October 10, and they are honored to accept.

 

This is the first time that Jennifer and Murielle have worked together, though they’ve been looking for an excuse to do exactly that. Murielle Scherre is a modern erotic celebrity. She’s the inventor/designer of the high-end lingerie line La Fille D’O, she’s a DJ, and she’s also a sex-memoir author. Her first art-porn film “J’Fais du Porno et J’Aime Ça” was a huge hit. It was released in September 2009 in limited edition and instantly became a sold-out collector’s item.

 

Jennifer and Murielle are looking for the perfect woman/man/couple to star in the film. Interested in participating? See our casting call for the full scoop. And for more about Murielle: See her La Fille D’O site.

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