IKON television series features Blue Artichoke

Posted on January 11, 2009

By Jennifer Lyon Bell

A surprisingly positive Christian take on the positive effects of ethical erotic filmmaking as practiced by Jennifer

The new documentary series “Belief, Sex, and Hope/Desperation” (“Geloof, Seks En Wan-/Hoop”) by Ingeborg Beugel features a profile on Blue Artichoke’s mission and why it’s a ray of hope in today’s sexual culture landscape.

 

This documentary series was produced by Holland’s Christian channel, so we take it as a huge compliment that they stand behind our vision. IKON interviewed director Jennifer Lyon Bell in the editing studio during the making of MatinĂ©e and you can see Jennifer talk about her background, the inspiration behind becoming an erotic director, and why she believes in “MatinĂ©e”. If you missed the broadcast (Titled “Female Pleasure/Het Vrouwelijke Genot”), you can see it on the Missed Episodes site.

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