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Bodil Joensen

Bodil Joensen

Bodil Joensen

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Born25 September 1944

Died3 January 1985 (aged 40)
Copenhagen, Denmark

Cause of deathCirrhosis or suicide
Resting placeHøjby Church Cemetery
55°54′46.1″N 11°36′01.7″E / 55.912806°N 11.600472°E / 55.912806; 11.600472
OccupationPornography actress
Known forPornography, zoosexuality
ChildrenOne daughter

In April 2006, the UK station Channel Four Television screened a fifty-minute documentary, The Search For Animal Farm, as part of their Dark Side of Porn season. Several interviewees, including David Kerekes (co-author of Killing For Culture and See No Evil), author Phil Tonge, feminist writer Germaine Greer and British pornographer Ben Dover, all confessed to having seen bootlegs of Animal Farm in the 1980s, but were apparently unaware that there was no such film - the entity referred to as such was merely a number of existing bestiality shorts tacked together.

Tonge described the owner of the copy he saw as an "evil, evil scumbag" and recalled how several "hard lads" either "left the room" or "vomited", Dover remarked that owning the bootleg was a useful aid to games of one-upmanship, since nothing could top the onscreen depravity of Joensen and her co-stars, and the normally easy-going Kerekes was moved to remark that "you can only wallow in filth for so long, and Animal Farm represents the very bottom of the barrel". Its impact on viewers was compared to that of hearing for the first time about the Kennedy assassination.

The documentary also told the sad story of Bodil Joensen, a psychologically traumatized young woman whose brief notoriety as the 'Queen of Bestiality' was followed by a downward spiral of alcohol abuse and prostitution before her death of cirrhosis of the liver at the age of forty, and featured an interview with the Danish pornographer Ole Ege.

The 1970 documentary, A Summer's Day, apparently formed at least some of the content of the Animal Farm bootleg, having been shown at the "Wet Dreams" pornography film festival beforehand.


Bodil Joensen or Bodil Jørgensen(pronounced "Yu'En-sen") (25 September 1944 - 3 January 1985) was a Danish actress born in the village Hundige, near Copenhagen.

An animal lover, she ran a small entrepreneurial farm and animal husbandry business, and enjoyed celebrity status from her many pornographic films in which she engaged in sex acts with animals.

Things went completely out of hand when 'Spot' died. I started taking sedatives. But when someone referred to them as 'loony-smarties' I threw them in the fireplace. Instead I started drinking and eating excessively. I gained 30 kilos. Doesn't look well on something that was going downhill anyway. 'Spot' was a real German shepherd that I got from an animals hospital 10 years ago. She had been beaten. She never became anything but a little, weak dog. I've never been able to talk to other girls. I've always been with men. 'Spot' was my female friend. She understood what I said. Was happy when I was happy. Was sad when I was. When we were alone in the house without light and heat we went to bed together. Shared a biscuit. And then we talked, until we fell asleep. 'Spot' is the only living creature that has loved me for being just me. She didn't expect to get anything back. She soothed me when I was ill. I've experienced a lot with 'Lassie', and like him a lot. But it'll never be the same as with 'Spot'. Lassie has been unfaithful to me. He's an every-girls-dog. 'Spot' was mine. Completely mine. That's why I had such a shock when she died. And started drinking, and eating myself fat in no time. I live with my man for 10 years and my eight-year-old daughter. Still I feel like the loneliest human being now that 'Spot' is dead. In those days I earned easy money in a tough line of work. I fell and fell. 'When will I reach the bottom?' I often ask myself these days.

An icon and celebrity for a time, with her own successful business, she failed to make the transition to movies when market sentiment changed, and became impoverished, dependent on alcohol, stopped being able to care for her animals, and died some few years later. The love of her life was her dog, but friends comment she was very close to all animals, and before her decline cared deeply and affectionately for every type, from rabbits to pigs.

She gave her last interview in 1980 and died in 1985. Many believed her to have committed suicide, however in the April 2006 UK documentary, "The Dark Side of Porn: The Search For Animal Farm," which traced the production of the notorious underground film known as Animal Farm from excerpts of her many bestiality films, it was stated by a close friend of Bodil's that she died on January 3, 1985 from cirrhosis of the liver.

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W3C Finally Wins Emmy® (my gf says to say it is her favorite show)

W3C honored with Emmy® Award for Standardization of a Full TV Experience

NATAS logopictures of the emmy award recipientsW3C is delighted to be the recipient of a Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. We are being recognized for worldwide media standard enabling a Full TV Experience on the Web.
Among the web technologies that the Web Consortium develops, HTML5 has brought videos to the Web, ending the era of plug-ins for media playback. A few W3C technologies are at the core of all web media applications today. They have turned the Web into an unprecedented media platform that mixes professional and user-generated content, available anywhere, anytime, on any device, at any resolution, and to anyone.
This prestigious Industry award recognizes and celebrates the long course of our work: our first W3C workshop on Web and TV was in 1998. That particular aspect of Entertainment on the Web was the subject of six W3C workshops in the past 20 years. Look how far video has spread on the web since then! We are bringing W3C’s expertise and commitment to accessibility to help make video and TV on the Web accessible. The future is as exciting as the past. With the Immersive Web coming down the road, our work is not done.
Representatives from W3C staff attended the awards ceremony at the NAB Show on Sunday, April 7th, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV. “We are especially excited to be honoring these prestigious companies and presenting our gala again at the NAB Show where the intersection of innovation, technology and excitement in the future of television can be found,” said NATAS President & CEO Adam Sharp.
The Web has no boundaries. The potential audience for media on the Web exceeds 4 billion people across the world,” stated Jun Murai, W3C Steering Committee Member, Professor of Keio University, and recently a Knight of the French National Order of the Legion of Honour, who accepted the award on W3C’s behalf. He added “I would like to thank the Academy for recognizing the work of the W3C. I would of course also like to thank W3C Members and individuals who contributed, some of whom are also being recognized by the Academy tonight, for their work in Standardization of a Full TV Experience.
This marks the second Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award that W3C has received. In 2016, W3C was awarded a Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award for its work on Accessible Video Captioning and Subtitles.
W3C is grateful that the Emmy committee has honored us again. We take pride that millions of web users continue to enjoy a safer, more secure experience viewing video streaming on the web. We are grateful for our community, and all those who work to build standards and technologies for the web, laying out the foundation for future innovations on the Open Web Platform.

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