2019-06-20

6:30 to 9 p.m.
KIKI Community Film Screening at GlitterBeanCafe
KIKI is an American-Swedish co-produced documentary film, released in 2016. It takes place in New York City, New York, and focuses on the "drag and voguing scene [and] surveys the lives of LGBT youth of color at a time when Black Lives Matter and trans rights are making front-page headlines". The film was directed by Sara Jordenö and considered an unofficial sequel to the influential 1990 film Paris Is Burning, the film profiles several young LGBT people of colour participating in contemporary LGBT African American ball culture.
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