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Screening Of "Kiki"

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Let's have a kiki!

Join The Bronx Queer Forum for the second installment of their LGBTQ Summer Screenings for "Kiki" at the Bronx Documentary Center on Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

"Kiki", a documentary film by Sara Jordeno, explores the contemporary LGBTQ vogue scene 25 years after "Paris is Burning" was released. 

While much has changed since the launch of that groundbreaking documentary, "Kiki" shows that despite the tremendous gains in LGBTQ rights gained, many of the struggles still remain the same.

Immediately after the screening, we will have a special performance by Slim Ninja from the iconic House of Ninja.

Voguing before, during, and after the film is welcome and encouraged so come and be yourself!

 

The event will take place on Saturday, July 20, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at:

Bronx Documentary Center
614 Courtlandt Avenue
Bronx, NY 10451

To RSVP, please click here.

Free and open to all.

 

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Maria was born, raised and currently lives in Sofia, Bulgaria, EU. She is a journalist by profession and practices psychological consultation for the past few years. Maria worked as a reporter/journalist for a number of newspapers and radio stations. She served as a chief-editor of the National Library's monthly magazine Librarian for a number of years. Maria started drawing in 1991, urged by a strong inner need to recreate the reality beyond the usual – the world of forms and details… She has taken part in various exhibitions and her work is in a number of private collections around the world. It can be seen at MarmiArt.com. Maria's drawings are created using mixed techniques – aquarelle, tempera, ink, pencils, etc. They are unique and have no names. Their eventual owners would give them names, effectively becoming a part of the process of creating them. Every one can charge their own drawing with one's own energy and identify it with one's self. The drawings will repay generously, predisposing for calm moments of reflection and meditation.