An Evening of Queer.Black.Film. (SF)
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
Join Brava! for Women in the Arts for an evening of film, showcasing work by producers AhSa-Ti Nu and Rotimi Agbabiaka. These films push the boundaries of art and ask the questions of what it means to be BIPOC, Queer and an artist. Overlooked Giants: A Parable of Queer Women of Color in The Arts is a musical film exploring stories of race, queerness, and gender expectations. Inspired by the experiences of various artists, AhSa-Ti Nu brings her passions for music, film, and storytelling together. Using drag, dance, music, and “an endless parade of captivating characters and scenes” (KQED), Rotimi Agbabiaka takes on the entertainment industry and a young actor’s quest for revolutionary art in a time when diversity is on trend in the film adaptation of his solo show Manifesto.
The films will be followed by a panel discussion featuring artists:
With host and moderator Joi Rhone
Presented by Brava Theater Center