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directed by Sara Jordenö
Twenty-five years after PARIS IS BURNING and Madonna’s “Vogue,” a new generation of queer youth of color have formed an artistic, activist subculture around the ballroom scene, known as Kiki. While the spectacular balls offer safe spaces for this minority within a minority, in their everyday lives the participants face difficult struggles with discrimination and homelessness. More than just an escape, the Kiki scene serves as a rallying point for activism, enabling a community of young people to survive and thrive with fierce realness. Winner of the Berlinale Teddy Award for Best Documentary and a highlight of this year’s Sundance.
After party at Gordon Biersch (4th floor, Pacific Place)
Copresented by Seattle Parks & Recreation
Run time: 94 min.
Directed By: Sara Jordenö