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Explore The Struggles of a Shy Bisexual Woman at Reel Cinema 6/25

local author Jenise Brown will host a discussion about being a bisexual women of color

GayRVA Staff | June 17, 2014

Gratitude Rising Events, in collaboration with Sistah Sinema, is bringing the story of a bisexual women’s struggles with finding her place in the world to the downtown Capital Ale House Wednesday, June 25th at 6PM.

The movie, Fiona’s Script, was written by Belen Romero and directed by Florencia Manovil. Below are some additional details for the film:

Composed of an almost all female cast, Fiona’s Script is a story of a shy bisexual woman and her struggles with love, friendships, and her career. The film is set in Oakland’s beautiful Lake Merritt neighborhood.

The title character Fiona (Sonia Monejano) is a twenty-something year old Latina who is trying to get over the recent breakup with her long time boyfriend Sebastian (Allan Lazo). For months she has been working on a screenplay, but struggles to produce a movie. Feeling drained and uninspired, Fiona spends most of her time reading, daydreaming, and trying to write.

After the film showing, local author Jenise Brown will host a discussion about being a bisexual women of color. More details about Brown below:

Jenise’s new release, DownLow Sister OnTop.  DownLow Sister OnTop is a celebration of the African American “bisexual” woman who has lived her life under the radar.  It is the author’s intention to explore everyones rights to privacy and secrets. While revealing vulnerabilities and fears and simultaneously showcasing strength and determination to live in authenticity and displaying the traits that make the “bisexual” woman what the author considers to be the, quintessential “leading edge lover.”
You can find out more info on through the events Facebook page.