Immersed in the colorful flavors of her meal, Kiera insisted on thanking the chef for awakening her palate. Much to her surprise a female chef, AJ, introduced herself, which led to a world wind of emotions, with a side of Sangria.
After being screened at the Queer Women of Color Film Festival, She Knows, took on legs of her own, being mentioned in the New York Times Newspaper as "...causing a buzz amongst tastemakers."
Social, religious, and racial issues erupt when a closeted lesbian returns home to come out to her family with her female partner by her side.
Screened at esteemed film festivals like: Out on Film and Atlanta LGBT Film and Music, InQueeries has steamrolled it's way onto Atlanta's LGBTQ scene and made an everlasting impact.
Brooklynn, a self-assured perfectionist, reconnects with a woman from a past she prefers to forget, and is torn between remaining true to her homophobic upbringing or expressing her stifled sexuality.
Discovering Brooklynn was accepted into Out on Film Atlanta Film Festival, American Black Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, Indie Film Nights Film Festival, was screened throughout major LGBTQ organizations throughout Los Angeles, and is awaiting acceptance results from several film festivals around the globe.
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