Free Screening of "Gaze of the Beholder," a new documentary film by Wadooah Wali
Daily Event: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Can you look into the mirror and say that you are beautiful? What do you love about yourself? Are you a 'T' person or an 'A' person? Why?
Writer, director, producer and San Francisco ex-pat, Wadooah Wali goes in search of the shared dance around beauty and body image that exists within us all.
Through the filmmaker's lens, we witness commercial and personal perspectives on what it means to be beautiful, the distinctions between "sexy" and "beautiful" and how the internal gaze of the beholder may heighten and/or distort the external image. At our core, we know that it's not what's on the outside, but what's on the inside that matters and yet we remain our own antagonists.
This documentary explores our shared dance with beauty, body image and sexuality through reflected through intimate and often humorous conversations with people from various walks of life to identify similarities, shared beliefs and touch on taboo-licious topics.
This film mirrors more of the conversations that we don't have often enough around personal acceptance, accountability and self-love with the understanding that getting to the "Beautiful yoU" starts with the "Be U."
JOIN US! Come out on Thursday, August 7th or Friday, August 8th for the screening and then stay for the Q&A with the filmmakers & Bay Area cast!
** LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE. Tickets Do Not Guarantee Admission. Seating is available on a first come, first serve basis. Early arrival is recommended. **