Party boi, a documentary by filmmaker, Michael Rice, sheds light on substance use within LGBT communities of color, particularly among black gay and bisexual men.
The Center for Human Sexuality invites members of Widener University, local folks, and folks in the Phildelphia area, to come and view a screening, engage in disuccion, and to participate in a Q&A with the filmmaker.
Admission is free.
Micheal Rice is a New York City-based creative director, producer, actor and choreographer with over ten years of experience in digital film production, theatre and choreography. Rice has worked a slew of mediums that include directing & choreography for Off-Broadway, regional and international tour shows, along with music videos, indie shorts, documentaries and commercials. Rice has worked with several networks and production companies/agencies including BET, Logo, IMG, Lynch-Dyson entertainment, WME and Plaza 7 agency developing and producing content for web & television series.
In 2015, Rice curated his own creative production house entitled Rice Creative, a multi-service creative agency that specializes in digital film production, staging, art direction, choreography, content-development and creative consulting.