New York Area Bisexual Network (nyabn) wrote in white_plains,
New York Area Bisexual Network

[Westchester County NY] Movie Night! Come see 'Bi the Way' on Thursday the 13th

Just in case you somehow missed it when it had it's big New York City's Premiere in June at NewFest, you can catch a screening of this award winning new documentary "Bi the Way" on Thursday, November 13th at 7:00 PM at the Pelham Picture House in Southern Westchester County. Tickets are only $10 or $7 with a Student Id.

Bi The Way - The Movie its a both / and worldSynopsis: The iron curtain between gay and straight is crumbling. The Bible belt is being unbuckled. Recent studies suggest that bisexuality is drastically more widespread than we ever thought. And for young people, dating a girl one week and a guy the next is no big deal.

Journeying through the changing sexual landscape of America, the directors of "Bi the Way" investigate the latest scientific reports and social opinions on bisexuality, while following five members of the emerging "whatever generation"— teens and twenty-somethings who seem to be ushering in a whole new sexual revolution as well as interviews with Michael Musto, Dan Savage, and Jonathan Caouette.

Following the screening Producer Martha Shane will be on hand for a Q & A Session with the audience.

The Picture House Regional Film Center (aka the Pelham Picture House) is located at 175 Wolfs Lane in Pelham, NY 10803, phone: 914-738-3160.

The theater located in Southern Westchester County is just 17 miles (and 32 minutes) from midtown Manhattan and is also convenient to Southern Fairfield Connecticut.

It is easily and quickly reached by public transportation or car. It is located within minutes of exits for both major north/south thoroughfares in Westchester County: the Hutchinson River Parkway and I-95 and is also within walking distance of the Metro-North Pelham Train Station or is also on the Bee Line Bus Service route as preferred. There is ample free parking two blocks from the theater in the municipal lot on Sparks Avenue steps from the intersection at Wolfs Lane and there is also plentiful on-street Metered parking surrounding the theater.

So please come join the Westchester Bisexual Group and the NYC Tri-state Areas Bisexual/Pansexual Meetup Group and lets all make an fun evening of it.
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