Filmmakers seeking bisexual Native Americans for documentary film

Filmmakers seeking bisexual Native Americans for documentary film

Brittany Blockman is an independent filmmaker living in Brooklyn, NY, co-directing the first-ever feature-length documentary on bisexuality in America and they are looking for bisexual Native American women and men to feature in it. The documentary is being produced by former California Congressman and open bisexual, Michael Huffington. It will trace the roots, transformations, and “comings out” of bisexuality in American culture and respond to the recent scientific studies and newspaper articles that have been interrogating the existence of bisexuality and documenting the rise of it amongst younger populations–through a roadtrip-style anthropological/pop-cultural exploration of the phenomenon.

They will be interviewing/following as many diverse people as possible that they meet on the road, along with academics (Kinsey Institute people the biographer of Anais Nin and Simone de Beauvoir), musicians (Ani Difranco, Michael Stipe, Sophie B. Hawkins), celebrities (potentially Angelina Jolie and David Bowie), politicians (Michael Huffington), filmmakers (Gus Van Zant, John Cameron Mitchell, and Charlie Kaufman), religious fanatics, psychiatrists, researchers, sexologists, etc. They will be focusing on four or five personal stories as well.