For Women’s History Month 2021, Peace is Loud is partnering with New Women Space for Her Lens: A Short Doc Series. This virtual watch party series highlights the short documentaries of three visionary womxn + filmmakers, envisions a better world, and creates a roadmap to achieving it by placing their stories in conversation with grassroots activists.

Upcoming Virtual Events

Negra Soy Watch Party
When: Sunday, March 14, 2021, 6:00 – 7:00 PM ET

Join us for a virtual watch party of the short Negra Soy – a documentary that centers on three women and a girl who, through their stories, symbolize the yearnings to get ahead in the Garífuna community of Punta Gorda, the first Garífuna community in the history of Honduras.

As we watch the film together, message with Negra Soy‘s director Laura Bermúdez and writer Mercy Tullis-Bukhari, and stick around for a post-screening talk back with Laura and Mercy.

This event will have Deaf Interpreters.

Lupita Watch Party
When: Sunday, March 21, 2021, 6:00 – 7:00 PM ET

Join us for a virtual watch party of the short Lupita – Lupita, a Tsotsil Maya woman​ ​at the forefront of a Mexican indigenous movement. Twenty years after Lupita lost her family in the Acteal massacre in southern Mexico, she has become a spokesperson for her people​ and for a new generation of Mayan activists.

As we watch the film together, message with Lupita‘s director Monica Wise Robles, and stick around for a post-screening talk back with Monica.

This event will have Deaf Interpreters.

See You Next Time Watch Party
When: Sunday, March 28, 2021, 6:00 – 7:00 PM ET

Join us for a virtual watch party of the short See You Next Time – a documentary that reaches across the nail salon table to capture the intimate moments shared between a Chinese nail artist and her Black client in Brooklyn, NY.

As we watch the film together, message with See You Next Time‘s director Crystal Kayiza, and stick around for a post-screening talk back with Crystal.

This event will have Deaf Interpreters.