“FIGHT IN HEELS” SCREENING: at Craft and Folk Art Museum

 

Click here for the Official Fight in Heels Trailer!16601760_407026332992999_5275669389454949348_o

“The only ones who heard the call, were the ones it was meant for…”

If you missed the premiere of “FIGHT IN HEELS” you have the opportunity to see it this Thursday, April 6th at Craft and Folk Art Museum

#SNATCHPOWER and the L.A. Zine Fest (https://lazinefest.com/) are SCREENING “FIGHT IN HEELS”–for the first time in a museum!

+PLUS+ Screenplay writer, sondriaWRITES will be reading the original short story on which the film was based!

>> Did you know that “Fight In Heels” was first presented as a short story in the #SNATCHPOWER Zine which premiered at last year’s L.A. Zine Fest?! >>

 L.A. Zine Fest will be doing a zine-making workshop

CRAFT AND FOLK ART MUSEUM

5814 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90036

Presented By #SNATCHPOWER and L.A. Zine Fest

Thursday, April 6, 2017 

6:30-9:30 PM

Click Here to View the Event on Facebook

RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE

ASHE to the ancestor, Muhammad Ali, for whom this event is named. 

RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE is a collaborative effort between Snatch Power and Lady Like Collective to celebrate the life, accomplishments, and contributions of Muhammad Ali by adhering to his rigorous standards in craftsmanship and activism.

Started before his death, when the ancestor was still an elder, the event is cultivated with greatness as its foundation.  We only book exceptional musicians, visual artists, and performers.  We are organized and timely.  And we don’t take no shit at the door or on the dancefloor.  

Are we being cocky?  We mean to.  

You mad?  Come spar.

There’s a war going on, a war for the ownership of black greatness.  Well guess what—WE OWN IT!  We made it, we claim it, we will fight your ass for it, and like Ali—we’ll look pretty doing it. 

“FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY, STING LIKE A BEE—RUMBLE YOUNG [SNATCH], RUMBLE!”

 

-sondriaWRITES

 

The next RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE is September 28, 2016 at Los Globos (3040 Sunset Blvd.) in Los Angeles, CA

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