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PBS North Carolina Virtual Events

Join our community of curious, cultured viewers attending our virtual events. After every feature, we host a lively, engaging virtual discussion with a panel of filmmakers and experts; audience participation is encouraged. Learn more about our upcoming screenings below and watch discussions from our past events.

Upcoming Events

Explore upcoming events hosted by PBS North Carolina and other partners. 

Monday, October 25 at 7 PM

Screening of Now Let Us Sing and Virtual Discussion with the Filmmaker

Reel South, in collaboration with Firelight Media and the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), present Hindsight, a documentary short film series chronicling the lived experiences of Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) communities in the American South and Puerto Rico during the unprecedented events of 2020. 

The event will begin with a sizzle reel of the six nonfiction short films from the Hindsight series, followed by a screening of the documentary short, Now Let Us Sing. Director Dilsey Davis will join us for a virtual conversation and audience Q&A.

Past Events and Panel Discussions

Missed a panel discussion? Just want an encore? Explore recordings of past event discussions, here.

Discussion | The Key Ingredient with Sheri Castle

Lindsay Bierman, PBS NC CEO, sits down with Sheri Castle to discuss the launch of her new show, The Key Ingredient with Sheri Castle. 

Sheri shares tips on how to season and care for your cast iron skillet, make mouthwatering cornbread, and the selection of this season’s key ingredients and recipes. She also answers the question—does buttermilk really have an expiration date?

Discussion | POV: The Neutral Ground

Following our film screening, filmmaker CJ Hunt, local educator Rodney Pierce and student organizers discuss symbols to systems, the removal of confederate monuments, critical race theory and current events.