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Neptune Frost

Afrofuturist Film Season



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Journey through sci-fi worlds that place Black voices at the centre of the story. Our Afrofuturist film season presents six decades of a cultural movement that explores the intersection of the African diaspora culture with science and technology.

From Sun Ra’s intergalactic sci-fi musical Space Is the Place to Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman’s mesmerising and critically acclaimed, Neptune Frost. Join us every Tuesday in February for a cinematic vision of Black creativity, resistance, and freedom.

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Space is the Place

Space Is the Place (1974)

Tue 7 Feb, 19:00

Avant-jazz mystic, Sun Ra, brought his pioneering Afrofuturist vision to the screen in this 1974, John Coney directed film.

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Brown Girl Begins

Brown Girl Begins (2021)

Tue 14 Feb, 19:00

Inspired by Nalo Hopkinson's award-winning novel Brown Girl in the Ring, Sharon Lewis' Brown Girl Begins, follows a young Ti-Jeanne on a quest to save her people.

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Mulika (2022) & Crumbs (2015)

Tue 21 Feb, 19:00

Discover Maisha Maene’s sci-fi short, Mulika, followed by Miguel Llanso’s post-apocalyptic feature film, Crumbs.

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Neptune Frost

Neptune Frost (2022)

Tue 28 Feb, 19:00

Uncover Neptune Frost - a thrilling sci-fi punk musical from multidisciplinary artists Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman.

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