Migration in Film: Neptune Frost (with Special Guests: History Dog)

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Name: Migration in Film: Neptune Frost (with Special Guests: History Dog)
Date: January 18, 2024
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM EST
Neptune Frost (with special guests: History Dog)
Event Description:
Join us for a special evening of film, music and discussion! 

Neptune Frost (2021), Saul Williams' Afro-futuristic, sci-fi punk musical set in an alternate Burundi, follows a group of escaped coltan miners who form an anti-colonialist computer hacker collective. Join us for this gorgeous, romantic and imaginative film.

This next installment in our Migration in Film series is being hosted in conjunction with CAME and the School of Art and Art History's Afrofuturism Week, celebrating radical imagining and Black diasporic creative expression through futurist thought, surrealism and fantasy.

**Panel discussion and refreshments to follow the film, then at 8:30 we welcome History Dog, an avant-garde improvisational musical performance to celebrate the event!**
UF Innovate | 747 SW 2nd Ave in Gainesville
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, Jan 18th, 6-9:30pm
Contact Information:
Center for Arts, Migration and Entrepreneurship
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