Join University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill faculty in a lively discussion of this cinematic game-changer, to explore themes of afrofuturism, gender, music, representation and space/place. This event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the African Studies Center and the Institute of African American Research. Featured panelists include Renée Alexander Craft of the Department of Communication; Priscilla Layne of the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures; David Pier of the African, African American and Diaspora Studies program; Karla Slocum of the Department of Anthropology; and Lyneise Williams of the Department of Art and Art History. Please contact Emily Burrill for more information.