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Titled after the one and only film starring legendary mystic and jazz musician Sun Ra, this kaleidoscopic exploration of alternate and imagined black futures and pasts journeys through decades of science-fiction, genre-bending global cinema, unorthodox documentaries, and innovative music videos.
Featuring special appearances by Afrika Bambaataa, Greg Tate, Terence Nance, and more!
Curated by Ashley Clark
Afrika Bambaataa appears in person with this hugely entertaining hip-hop doc.
Legendary jazz musician Sun Ra stars in the kaleidoscopic movie version of his concept album.
A rare, revealing documentary about jazz legend, mystic, and philosopher Sun Ra.
Wesley Snipes is an ice-cool half-vampire, half-mortal in this gripping sci-fi-horror hybrid.
John Sayles’ sharp, sci-fi update on the runaway slave narrative set in 1980s New York.
The great Shirley Clarke directed this invigorating portrait of jazz pioneer Ornette Coleman.
A ferocious dystopian nightmare influenced by African mythology, Spike Lee, and Public Enemy.
A beautiful, disturbing Afrocentric interrogation of the past through a contemporary lens.
This remarkable debut weaves a tapestry of home video and Afrofuturistic animation.
A provocative Twilight Zone-esque trilogy named after Afrofuturist pioneers Funkadelic’s 1973 album.
This experimental doc offers a primer on the aesthetics of contemporary Afrofuturism.
A dizzying feminist sci-fi doc set in NYC after a revolution has rendered all men equal.