#SciFiSunday: Afrofuturist Films, Part 2
Part 1 gives a succinct definition of Afrofuturism. In Part 2, there are more films explore, primarily from women of color than likely ever before in the movement's film history.
Written & Directed by Frances Bodomo
Description: In Zambia 1969, a group of indigenous villagers work on a rocket in order to beat America by placing the first African woman on the moon.
Written & Directed by Wanuri Kahiu
Description: An East African survivor of the great water wars confined to subcutaneous community works against a system that wants to prevent her from bringing a germinated seed to the Earth's surface.
Written & Directed by Sharon Lewis
Description: In a deprived, underground community, Chain grows a flower, an act punishable by death.
Bar Star City (2015)
Written & Directed by Ytasha Womack
Description: Exploring the lives of individuals that are bar regulars; with experiences in space battle and war.