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Science Fiction TV Dinner Small Bites

Featuring The Mailbox, a sci-fi short about time travel and Chinatowns
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
9:00-10:15 pm Eastern (EDT) / 6:00-7:15pm in Arizona (MST)

A young man extending his hand toward a mailbox, reaching to clasp a hand that is coming out of the mailbox.
Virtual Event—Register Today!
The Science Fiction TV Dinner series has gone virtual, to help keep our community safe during the pandemic. We’re shifting the format slightly, presenting Small Bites: short films from talented creators that invite us to explore a range of possible futures.

Our latest small bite is The Mailbox, a 2017 science fiction film about time travel and Chinatowns directed by Louis Yin. We’ll screen the 18-minute film, and then have a conversation with Louis, a writer and filmmaker based in China, and Diane Wong, assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at Rutgers University and a researcher who studies the Asian diaspora and the urban immigrant experience.

We'll also feature a segment on future cuisine by Corey S. Pressman, an educator, anthropologist, poet, and member of CSI’s Imaginary College.

This virtual event is free and open to everyone. Register today!

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