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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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In a widely-ranging discussion of sci-fi texts of the past and present, UC Berkeley lecturer Emily Carpenter and professor Namwali Serpell articulate representations of race and gender, discuss the ways that sci-fi reflects contemporary politics and offer interpretations of popular films.
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In a widely-ranging discussion of sci-fi texts of the past and present, UC Berkeley lecturer Emily Carpenter and professor Namwali Serpell articulate representations of race and gender, discuss the ways that sci-fi reflects contemporary politics and offer interpretations of popular films.
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Expectations were understandably high for “It Comes At Night,” — A24's latest horror film — and thankfully, director Trey Shults delivers. The pacing of Shults’ script is impeccable — though the epitome of a slow burn, there’s a white-knuckle fluidity to the series of wrong turns that result in the film’s devastating third act.
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Expectations were understandably high for “It Comes At Night,” — A24's latest horror film — and thankfully, director Trey Shults delivers. The pacing of Shults’ script is impeccable — though the epitome of a slow burn, there’s a white-knuckle fluidity to the series of wrong turns that result in the film’s devastating third act.
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