Q&A with Special Guest Robert Townsend
Meteor Man is the story of mild-mannered, school teacher Jefferson Reed who gets hit in the chest by a souped-up chunk of meteor. Now he can fly, but he's scared of heights. He can master the information in any book ... for about fifteen minutes. Now his friends and family want him to protect their community from the dreaded Golden Lords.
The Department of Africana Studies (AFRS) in collaboration with the Department of Cinema and Television Arts (CTVA) present the films of Robert Townsend, producer, director, writer, actor, and one of the filmmakers responsible for the renaissance of contemporary Black filmmaking. Mr. Townsend’s films will be screened on four Monday evenings during Black History Month, followed by a Q & A session with Mr. Townsend. Moderators for the screenings include Professor Nate Thomas, Dr. Sylvia Macauley, Dr. Frances Gateward, Dr. Theresa White and Dr. Dianah Wynter.
All films are free and will start at 7:30pm in the Alan and Elaine Armer Screening Theater in Manzanita Hall. Light refreshments will be provided after Q & A.
Please bring your ticket with you for entry to the theater and plan to arrive by 7pm or your seat may be given away.
Communication services (sign language interpreters, note takers) are available for this event. Requests for services must be submitted at least five (5) working days in advance. Please contact Dr. Cedric Hackett, at or call (818) 677-3311.
Parking: On campus Parking Permit Purchase (Daily fee is $6.00). Parking permits are required at all times in all areas of campus. Daily Parking Permits may be purchased in advance from the CSUN Permit Store or may also be purchased once you arrive on campus from a parking permit dispenser or from one of the Information Booths. Both the parking permit dispensers and Information Booths accept cash and credit cards to purchase your daily parking permit.