We love short films and think they are a wonderful format for science fiction themes. Each year we receive hundreds of excellent films and it is a challenging task to select for our shorts programme. We have put together three programmes, each showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.
(Dir. Jacob Scarpaci & Kerrie Scher, USA, 2012, 21mins) Trapped in a bomb shelter, a couple struggle with their only remaining option for survival.
HOW TO KILL YOUR CLONE
(Dir. Jack McWilliams, USA, 2011, 5mins) Dick wants to kill his out of control clone, will Clone Killer Corporation do his dirty work?
LUCKY DAY FOREVER
(Dir. Alex Wasilewski, Poland, 2011, 17mins) Prole 514 dreams about winning the Lottery but will it really bring him happiness?
(Dir. Keir Burrows, UK, 2011, 15mins) How do you survive when all the air on the planet becomes unbreathable?
(Dir. Raul Fernández, Spain, 2011, 12mins) 2057,Madrid. Technology runs our lives... but have callcentres changed?
(Dir. Stuart Dunlop, UK, 2012, 13mins) An man is interviewed for his dream job, but an unexpected inquisitor stands in his way.
WHITE ROOM 02B3
(Dir. Greg Aronowitz, USA, 2011, 15mins) Six strangers wake up in a room to find that they are part of a bizarre experiment.
(Dir. Craig Murray, UK, 2012, 5mins) She is lost, will that heap of junk get her home?
(Dir: Craig Philips, USA, 2011, 11mins) The Dream Cleaning Truck malfunctions causing a kid’s dreams to spill into reality.