Film Listing

Feature Films

  • Lost Time

    Lost Time

    Robert Davi, Luke Goss and Rochelle Vallese in the world premiere screening

    Director: Christian Sesma

    United States

  • Beyond

    Beyond

    British indie film has a tendency towards the bleak, and this Scotland-set sci-fi is not an exception.

    Director: Tom Large and Joseph Baker

    United Kingdom

  • Wake (Despertar)

    Wake (Despertar)

    Rene, a prop maker for the film industry, has recently married Naomi. Following a disagreement one evening, Naomi disappears without trace.

    Director: Jose Cabral

    Dominican Republic

  • Dragon Phoenix Chronicles

    The Dragonphoenix Chronicles: Indomitable

    A new indie film movement has risen, almost phoenix like, from the embers of Greece’s burnt-out economy.

    Director: Thanos Kermitsis

    Greece

  • Suicide or Lulu and me in a World Made for Two

    Suicide or Lulu and Me in a World Made for Two

    Loosely inspired by the Argentinean sci-fi novella, ‘The Invention of Morel’, by Adolfo Byo Casare.

    Director: Christian Carroll

    United States/France

  • Struggled Reagans

    Struggled Reagans

    If there were ever a film at the festival that deserved its own WTF? category, then this is it. This film is intelligent Troma or a 21st century take on early John Waters.

    Director: Gregg Golding

    USA

  • Desolate

    Desolate

    Recommended viewing for any wannabe filmmaker who keeps finding excuses not to make a film

    Director: Rob Grant

    Canada

  • Bunker 6

    Bunker 6

    See this fine post nuke movie in the cinema.  Director and lead actor in attendance!

    Director: Greg Jackon

    Canada

  • Soulmate

    Soulmate

    Ghost stories and haunted houses have a strong tradition in British cinema and literature.

    Director: Axelle Carolyn

    United Kingdom

  • Saving Star Wars

    Saving Star Wars

    Forget the new episodes, come see a very funny film where George Lucas gets kidnapped!
    Dave Prowse will introduce the film.

    Director: Gary Wood

    United States

  • The Perfect 46

    The Perfect 46

    Tomorrow, genomic sequencing becomes standard for all citizens of California. Within a year it is standard throughout the country.

    Director: Brett Bonowicz

    United States

  • Senn

    Senn

    SENN is a really interesting film that delivers big, classic, almost literary science fiction, rare in the movies these days as many indie sci-fi movies are Earth bound tales of dystopia or tech go

    Director: Josh Feldman

    United States

  • The Phoenix Project

    The Phoenix Project

    If we had to describe this movie in a snap, we'd probably say it was ‘Primer meets Frankenstein’.

    Director: Tyler Graham Pavey

    United States

  • SOS: Save Our Skins

    SOS: Save Our Skins

    Ben and Stephen, two English geeks fast approaching middle age, are in New York for a sci-fi convention.

    Director: Kent Sobey

    United Kingdom/Canada

  • The Immortal Augustus Gladstone

    The Immortal Augustus Gladstone

    We are used to seeing fictional films “based on a true story”, but this is a fictional story made in a documentary format about an eccentric man, squatting in an abandoned hotel, who claims to be 1

    Director: Robyn Miller

    United States

  • The Scribbler

    The Scribbler

    Based on Dan Shaffer's acclaimed graphic novel, this noir sci-fi action thriller follows Suki, a young woman recently released from a mental hospital who moves into a halfway house.

    Director: John Suits

    United States

  • Mood Indigo

    Mood Indigo

    Michel Gondry’s deliciously surreal feature stars Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris.

    Director: Michel Gondry

    France

  • Aura

    Aura

    Four teenagers wake up in their car in an empty field. According to their watches it’s the middle of the morning, but it’s still dark.

    Director: Zsolt Bernath

    Hungary

  • Shadow Walkers

    Shadow Walkers

    The stereotype of American students having big frat parties is the background to this slick and sexy film.

    Director: Dennis Iliadis

    United States

  • Who's Changing

    Who's Changing? - With Doctor Who Panel

    Not a new album from the 60s rock band, but a documentary about another 60s phenomenon, Doctor Who.

    Director: Cameron McEwan

    United Kingdom

  • The Creep Behind the Camera

    The Creep Behind the Camera

    If ever a film was ripe for the MST3K treatment it was THE CREEPING TERROR (and, in fact, it's in our 25th anniversary all-nighter!).

    Director: Pete Schuermann

    United States

  • When Will I Be Dictator

    When I Will Be Dictator

    WHEN I WILL BE DICTATOR is a curio that defies categorisation, straddling the line between reality and fiction (science fiction at that).

    Director: Yaël Andre

    Belgium

  • Hunger Ford

    Hunger Ford

    A young student films his day to day life, and realises something’s wrong...

    Director: Drew Casson

    United Kingdom

  • LFO: The Movie

    LFO: The Movie

    Low frequency oscillations allow a man to control his neighbours.

    Director: Antonio Tublén

    Sweden/Denmark

  • Time Lapse

    Time Lapse

    In a sleepy apartment complex, three 20-something roommates discover their scientist neighbour dead.

    Director: Bradley King

    United States

  • Zombie Desert

    Zombie Desert

    This is a different approach to the zombie apocalypse sub-genre in that it is more the setting for the story, rather than the subject of it.

    Director: Christoph Behl

    Argentina

  • OVX: The Manual

    OXV: The Manual

    Science meets philosophy in this film spanning three ages.

    United Kingdom/Canada

  • Upside Down

    Upside Down

    This sumptuous, big-budget, French-Canadian production is the story of two people, not from opposite sides of the tracks but from two different planets with dual gravity enabling them to orbit each

    Director: Juan Solanas

    Canada/France

All-nighters

  • Frank Forrester

    MST3K All-nighter

    Seriously, if you have never done an allnighter before, come to this one! Mystery Science Theater 3000 is now twenty five years old, and there’s never been a better time to  elebrate/discover this

  • Aliens

    Alien All-Nighter

    All four DIRECTOR'S CUTS on the big screen!

  • Paterna Inverted

    Anime All-nighter

    A fabulous line-up of the best in Japanese animation and free Karoake in the bar!

Special Events

  • Bunker 6

    Bunker 6 and the Day of the Dead

    Two films set in bunkers in a real bunker!

    Director: Greg Jackson

    Canada

  • Frank Forrester

    On stage with MST3K

    Celebrate 25 years of the show with Dr Forrester and TV's Frank

  • Saving Star Wars

    Saving Star Wars

    Forget the new episodes, come see a very funny film where George Lucas gets kidnapped!
    Dave Prowse will introduce the film.

    Director: Gary Wood

    United States

  • 48 Hour Film Challenge 2014

    48 Hour Challenge Awards

    Thousands of people took part in our challenges this year. Come see the results!

  • Arthur C Clarke Award 2011

    The 2014 Arthur C. Clarke Award for Literature

    We are proud to once again to be the official partner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the UK's premier prize for science fiction literature.

  • Geek Comedy Night

    Comedy with The Geekatorium

    It's Geek Night!  Join us for stand-up with the capital’s top of the range geekycomics-two-point-zero!

  • Pub Quiz 2013

    SFL Pub Quiz

    Not quite but almost free as the ticket price includes refreshments, including beer and wine (well it is a pub quiz, though not strictly in a pub). 

Blink of an Eye

  • 7300 Days Later

    Shorts Programme 1

    A short film selection showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.

  • Over The Moon

    Shorts Programme 2

    A short film selection showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.

  • Eden 2045

    Shorts Programme 3

    A short film selection showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.

  • The Landing

    Shorts Programme 4

    A short film selection showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.

  • H270

    Shorts Programme 5

    A short film selection showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.

  • Rem

    Shorts Programme 6

    A short film selection showcasing a cross-section of countries, styles and sensibilities.