Film Listing

Feature Films

  • Caught

    Caught

    Starring April Pearson, Mickey Sumner, Cian Barry, Ruben Crow.

    Director: Jamie Patterson

    UK

  • Space Detective

    Space Detective

    An exiled space detective returns to help an old flame but finds himself tangled in a web of interstellar intrigue, galactic gangsters, and a sinister scheme that threatens the very fate of the ent

    Director: Antonio Llapur

    USA

  • Sublimate

    Sublimate

    Roger, a middle-aged drug-addled techno producer and his best friend, alcoholic rapper John, attempt to bring about humanity's next stage of evolution.

    Director: Roger Armstrong, John Hickman

    UK

  • DOMAIN

    Domain

    After a deadly virus wipes out most of humanity, the survivors are forced to wait alone in self-sustaining bunkers while the viral threat runs its course.

    Director: Nathaniel Atcheson

    USA

  • The Fitzroy

    The Fitzroy

    Set in a post-apocalyptic 1950s, The Fitzroy Hotel, a derelict submarine beached just off Margate, is the last place for a traditional summer holiday.

    Director: Andrew Harmer

    UK

  • Diverge

    In the aftermath of a global pandemic, a survivor searches for ways to cure his wife of a deadly virus.

    Director: James Morrison

    USA

  • Flora

    Flora

    We are delighted to have the director and lead cast in attendence for this world premiere.

    Director: Sasha Louis Vukovic

    Canada

  • Unspeakable Horrors: The Plan 9 Conspiracy

    Unspeakable Horrors: The Plan 9 Conspiracy

    Ed Wood unleashed PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE in 1959 to an audience not yet ready to look beyond the limitations of budget to what was really being said in the film.

    Director: Jose Prendes

    USA

  • End of the Lonely Island

    The End of the Lonely Island

    Against the backdrop of a deadly plague spreading across the Earth, the ‘Bi’an’ (“another shore”) project is humanity’s first interstellar exploration.

    Director: Ren Chao Wang

    China

  • The Girl with all the Gifts

    ICYMI SCREENING.

    Director: Colm McCarthy

    UK

  • virtual revolution

    Virtual Revolution

    Paris 2047. Most of the population are pudgy, jacked-in junkies who spend their time online, within virtual words.

    Director: Guy-Roger Duvert

    USA, France

  • Love and Saucers

    Love and Saucers + Is Anyone Listening

    David Huggins, 72 years old from Hoboken, NJ, is a man who claims to have had a lifetime of encounters with otherworldly beings, including an interspecies romance with an extra-ter

    Director: Brad Abrahams

    USA

  • Magellan

    Roger Nelson, seasoned astronaut, is picked to pilot a mission that will challenge his skills and test the life he leaves behind.

    Director: Rob York

    USA

  • Yesterday Last Year

    Yesterday Last Year

    Michael, a driven research scientist working on time travel theory, spends all his time in the garage ‘lab’ trying to perfect a device. Sandra, his partner, is bottom of his priority list.

    Director: Jeff Hanley

    Canada

  • Immigration Game

    Europe has closed its borders to millions of refugees. Only Germany continues to offer citizenship – if you compete and survive a new TV show called “Immigration Game".

    Director: Krystof Zlatnik

    Germany

  • The Gatehouse

    The Gatehouse

    Ten-year-old Eternity lives in a haunted Gatehouse at the edge of an ancient forest.

    Director: Martin Gooch

    UK

  • The Last Scout

    It’s 2065 and Earth is rendered uninhabitable by war. Humanity’s remaining survivors send a fleet of ships to different points in the galaxy in the hope of finding a new world.

    Director: Simon Phillips

    UK

  • The Kaos Brief

    Snowden, Assange, and even the Russians have ‘allegedly’ been putting leaked information online for a while now.

    Director: JP Mandarino

    USA

  • Blue World Order

    Starring Billy Zane, Stephen Hunter, Bruce Spence, Jack Thompson.

    Director: Ché Baker, Dallas Bland

    Australia

  • A.I. + Ex Machina Double Bill

    In partnership with Guardian Live, this movie double bill focuses on artificial intelligence, with two features whose themes are decreasingly classifiable as science fiction; in fa

  • Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time

    Neil Stryker & the Tyrant of Time

    In a future time, Neil Stryker is a hardened Elite Forces agent famous for hunting and capturing his former mentor and villainous time-traveller, ‘The Mad Scientist’.

    Director: Rob Taylor

    USA

  • Anti Matter

    Following an experiment to travel through a wormhole Ana, an Oxford PhD student, finds herself unable to build new memories.

    Director: Keir Burrows

    UK

  • The Rizen

    We are delighted to present the World Premiere of this very British film.  The director and cast will be in attendence.

    Director: Matt Mitchell

    UK

Special Events

  • people in glass houses

    The Glasshouse - Live reading

    This is a chance to get a glimpse into the early development of a feature film.

  • Super Sonics Audio Panel + Is Anyone Listening

    THIS IS A FREE EVENT - NO NEED TO BOOK!!!

  • SCI-FIDO

    It’s not all serious dystopias and tech paranoia at the festival – DOGSTAR PHOTO and DOUG'S DOGS have teamed up with SCI-FI

  • Robots & Rockets Workshop

    Screenwriter Darren Rapier and SCI-FI-LONDON’s Louis Savy will take you through the process of creating a low-budget sci-fi screenplay, and provide a practical gui

  • The Girl with all the Gifts

    ICYMI SCREENING.

    Director: Colm McCarthy

    UK

  • SCI-FI-LONDON Pub Quiz

    Think you know your tribbles from your tiberium?   Louis Savy and Tom Hunter invite you to the toughest SF quiz this side of the galactic spiral arm.  Put a team together and come take the

  • 48 Hour Film Challenge 2014 at the BFI Southbank

    48 Hour Challenge Awards

    The annual 48hr film and flash fiction challenges are celebrated at our special awards evening.

  • hackstock

    #HACKSTOCK - Beyond 2017

    #Hackstock was born out of Digital Shoreditch to celebrate the 'HACKERS' film in 2015.

  • Blue World Order

    Starring Billy Zane, Stephen Hunter, Bruce Spence, Jack Thompson.

    Director: Ché Baker, Dallas Bland

    Australia

  • A.I. + Ex Machina Double Bill

    In partnership with Guardian Live, this movie double bill focuses on artificial intelligence, with two features whose themes are decreasingly classifiable as science fiction; in fa

  • krautwerk

    Krautwerk

    SCI-FI-LONDON in association with PsychFI, Bad Vibrations and Snap Crackle & Pop are delighted to bring together one of the most exciting musi

  • Gameshow - Interactive cinema

    MERCY OR JUSTICE - YOU DECIDE.

    What's the most famous interaction in entertainment history? Thumbs up/down in the gladiator area.

    Director: Martin Percy

    UK/Indonesia

Blink of an Eye

  • Shorts Programme 1

    SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We’ve always supported shorts through our festival programming and our 48 Hour Film Challenge.

  • Shorts Programme 2

    SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We’ve always supported shorts through our festival programming and our 48 Hour Film Challenge.

  • Shorts Programme 3

    SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We’ve always supported shorts through our festival programming and our 48 Hour Film Challenge.

  • Shorts Programme 4

    SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We’ve always supported shorts through our festival programming and our 48 Hour Film Challenge.

  • Shorts Programme 5

    SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We’ve always supported shorts through our festival programming and our 48 Hour Film Challenge.

  • Shorts Programme 6

    SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We’ve always supported shorts through our festival programming and our 48 Hour Film Challenge.

  • Virtual Reality Shorts

    Over the run of the festival and at #HACKSTOCK we will be showin