SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We think short film is perfect for science fiction, it gives filmmakers the chance to play with ideas and high concepts without having to add drama for the sake of filling ninety minutes. We’ve watched hundreds of films and selected our favourites!
We hope you can make it one of our shorts programmes at Stratford Picturehouse - see them on the big screen!
BE MY GUEST
(Dir. David Jermyn. 12mins, 2017, Canada.)
Tim and Claire hope to fix their money problems using mind-transfer technology that allows Tim to rent out his body.
ECHO AND SOLOMON
(Dir. Jem Garrard. 11mins, 2017, Canada.)
Two women struggle to survive in a world dominated by Artificial Intelligence.
(Dir. Stuart Mannion. 9mins, 2017, Australia.)
In the future you’ll still be able to meet someone in a bar, but will you be able to connect?
HOMUNCULUS - CLOCKWORK A.I.
(Dir. Andrew Woodward. 6mins, 2017, United Kingdom.)
An inventor in a dystopian city has a plan to save the world. Featuring Andrew Woodward’s clockwork metal head sculptures.
MOTHER, A SCI-FI FAIRY TALE
(Dir. Barry J Gibb. 10mins, 2017, United States.)
Jill’s maternal drive is unbearable, she hears of new tech that can ensure the next man she encounters will become the father of her child.
(Dir. Cidney Hue. 8mins, 2018, United States.)
Rosalyn must make a hard choice after a mind bending procedure.
(Dir. Bill Sebastian. 10mins, 2017, United States.)
A husband buys his wife a planet for their anniversary. Five years later, they find the national space agency at their door.
(Dir. Aurora Fearnley. 17mins, 2018, United Kingdom.)
A Peacemaker, is on his final mission when a solar storm hits his ship. - A modern retelling of the story of Jonah in the Belly of the Whale.
THE RIGHT CHOICE
(Dir. Tomisin Adepeju. 10mins, 2017, United Kingdom.)
With the help of The Adviser, a husband and wife must answer three seemingly harmless questions to create their perfect designer baby.
(Dir. Blake Hodges, Jackson Tobiska. 10mins, 2017, United States.)
It’s a hot topic, the limited minority representation in Hollywood, one actor will try to change things.
(Dir. Kjersti Helen Rasmussen. 8mins, 2017, Norway.)
Something has landed on the arctic island of Svalbard where the Global Seed Vault gets an unexpected visit.