DON’T PANIC. HERE IS HOW THE FESTIVAL WILL WORK THIS YEAR.
Whether you call it a FAQ, crib sheet or instructions… this page will hopefully answer your questions on getting the most out the cyber edition of SCI-FI-LONDON:20.
We have tried to put together an event that gives you the chance to interact with us as if you were in one of our venues. We have film screenings happening at set times and events that let you ask a question!
WE WILL BE SENDING DAILY EMAILS WITH LINKS AND PASSWORDS TO ALL TICKET HOLDERS FOR EACH SHOW AND THE SHORTS PROGRAMME.
Throughout the festival, we will be running a WebTV broadcast with chat, short films and more. We will also have some programmed live events with special guests – Colin Goudie talking about editing, B7 media doing a live table-read of DAN DARE and so on.
These events are all free, though we would love you to make a donation if you can manage it, every penny helps keep the festival alive.
To watch the live events, just head over to the webpage for the event or check the live player on our main page.
We have 30+ shorts at the festival this year and you can watch them all for the price of one ticket. Just £5.00 gets you a ticket that will let you watch tme anytime during the festival run. Just go to the shorts page and enter your password in the player.
All our feature films, except The American Astronaut, cost £5.00 to watch. Each of them is programmed with a defiite start time. In trying to make it feel like a ‘real world’ event, if you are late to the start you will miss the beginning of the film. We are not replaying any films and they are ALL GEO-LOCKED FOR THE UK. Do not buy a ticket if you are not in the UK.
If you buy a pass, for £20.20 you can watch all the films, including the shorts. THIS IS STILL RESTRICTED TO UK VIEWERS ONLY.
If for any reason the stream fails or your password doesnt work, get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be monitoring this address throughout the festival.
Thanks again for coming to our online festival. Hope you love the films.