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By day Eric Swain and Troy Bernier are a couple of mild-mannered, middle-aged desk jockeys from Florida, but their wildest dreams come to life after hours when they get together to make fantastical sci-fi movies with the help of a green screen, amateur actors, and retro-futuristic computer graphics. As they embark on their most ambitious production yet, this hip and heartwarming documentary shows how boundless imagination can hilariously stretch the limits of DIY moviemaking. | Read MoreDocumentary and Science Fiction
With an impoverished world plunged into a second Cold War, Britain’s Ministry of Defence seeks a game-changing weapon. Scientist Vincent McCarthy (Toby Stephens) provides the answer with The Machine, an android with unrivalled physical skills. But when a programming glitch causes a prototype to destroy his lab, McCarthy takes his efforts underground, drafting artificial intelligence expert Ava (Caity Lotz) into his obsessive search for a truly conscious fighting machine. | Read MoreAction, Thriller, Science Fiction
A thoughtful character study wrapped in a hi-tech sci-fi flick, Moon stars Sam Rockwell as the sole operator of a lunar mining base, living with only a computer robot (voiced by Kevin Spacey) to keep him company. Three years living on the surface of the moon, far from the touch of his wife and young daughter, has taken its tol—he's starting to hallucinate, touching off a thrilling chain of events that will shake his sense of identity to the core. | Read MoreThriller and Science Fiction
On the day of his wedding, Kevin confronts his brother Landon to ask for permission to marry his ex-wife, but learns the circumstances surrounding Landon’s estrangement were far more fantastic than he had been led to believe.
Screening in Shorts Program: Totally Twisted | Read MoreDrama, Thriller, Science Fiction, Relationships
In the candy-colored world of 1950s suburbia, a reluctant young housewife suspects that the friendly neighborhood dentist is hiding a horrible secret. Is it just the anesthesia at work, or is there something more sinister hiding below the surface? | Read MoreHorror, Thriller, Comedy, Science Fiction
A lone motorcyclist travels the empty streets of Tehran at night. He wears an aluminum suit to guard against the electromagnetic waves that raise his body temperature. Yet he is determined to make his appointments to kill cockroaches and fumigate factories, the night placing many strange encounters along his route. Artfully shot cityscapes expound on the man’s solitude in this atmospheric take on science fiction from the heart of Iran. | Read MoreScience Fiction
More than 20 years after he used 16mm to prove himself worthy of a cult following with Tetsuo, The Iron Man, Shinya Tsukamoto is back with another frenetic, hyperbolic experience (this time in English). This slick, modernized third installation of the Tetsuo series—shown here in the final director's cut for the first time—continues to challenge ideas of man and machine… and the trouble that ensues when the two become one. | Read MoreAction and Science Fiction
Finding true love is easier than ever thanks to a bio-technological implant called the TiMER, which counts down to the exact time people meet their soul mates. Love-starved Oona (Emma Caulfield, TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is pushing 30, but her TiMER hasn't even started counting down yet. What's worse, she's falling for a guy (John Patrick Amedori, Gossip Girl) who is set to meet his true love in four months. Newcomer Jac Schaeffer crafts a smart romantic comedy that leaves behind the burning question... would you want to know? | Read MoreDrama, Female Director(s), Comedy, Science Fiction, Romantic Comedy