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London's leading science fiction film festival continues to support cutting edge speculative work from around the world. This year it opens with Agata Alexander's Warning and features eight UK premières, with some great documentaries and a strong programme of shorts, a 48 hour filmmaking challenge and a quiz.

The festival runs from 19 to 26 October.

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Strawberry Mansion
Strawberry Mansion
In a world where the government records and taxes dreams, an unassuming dream auditor gets swept up in a cosmic journey through the life and dreams of an ageing eccentric named Bella. Together, they must find a way back home.
The meaning of life explored through multiple interconnected lives set in the near future.
An inventor whose daughter is missing develops a device which he believes he can use to communicate with the dead.
Safe within their glasshouse sanctuary, a family survives a memory-shredding neurotoxin that has poisoned the air outside - until a stranger forces them to confront a truth they have done their best to forget.

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Keeping it real
Richard Miller and Grant Archer on crafting a science fiction story and Repeat
Kelsey Egan on memory, fairy tales, pandemics and Glasshouse

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