Sci-Fi-London 2021
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Glasshouse and Tiong Bahru Social Club
12 Months Of Kai (Country: Japan; Year: 2020; Director: Mutsumi Kameyama; Stars: Ayaka Nakagouchi, Kosei Kudo)
A Tokyo career woman struggles to cope with her feelings for her personal care robot.
Esluna - Crown Of Babylon (Country: Canada; Year: 2021; Director: Denver Jackson)
A treasure hunter teams up with a stranger from another world to try to track down a powerful relic and save her mentor.
Exposure 36 (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Mackenzie G Mauro; Stars: Charles Ouda, Jennifer Leigh Whitehead, Nick Smithson)
As the end of the world approaches, a photographer tries to capture the final days, but his plan is disrupted when his friend goes missing.
Glasshouse (Country: South Africa; Year: 2021; Director: Kelsey Egan; Writer: Emma Lungiswa De Wet, Kelsey Egan; Stars: Jessica Alexander, Hilton Pelser, Brent Vermeulen, Adrienne Pearce, Kitty Harris, Anja Taljaard)
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.
The High Frontier - The Untold Story Of Gerard K O'Neill (Country: US; Year: 2020; Director: Ryan Stuit)
A documentary about the visionary author of The High Frontier: Human Colonies In Space.
Moon Heart (Country: Peru; Year: 2021; Director: Aldo Salvini; Stars: Haydeé Cáceres)
A mechanical angel brings hope to a forsaken homeless woman whose only friend is an ant.
Night Raiders (Country: Canada, New Zealand; Year: 2021; Director: Danis Goulet; Writer: Danis Goulet; Stars: Amanda Plummer, Shaun Sipos, Eric Osborne, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, David MacInnis, Alex Tarrant, Gail Maurice, Birva Pandya, Pamela Matthews, Suzanne Cyr, Violet Nelson, Elena Khan, Brooklyn Letexier-Hart, Kevin Allan Hess, Scott Barker)
In a dystopian future, children are considered property of the military regime which trains them to fight in a state boarding school. A Cree woman tries to get her daughter back.
Repeat (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Richard Miller; Stars: Charlotte Ritchie, Nina Wadia, Tom England, Ellila-Jean Wood)
An inventor whose daughter is missing develops a device which he believes he can use to communicate with the dead.
Strawberry Mansion (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Kentucker Audley, Albert Birney; Writer: Kentucker Audley, Albert Birney; Stars: Penny Fuller, Kentucker Audley, Grace Glowicki, Reed Birney, Linas Phillips, Constance Shulman)
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.
Tiong Bahru Social Club (Country: Singapore; Year: 2020; Director: Bee Thiam Tan; Writer: Bee Thiam Tan, Antti Toivonen; Stars: Thomas Pang, Guat Kian Goh, Jalyn Han, Noorlinah Mohamed)
Ah Bee goes on a comedic odyssey through Tiong Bahru Social Club, a data-driven project to create the happiest neighbourhood in the world. Little by little, his encounters with the neighbourhood's residents reveal the absurdity of life.
Tune Into The Future (Country: Luxembourg; Year: 2020; Director: Eric Schockmel)
A documentary about Hugo Gernsback and his contributions to technology, futurism and science fiction.
Visitor (Country: Spain; Year: 2021; Director: Alberto Evangelio; Stars: Jan Cornet, Iria del Rio, Miquel Fernández)
A woman who lost her sister to a terrible accident years earlier discovers a portal to another reality, one where her sister is alive and grown-up - and has a warning for her.
Warning (Country: US, Canada; Year: 2021; Director: Agata Alexander; Writer: Agata Alexander, Jason Kaye, Rob Michaelson; Stars: Annabelle Wallis, Kylie Bunbury, Alice Eve, Thomas Jane, Alex Pettyfer, Rupert Everett)
The meaning of life explored through multiple interconnected lives set in the near future.
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