Opening with Eskil Vogt's The Innocents, this year's science fiction film festival line-up includes three world premières and three UK premières as well as a special screening of genre classic Soylent Green, which is set in 2022. It closes with Steve Stone's Deus.

The festival runs from 19 to 22 May.

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The Innocents
The Innocents
During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking.
A Tear In The Sky
A Tear In The Sky
A documentary team connects with military personnel, scientists and even William Shatner in an attempt to re-capture, in real-time, the US Navy 'TicTac' UFOs, using state-of-the-art, military-grade equipment and technology.
Rachels Don't Run
Rachels Don't Run
While monitoring late-night calls at an AI companionship service, lonely customer support agent Leah impersonates an artificial dream girl to chat with the regular caller for whom she's developed feelings.
Soylent Green
Soylent Green
On an overheated, overcrowded future Earth, a detective investigates the death of a wealthy corporate mogul.

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