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Annular Eclipse (Country: China; Year: 2021; Director: Chi Zhang; Stars: Kejun Liu, Ziyi Wang)
In a dystopian future where a cure for Alzheimer’s has given rise to technology that enables near-perfect brainwashing and memory editing, a contract killer experiencing flashbacks begins to suspect that someone has been messing with his mind.
The Deal (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Orsi Nagypal; Stars: Lisa Brenner, Alastair Mackenzie, Emma Fischer, Sumalee Montano)
If you accept The Deal, you’ll have work, a home and medical care for the next 20 years. At the end of the time period you must sacrifice your life for the greater good. This sounds good to a struggling single mother until her ailing daughter needs her as a donor, which means she has to find a way to stay alive.
Deus (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: Steve Stone; Stars: Claudia Black, David O’Hara, Phil Davis, Richard Blackwood)
Earth is on the brink of an environmental disaster. The population has risen to more than 20 billion and huge areas of the planet are uninhabitable. Against this backdrop, a massive black sphere is discovered in the orbit of Mars. The Sphere begins to transmit a single word in each of Earth‘s languages: Deus. A spaceship is sent to investigate.
Doctor Who Am I (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Vanessa Yuille, Matthew Jacobs)
A documentarian follows her friend and co-director, the writer of the 1996 TV movie Doctor Who, as he is reluctantly pulled back into the fandom that rejected his work 25 years earlier.
The Innocents (Country: US, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland; Year: 2021; Director: Eskil Vogt; Writer: Eskil Vogt; Stars: Rakel Lenora Fløttum, Alva Brynsmo Ramstad, Sam Ashraf, Mina Yasmin Bremseth Asheim, Morten Svartveit)
During the bright Nordic summer, a group of children reveal their dark and mysterious powers when the adults aren't looking.
Manfish (Country: UK; Year: 2021; Director: Marc Coleman; Stars: Dean Kilbey, Emma Stannard, Matty Noble, Jon Campling)
A downtrodden middle-aged loner who spends his days down on Canvey Island beachfront collecting seashells for his failing jewellery box business finds his world is turned upside down one morning when a mysterious humanoid sea creature washes up on the shore.
Rani Rani Rani (Country: India; Year: 2022; Director: Rajaram Rajendran; Stars: Tannistha Chatterjee, Asif Basra)
When a woman who lives in an abandoned train is persuaded to help strangers test a new electronic device, a new version of her is created.
Soylent Green (Country: US; Year: 1973; Director: Richard Fleischer; Writer: Stanley R. Greenberg, based on the book Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison.; Stars: Charlton Heston, Leigh Taylor-Young, Chuck Connors, Joseph Cotten, Brock Peters, Paula Kelly, Edward G. Robinson)
On an overheated, overcrowded future Earth, a detective investigates the death of a wealthy corporate mogul.
A Tear In The Sky (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Caroline Cory; Stars: Caroline Cory, Michio Kaku, William Shatner)
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.
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