SCI-FI-LONDON loves short film! We think short film is perfect for science fiction, it gives filmmakers the chance to play with ideas and high concepts without having to add drama for the sake of filling ninety minutes. We’ve watched hundreds of films and selected our favourites!
We hope you can make it one of our shorts programmes at Stratford Picturehouse - see them on the big screen!
(Dir. Nik Perleros. 12mins, 2017, United States.)
If time travellers told you that your firstborn son would be the next Hitler, would you still have sex?
(Dir. Drew V. Marke. 13mins, 2018, United Kingdom.)
A couple is interrogated by agents who are looking for aliens. One knows nothing. One is lying. But which one?
(Dir. Catriona Rubenis-Stevens. 15mins, 2018, United States.)
A woman checks into the “Goodbye Clinic” to have her life deleted.
(Dir. Shoshana Rae Stark. 12mins, 2017, Austria.)
A cautionary tale about water and big corporate interests.
I AM THE DOORWAY
(Dir. Simon Pearce. 20mins, 2018, United Kingdom.)
Based on the short story by Stephen King. Astronaut Arthur returns home and believes alien eyes are forcing their way through the skin of his hands.
(Dir. Ruini Shi. 5mins, 2017, United Kingdom.)
A virtual affair in an obsolete futuristic game.
THE LAST DANCE
(Dir. Chris Keller. 8mins, 2017, United Kingdom.)
Old Hugo is making something… Something great... Something to reunite him with his wife.
(Dir. Ankur Kapoor. 10mins, 2017, India.)
The humans of the future have embraced an AI controlled utopia. ‘The Passing’ is a short documentary from that time.
(Dir. Liz Anderson. 20mins, 2017, United States.)
It’s WWII and secret SS technology can send you to an alternative Nazi occupied San Francisco.