The festival runs from 31 Jan to 2 Feb and includes new movies as well as rare classics.
We also include a raft of sideshow events including
Short films will again play a major part of the festival. A continuous programme of short sci-fi films will run in the venues.
As in the great era of cinema-going, our policy
is to include a short film prior to every feature screened, a great
opportunity for filmmakers to show their film to a paying audience.
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NEW FOR 2003
Can you make the trailer for your own sci-fi feature in a week?
SCI-FI-LONDON, in conjunction with the Digital
Guerrilla Filmmakers Network, throws down the gauntlet to filmmakers who don’t
just talk about making films but get out there and make it happen, whatever it
Stranger Than Fiction: the SFL2003
SCI-FI-LONDON Anime Allnigher at The Other Cinema, Friday 31st Jan 2003.
Your chance to see some classic anime titles on the big screen. From Midnight until 9am we will have back-to-back movies. Punctuated by free Red Bull, Ben & Jerry's and breakfast courtesy of Greggs the bakers.
The punters: the SCI-FI-LONDON Audience Awards
Lo-no budget filmmakers’ workshops