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This October, Sky1 welcomes the new creation from J.J. Abrams, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, the team behind the upcoming STAR TREK feature, LOST and ALIAS. Fringe will thrill, terrify and explore the blurring line between science fiction and reality.

Centered around a female FBI agent who is forced to work with an institutionalised scientist in order to rationalise a brewing storm of unexplained phenomena. The series promises to go where the X-files never dared.

We are delighted to have an exclusive FREE preview of the pilot episode to screen. Although this is a free event you need to phone the Apollo Box Office and reserve your ticket. Call 020 7451 9944


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We have also been given permission to screen Episode 1 of the new STAR WARS animated series, CLONE WARS in front of Fringe. Along with the FREE screening of JJ Abram's FRINGE, we have an episode entitled AMBUSH from the CLONE WARS series - woohoo! 

Thanks go to Sky Movies, Sky HD, Sky 1 and Lucasfilm for letting us have these for the festival - tickets are still available. 

Whilst it is free you do need to call the box office to reserve your ticket 020 7451 9944.



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The story begins as an international flight lands at Boston’s Logan Airport with passengers and crew all having met grisly deaths. FBI Special Agent Olivia Dunham (Torv) is called in to investigate.  When the search nearly kills her partner, Special Agent John Scott (Mark Valley, Boston Legal, ER), a desperate Olivia searches frantically for someone to help and she is led to scientific researcher Dr. Walter Bishop (Noble). There’s only one catch: he’s been institutionalized for the last 20 years and the only way to question him requires calling on his estranged son, Peter (Jackson), for help. Under Special Agent Phillip Broyles (Reddick), the trio discover that what happened on that fatal flight is only a small piece of a larger, more shocking truth, rooted in the idea of controversial ‘fringe science’.

FRINGE promises to be a unique take on the exploration of paranormal phenomena, with action-packed sequences and intriguing insights into activity beyond the realms of scientific explanation. One of the co-creators, Roberto Orci, commented that FRINGE “took its inspiration from The X-Files”, but will wholly “differentiate through the characters”, and be a whole-new take on the genre. J.J. Abrams explained that the series was “an experiment” for him in comparison to his past TV creations – rather than require dedication week in week out from the viewer, it can be dipped in and out of due to each episode having a beginning, middle and an end. He said, “We believe FRINGE has an overall story and we know its end game. You don’t have to watch episodes one, two and three to watch episode four. But, if you want to track the big bad guy and the overarching story, you can do that, too.”

Imagine the impossibilities…. FRINGE begins only on Sky1 and Sky1 HD in early October 2008 - see it first at SCI-FI-LONDON.