From ULTRAMAN director Yagi Takeshi, a reimagining of the kaiju vs. superheroine genre for a global audience — while honouring the authentic tokusatsu style of filmmaking.
Judy Greer and Edi Gathegi star in a time-bending sci-fi/drama knockout that grapples with ripple effects of morally fraught choices and raises timely questions about ethics in technological innovation.
A young Prince offers a fruit to the altar of a withered temple when he is faced with the divinity he worships.
A space pilot alone on a returning vessel finds herself in a frightening power struggle when her holographic virtual assistant suddenly begins to oppose its programming.
Set against a backdrop of modern America, the latest from Zach Clark ( LITTLE SISTER) is a genre-bending romantic tale of two body-swapping aliens trying to find their place on this big, dumb planet.
In the future, memories are captured in a chip, but what if they’re too painful to keep?
A young Bully bites off more than he can chew when he messes with the wrong Old Man in a nursing home.
With only one goal, to conquer every galaxy, Dreadlord crash-lands into a comic-book convention on Earth in a race to become the leader of the world before his rivals can beat him to the punch.
A robot accidentally gains "human eyes" and acquires self-awareness. This robot can now see the world with a human-like vision, and becomes conscious.
Two dairy farmers go out looking for a cow gone missing. Their search leads them deep into a mystery that will have them questioning themselves and their place in the milky way.
Mist. Dust. A bowling alley in the crosshair of a thunderstorm. A pregnant woman, a businessman and a widower find shelter in its midst.
Jeremy Coon, Steve Kozak
The story of the making of THE STAR WARS HOLIDAY SPECIAL, the infamous 1978 made-for-TV variety special monstrosity that's so bad even Jar Jar Binks would be embarrassed to be seen in it.
A mysterious and enthusiastic mystic shares his theory on how drumming can improve our lives and that anything or anyone can be a drum.
A dog experiences auditory hallucinations of his master after coming in contact with an alien entity.
Olivier A. Dubois
Cynthia offers a virtual trip to her friend Damien and despite all the possibilities of thematic worlds to explore, he chooses a bloodthirsty avenue.
An inventive meta slasher reworking, winner of four audience awards (and counting!) on this year’s festival circuit.
Teenager Jani and a talking catfish named Kiefer may oppose a tyrannical world of nuclear reactors and military curfews, where people are utterly devoid of empathy.
In Olivier Godin’s latest, Ducarmel is a firefighter and a poet. But when he dreams, he isn’t himself, but rather the best basketball player of them all in a bizarre, dreamy world.
The middle-aged, down-and-out editor-in-chief of a science fiction magazine embarks on a final journey to find aliens in this delightful, deadpan mockumentary.
Carnior Steve Landry
A mother tries to survive a zombie invasion and her daughter's puberty...
A prehistoric hominid getting ready to leave his home to work as a migrant worker overseas. When his passport goes missing, he ponders his place in the Philippines.
A grieving mother with expertise in neuroscience brings her deceased daughter back as a hologram with fully retained memories and a sentient state of being.
Michael Lukk Litwak
Zosia Mamet and Aristotle Athari charm in this sci-fi romantic comedy about a man and woman whose orbits repeatedly collide over the course of 12 years, 4 planets, 3 dimensions, and one space-cult.