Scientific Fiction
March 2017

Science fiction promises much -- endless possibilities for thought and invention at the furthest edges of our imaginations. And while many wonderful science fictions do just that, the genre is also all too often reduced to a vehicle for special effects and pyrotechnics. And so, we propose "Scientific Fiction", a genre that aims broadly to inspire and provoke reflection on the scientific world and the edges of knowledge. These films may furnish robots and space shuttles, and plots as impressive as anything in traditional sci-fi, but they also probe into deeper regions of interrogation into our world, ourselves, and our future. Sometimes the stories suggested by facts can be stranger than the wildest fiction.

900 seconds

by Robert Seneko
FILM

Lazarov

by Nieto
FILM

Lena’s Complicated Machine

by Malik Isasis
FILM

The Perfect 46

by Brett Ryan Bonowicz
FILM

The Pyramidical Science

by Anders Elsrud Hultgreen
FILM

The Signal and the Noise

by Charlie Tweed
FILM

Bow Shock

by Javier Diez
FILM

Kawada: The Man Machine

by Vincent Fournier
FILM

Blue-Eyed Me

by Alexey Marfin
FILM

Sequence of Life

by Shakhbout Al Kaabi
FILM

Seed

by Hugo Perez
FILM

Oscillation

by Dídac Gimeno
FILM

In the Future, They Ate from the Finest Porcelain

by Larissa Sansour Søren Lind
FILM

I Remember Nothing

by Zia Anger
FILM

Flesh Computer

by Ethan Shaftel
FILM

BioFlanneur

by Aleks Cicha
FILM

#PostModem

by Jillian Mayer Lucas Leyva
FILM

2026

by Maha Maamoun
FILM
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