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  • Which sci-fi heroine are you?

    Wednesday 26 November 2014

    Features

  • BFI Video Games Day highlights support for thriving UK games sector

    The day will see over 130 delegates representing games companies from across the UK learn more about the benefits of the new games tax relief and how video games companies can access it.

    Wednesday 26 November 2014

    Announcements

  • Inside Afrofuturism: a sonic companion

    From Sun Ra and Public Enemy to Flying Lotus and Janelle Monáe, black musicians have adapted the themes and iconography of science fiction to imagine alternative black realities. Take a trip through the weird and wonderful world of Afrofuturism with our musical guide.

    Ashley Clark
    Wednesday 26 November 2014

    Features

  • On the set of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

    Exclusive script pages and Polaroids from the making of Star Wars include scenes that never made the final cut and snapshots of the cast in production on an immortal sci-fi classic.

    Nathalie Morris
    Tuesday 25 November 2014

    Features

  • In pictures: LGBT sci-fi characters on film and TV

    Join us to boldly go into the wonderful world of queer sci-fi on the big and small screens.

    Alex Davidson
    Tuesday 25 November 2014

    Features

  • Film of the week: Winter Sleep

    There are flashes of cinematic greatness in Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Palme d’Or winner – smothered by stretches of cinematic slumber, says Jonathan Romney.

    Jonathan Romney
    Sunday 23 November 2014

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Women on film, sci-fi edition: it gets dystopian

    When it comes to winning female superheroes in 21st-century Hollywood blockbusters, Katniss Everdeen really is one in a million, says Bidisha.

    Bidisha
    Saturday 22 November 2014

    Comment

  • Cinema of saudade: Doclisboa’14

    Nick James finds Portugal’s trademark wistful melancholia on screen via Dutch master Johan van der Keuken, Marguerite Duras and the longtime head of the Portuguese Cinematheque.

    Nick James
    Friday 21 November 2014

    Festivals

  • Why I love ... The Brood

    Critics were revulsed by David Cronenberg’s early body-horror film The Brood, but it remains one of the director’s very best movies: frightening, resonant and a highly personal response to Cronenberg’s own private life.

    Josephine Botting
    Friday 21 November 2014

    Features

  • CPH:DOX 2014: history in the turning

    The Fall of the Wall was showcased at this year’s Danish celebration of documentary art; but the best of the fest raked over less fêted events, as well two forays in nonfiction performance. Carmen Grey reports.

    Carmen Gray
    Friday 21 November 2014

    Festivals

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