In a dystopian future, a race of mutants have almost been wiped out. Their fate lies with a young girl named Hope and her protector Cable, and they battle forces that want to end the mutant race for good!
In a weak and ruling society, not far from today’s world, where people are killed simply because they are poor, a young woman named Dina is murdered. Redeem is an inspirational proof of concept film that thrives on ambition. For Swedish director Dennis Peterson, his inspirations came from seeing people[…]
A retrofuturistic journey. An homage to the great sci-fi andventures of yesterday.
The year is 2019 and a homosexual couple is feeling the backlash from the hateful rhetoric that has accompanied Donald Trump’s rise to power. The film reminisces of a science fiction post-apocalyptic film, without any giant monsters or aliens (unless you envision a giant Donald Trump with lasers coming out[…]
Sometime in the near future. Somewhere is mid-revolution. An activist mother and her photographer son are trapped together in a bunker. A last chance to heal a lifelong rift – he’s always suspected that she put her political principals before him. But now she’s dying, and he finally sees that[…]
In the future nightmare state of Britannia, a political prisoner finds himself violently oscillating between death and delirium, whilst precariously tethered to a noose by his tormentor and only friend, Dr. Sam.
2045 A.D. Cybernetically enhanced beings are in control of society. A new genetic disease is making humans reject their own organs, forcing one man to steal cybernetic implants from others to survive.
Experience creation. Glacial Wave depicts the creation of humankind in a way that is separate from religious belief. The Creator is all things living, and from his blood, life flourishes. He visits earth, as a cold barren place where emptiness prevails. He breathes new life into everything and beauty emerges.[…]
Year unknown. Population Zero. Welcome to LOST BOY. After delivering a euphoric science fiction masterpiece in 2015 with Sundays – winner of our Top Short of the Year – PostPanic Pictures brilliantly followed up on their own footsteps and blessing us with another punk sci-fi marvel: Lost Boy. Directed by[…]
Two men have a phone call that could change the fabric of time and space, if only they weren’t so selfish.