Final Girls Berlin are back with an evening of sci-fi horror shorts, presented in collaboration with Zodiac Film Club at The Castle Cinema (24 AUG 18.45). Part of the venue’s Summer Of Sci-Fi season (JUL to AUG).
Submitted by Zodiac Film Club
- Zodiac Film Club x Final Girls Berlin present Sci-Fi Shorts
- 24 August 2022 // 18:45 // The Castle Cinema // London E9 6DA
- Tickets: £5.00-11.00 // BOOKING NOW!
In an isolated forest, a desperate young man is ready to finally part ways with his sex robot girlfriend, after an AI nanny attacks her employer an investigation team must determine what caused the attack, young woman wakes up in a virtual purgatory and waits for her mind to be downloaded into a new body and more…
Final Girls Berlin Film Festival showcases horror cinema that’s directed, written, or produced by women and non-binary filmmakers. They are committed to creating space for female voices and visions, whether monstrous, heroic or some messy combination of the two, in the horror genre.
We’re excited to be joined by Snowflakes director Faye Jackson to discuss womxn in sci-fi filmmaking in a Q&A hosted by Zodiac Film Club’s Sarah Kathryn Cleaver.
Directed by the Spear Sisters, USA, 2018
After an AI nanny attacks her employer an investigation team must determine what caused the attack.
Lovely Legs (9:59)
Directed by Abby Thompson, USA, 2018
In an isolated forest, a desperate young man is ready to finally part ways with his sex robot girlfriend. Together they realize the pain of goodbyes.
Ava in the End (10:02)
Directed by Ursula Ellis, USA, 2019
After tripping over her dog and dying, a young woman wakes up in a virtual purgatory and waits for her mind to be downloaded into a new body.
Real Artists (12:10)
Directed by Cameo Wood, USA, 2017
In the near future, a young animator is offered what should be her dream job. But when she discovers the truth of the modern “creative” process, she must make a hard choice about her passion for film.
Directed by Faye Jackson, UK, 2019
Esther and Miriam are being forcibly deported from the US to Jamaica, when there’s an outbreak of a deadly virus and they’re left to deal with the aftermath.
The Walking Fish (18:59)
Directed by Thessa Meijer, Holland/Japan, 2019
An ambitious amphibian sea-creature wants to venture into the human world. Her dream to evolve into the perfect individual is so strong that she overcomes the physical boundaries of her fish-body and transforms into a human being. But even as a young woman she remains restless. Will she ever be content?
Directed by Laura Moss, USA, 2019
A chronic procrastinator meets an otherworldly being responsible for giving humanity its great ideas.
WOMXN (5:00) – main featured image
Directed by Adrien Peskine, France, 2018
Jane Dark lives and studies in the Noir-Et-Cher. Whenever her community is harassed by Europe Normale Police. She turns into the super shero WOMXN helped by her mate: a womanoïd Dolphin in a spaceship called the KORA Mother.
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