This year’s Sci-Fi London film festival includes over 24 films, music videos, documentaries and special events. There are the world premieres, including Death, a British indie that opens the festival, Q&A sessions, the bad taste US zombie comedy Ozombie: The Axis of Evil Dead (“Bin Laden will die again”!), Cycle, described as if Kubrik had directed Tron, and Strange Frame, an animated sci-fi lesbian rock musical.
There is also Dimensions, a 1920s Merchant-Ivory looking costume drama with time travel. And Matt Smith and Eva Green star in Clone, a beautifully shot drama reminiscent of Never Let Me Go.
There’s also a Sci-Fi costume parade on Sunday 29 April.
Films are being screened at BFI Southbank, Apollo Piccadilly, Regent Street and at BAFTA on Piccadilly.
On from 1-7 May