The Signal


To create exceptional sci-fi on a minimal budget you need not only a script which challenges limits. You also require imagery and art direction capable of moving an audience far from their own reality. Festival goers lucky enough to catch William Eubank’s debut, Angels and Airwaves backed indie sci-fi Love, at our jam-packed screening in 2011, are familiar with his ability to deliver precisely that. Eubank has a gift of combining great, emotional concepts and magnificent cinematography... Read More


Imagine yourself alone, floating around in space in an overwhelming, bisarre landscape that no-one can truly be prepared to find themselves in. But one day, without your knowing, the world underneath you collapses. Your radio connection is gone and you have no idea of what has happened. You are left isolated, stranded in a slowly orbiting ship. How long will the life support systems last? How long will your sanity last? This year’s most beautiful scifi, produced and scored by the... Read More