After the discovery of a premiere release print in an Argentine film museum, a German restoration crew has pieced together the most complete version yet of Fritz Lang’s silent science fiction masterpiece. ‘Metropolis’ plays at the Smith Rafael Film Center with 25 minutes of added footage.
Think of U.S. public television and science fiction or any type of fiction doesn't spring to mind. ITVS aims to change that perception with a series of mini-features.
This fanboy-anticipated New Zealand-produced film set in South Africa, with gang activity, theft, riots, and ever-mounting interspecies hostility, is a summer breakout.
Michael Fox reviews Brant Smith's In-World War, a dark sci-fi comedy about a beta tester trapped in a futuristic war on terror.
Wayne Coyne's Flaming Lips movie extends a long, lately rising number of narrative features made by musicians.
Rivera's debut centers on a young man grappling with a technological future in which neural implants, telerobotics and ubiquitous computing serve a global economy.
The Pacific Film Archive offers a three-week sampling of Russian sci-fi films stretching from the silent era to the end of Communism.
The producer talks about the barriers filmmakers have faced in bringing Philip K. Dick's novel to the screen.