You may not realize this, but the Mad Max you grew up watching was likely the American-dubbed version and not the Aussie original. At the Jalopnik Film Festival later this month in Los Angeles we’ll be presenting the Aussie version. Just watch these two clips and you’ll see why.
There's a lot of stuff to see at Comic Con, but one of the best parts is the SDCC Independent Film Festival. It delivers a heady, steady stream of unbridled cinematic creativity.
London's British Film Institute is running an awesome series of programs in July about how movies depict the future of humanity. When they show 2001, it will be accompanied by a live orchestra! Check out their program of events.
The SF +F Short Film Festival, sponsored by the Science Fiction Museum in Seattle, has just opened its virtual doors for entries. If you're an aspiring genre filmmaker, this is a great way to get your work seen.
This year's annual South By South West film festival in Austin, Texas has picked up some heavy-hitting foreign science fiction, with the industrial Cargo, not to mention Star Wars finger-pointing, and vampires. Here are our top SXSW film picks.