Continuing our guide to the Nottingham festival’s highlights with a look at the most charming piece of time slip sci-fi that you’ll ever see.
The Nottingham Film Festival announces the full 2023 line-up and it looks the strongest yet.
Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece has been waiting for the arrival of 4K and big-screen TVs to finally be able to be appreciated in the home.
Exploring the lesser-known film and TV adaptations of Ray Bradbury’s disturbingly prophetic tale of virtual reality and smart homes.
The short-lived but better than you might expect TV series of the 1970s.
A Swedish science fiction movie that was reconstructed into a rather different American monster movie.
The pioneering and popular British science fiction TV series that has become lost in time and space.
The Afrofuturist and socio-politically revolutionary film is never less than fascinating in its image of an alternative world – but also labours the point a bit too much.
The end of an era, as one of the world’s longest-running print fanzines finally brings a halt to its life, universe and everything.
Bertrand Mandico’s psychedelic science fiction drama is a glorious pop culture-laden trip into sexual expression, liberation and occultism.
The artist responsible for some of the most iconic magazine cover art of the 1980s was also a prolific illustrator of sexually explicit comic strips.
From Toi, ma nuit to Sexualis ’95 – the story of a strange novel that mixes nihilism and hedonism into a very 1960s French study of obsession and ennui.