Salford Sci-Fi Film Festival Film Shorts

Salford’s Sci-Fi Film Festival explores different kinds of futures
INCLUDING an exhibition of sketches imagining a Future Salford
Free entry (or donation to Salford Arts Theatre)
Max 100 people (first come, first served!)
Friday 17th June
Sci-Film Film Shorts
One hour of short films from around the world at the Salford Arts Theatre, PLUS an exhibition of sketches imagining a Future Salford.


Kyungmin Woo / South Korea / 2014 / 6 mins

Electric Soul
Joni Männistö / Finland / 2013 / 5 mins

The Planets
Andy Martin / UK / 2014 / 12 mins

Un Monde Meilleur (A Better World)
Sacha Feiner / Belgium & Switzerland / 2012 / 23 mins

and more!

Suitable for kids, families, young adults and everyone else, these diverse short films all have something to say about the future. They also show off a range of film making styles! They have been selected for the Salford Sci Fi Film Festival by Film Fringe and Short Film City (Leeds International Film Festival).

The Salford Sci Fi Film Festival is a way of thinking through the future city in an entertaining way. The two days of screenings are part of Future Salford, an idea that aims to stimulate discussion about how the city is changing and how people imagine its future.

The free Film Festival is supported by the School for the Built Environment (SOBE) at the University of Salford and run by Dr Jessica Symons, Laura Ager and Suzie Goodfellow.

Free entry (or donation to Salford Arts Theatre). Max 100 people (first come, first served!)