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Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure

January 9 - 10, 2015

USA | 1989 | 90 Minutes | Stephen Herek

Fourscore and seven minutes ago, we, your forefathers, were brought forth upon a most excellent adventure conceived by our new friends, Bill and Ted. These two great gentlemen are dedicated to a proposition which was true in my time, just as it's true today. Be excellent to each other. And PARTY ON, DUDES!

Blade Runner: The Final Cut

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USA | 1982 | 117 Minutes | Ridley Scott

Encore Screenings: Fri Dec 19 at Midnight | Sat Dec 20 & Sun Dec 21 at Noon | Meant to be seen on the big screen, Blade Runner returns after years of being unavailable for theatrical screenings. Ridley Scott brings to life Philip K Dick's dystopian, neo-noir, sci-fi tale of genetically created replicants and the man who hunts them. This 2007 Final Cut version restores the director's full artistic vision.

SFFSFF: The Dark Side

February 6

85 minutes |

Revel in the dark, the dangerous, the mysterious, and the taboo with this midnight showing of horror-tinged and macabre shorts. Awards ceremony to follow screening.

Escape from New York live scoring with Roladex

February 6

Watch Snake Plissken infiltrate the maximum security prison that is New York City in this 1981 John Carpenter classic while feasting your ears on minimal-wave experts Roladex as they perform Escape from New York's iconic score.

SFFSFF: The Best in Sci-Fi and Fantasy Shorts

February 7

Celebrate the tenth anniversary of the classic Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival you've come to know and love, and enjoy the artistic and imaginative achievements of this lineup of other-worldly films as they are presented on Cinerama's massive 70-foot screen.

SFFSFF Encore

February 8

Travel back in time and catch all the fantastic (and fantastical) films you missed!

SFFSFF: 10 Year Retrospective

February 8

Over the past decade, the groundbreaking films featured in SFFSFF have challenged us to take on alien perspectives, introduced us to new worlds, and encouraged us to believe there's no limit to what the imagination can achieve.