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The Invisible Ray (1920 serial)
Directed by Harry A. Pollard
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction
Actors Ruth Clifford, Sidney Bracey

After a mineralologist discovers the ray with extraordinary powers, a group of scientists seek to use it for a criminal scheme.
Kalai Arasi, 2h3
Genres Science fiction
Actors M. G. Ramachandran, Bhanumati Ramakrishna, Rajasree, Rajashri, P. S. Veerappa, M. N. Nambiar

Kalai Arasi' is a well-blended story of romance, science fiction, action and drama with the main cast of MGR and Bhanumathi playing double roles.
Kremmen: The Movie, 20minutes
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Science fiction
Actors Kenny Everett

After a whole eon, Kremmen has been awarded The Most Fabulous Man in the World Apart from God Award, and is presented with an enormous, fully automated spaceship shaped like a Brain. While Dr. Gitfinger examines the controls, Carla persuades Kremmen to have casual sex with her in their private quarters.
The Movie from the Future
Directed by Josh Miller
Genres Science fiction
Actors Patrick Casey, Josh Miller

The Movie From the Future is a movie within a movie. The set-up is you are watching an Unsolved Mysteries type program about a video tape found in a crater with a note reading "From Future." Most of the movie consists of the contents of the tape with various experts breaking in to offer their opinions on the validity of the tape or whether it is a hoax. The contents of the tape seem to be a made-for-television feature from the future about inter-species love, futuritistic inventors, and plans to destroy the world by aliens and the robots attempting to thwart them.
Star Wars: Storm in the Glass, 2h13
Genres Science fiction, Adventure, Comic science fiction
Themes Space adventure films, Comedy science fiction films, Films about extraterrestrial life, Space opera, Films about extraterrestrial life

The operational conditions on the boundless open spaces of the Far-Northern Galaxy have rapidly become complicated. On secret planets, persons of unknown nationality (a reference to many Georgian-Armenian and Moldovan illegal immigrants in Russia) have set up manufacture of illegal alcohol on a galactic scale and are preparing an act of aggression against the peaceful planet Marabu.
The Fanimatrix, 16minutes
Genres Science fiction, Action

The short film is set within the Matrix universe, shortly before the discovery of "The One" (in The Matrix). It tells a story of two rebels, Dante and Medusa, operating out of a ship called the Descartes, and of their fateful mission onto the virtual world of the Matrix.
Decaying Orbit, 1h30
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction

When a mysterious explosion destroys a space station on the edge of the galaxy, five survivors manage to board an escape shuttle. Left adrift without communications, food or any means of leaving the system, the survivors are forced to work together to survive. But soon evidence surfaces that one of them may actually be the saboteur who caused the station's destruction. Can the dysfunctional group band together long enough to be rescued, when no one knows who they can trust?
Dreamscape (2007)
, 1h26
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Science fiction

After hearing about Dreamscape Inc., a company that provides custom fantasies directly to a subscriber's brain as he sleeps, a bored businessman (Daniel J. Fox) visits the sales offices and signs up for the service. After an outpatient procedure to implant a receiver in his head, he goes home and begins to dream about being an unstoppable secret agent whose mission is to deliver a confidential package to a contact. In his electronic fantasies, he tackles rival agents, wins the affections of "The Girl" (Sandra Darnell), and keeps one step ahead of his nemesis "The Investigator" (Mark Ellingham). But the fantasy turns sour and reality and illusion begin to blur.