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Thoughts on the recent trend of Sci Fi? • /r/TrueFilm

Thoughts on the recent trend of Sci Fi? • /r/TrueFilm | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
Sci fi, like many other trends in art and media come in cycles. We've seen great sci fi movies and content come and go over history and are left...
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Project-M director on making science fiction believable on a budget - 2014-Oct-31

Project-M director on making science fiction believable on a budget - 2014-Oct-31 | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
Editor’s note: CultureMap has partnered with the Lone Star Film Festival to publish a series of filmmaker interviews conducted by LSFF organizers. The science fiction film Project-M, about four astronauts ...
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Science fiction ideas that should be reality - The Denver Post

Science fiction ideas that should be reality - The Denver Post | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
We asked six experts: What idea from science fiction would you most like to see become reality?
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Cool Science Films You Might Have Missed - Feature | Sci-Fi Movie Page

Cool Science Films You Might Have Missed - Feature | Sci-Fi Movie Page | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it

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Watch one!

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Science fiction is creeping into more mainstream films

Science fiction is creeping into more mainstream films | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
Science fiction isn't all 'talking squids in space'. And its creep into mainstream cinema is everywhere from Never Let Me Go to Midnight in Paris.

Via The Digital Rocking Chair
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Can you name some other films that have a hint of sic fi?

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Adrienne Kangas's curator insight, November 14, 2014 10:32 AM

My favorite genre!!!!

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Minority Report TV show on the way from Steven Spielberg

Minority Report TV show on the way from Steven Spielberg | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
Remember Minority Report, that really quite enjoyable 2002 sci-fi about a 'PreCrime' police unit that apprehends criminals before they commit murders? (Remember that pretty decent Tom Cruise sci-fi Minority Report?
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What similarities and differences would you expect from the TV series compared to the film?

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A New Era of Sci-Fi is Upon Us - Looking Ahead to Worlds That Await

A New Era of Sci-Fi is Upon Us - Looking Ahead to Worlds That Await | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
Here is your mission: pass your knowledge on to the next, as it was passed on to you. A new era of sci-fi is upon us. In just a few years we'll be
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Read the section headed: Is Cosmic Fascination Fueling Sci-Fi Interest?

  

Were your text box office hits? Why? What scientific fascination do they fulfill? 

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BBC - BBC heads to the frontiers of space and time with an array of new Science Fiction programming on BBC iPlayer, on TV and on Radio - Media centre

BBC - BBC heads to the frontiers of space and time with an array of new Science Fiction programming on BBC iPlayer, on TV and on Radio - Media centre | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
In a new four-part series on BBC Two, Dominic Sandbrook explores how science fiction has offered a revealing window into our dreams and our nightmares.
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(EN) – A Glossary of Science Fiction Jargon | Eric Raymond

(EN) – A Glossary of Science Fiction Jargon | Eric Raymond | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it

"Prototype Worlds: A Glossary of SF Jargon is a glossary of SF coinages, collected for the enjoyment and education of SF fans, SF writers, lexicographers, and linguists. Most of this glossary is words originally coined in science fiction to describe technologies that did not exist at the time of writing or SFnal ideas for which no obviously suitable mainstream term was handy (some of these have since become mainstream). Some words coined elsewhere but now used almost exclusively in SF (e.g. cyborg, ornithopter) are included"


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Great sci fi keywords/conventions!

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27 Science Fictions That Became Science Facts In 2012

27 Science Fictions That Became Science Facts In 2012 | GCSE Sci fi | Scoop.it
We may never have our flying cars, but the future is here. From creating fully functioning artificial leaves to hacking the human brain, science made a lot of breakthroughs this year.

Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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So is there some truth to the fiction we see in film…… how could that impact the audiences enjoyment of the film?

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