Some excellent news from the 37th Boston Science Fiction Film Festival where a film we’ve been following for a while now picked up the Best Film award, a distinction picked up by a certain Duncan Jones a few years ago for Moon.

The film is Dimensions: A Line, A Loop, A Tangle of Threads and it is the results of many years hard work and passion from director Sloane U’Ren and writer Ant Neely, who produced the film together. It deals with a scientist obsessed with the idea of going back in time to revisit a particular moment in his childhood and from the trailer below it looks to be  a sumptuous affair.

Inbetweeners fans may recognise the lead actor, Henry Lloyd-Hughes, and he appears alongside Camilla Rutherford, Patrick Godfrey and Olivia Llewellyn. It’s certainly one to keep an eye on – it’ll play in March at the Vilnius International Film Festival and in May at Sci-Fi London which is where I hope to catch it. See you there?

Here’s the trailer, and a gallery of stills from the film (which look beautiful incidentally) followed by a shot of Sloane U’Ren with the Gort Award and a close up of the award – mainly because it’s a pretty fantastic looking award – take that Oscar!

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