New Horizons

Where our interplanetary missions are not only fiction.


Greetings Terrans, this new season kicks off with the New Horizons SciFi Film Club! Every month, the club will gather in a festive observance in one of three types of films.
Foundation Pieces – are films that are, in our opinion, contribute to the foundation of SciFi.
DocWorks – Stories that tell how we got here.
MiSciFi ScreenGems – Selections from our galactic archive that you will not want to miss.
A special guest may join the event. Or it will be just us fans showing our appreciation for all that SciFi contributes to our society.

Right from your home, we will share awesome selections of SciFi gems.

Showtime is typically early evening via Zoom or Stream, and all you have to do is sign up. That’s right, it will be free for club members!  3rd Party Co-Sponsored events may have a small charge.

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HOUS3 and something special
Sat, Dec 5th, 5:00 PM EST

Rewatch on Amazon

It is a special time!  At this event, we will be with the folks from H0us3 talking all about hacking, AI, and privacy.

Watch the event here!

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Space Detective
and Intersect
Sat, Oct 3rd, 3:00 PM EST

Rewatch the films:
Space Detective – Watch
Intersect – Watch

We have a super treat!  Shorts, and Features.  Several filmmakers will join us on a mash-up chat of some award-winning films.
Creators from; Space Detective, Intercept, and more!

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Behind the scenes with the filmmakers
Sat, Oct 10th, 3:00 PM EST
Rewatch the films:

Lift Off

Three countries in one show!  Ireland, Mexico, and Germany. All award-winning films! Meet the filmmakers and hear their stories from behind the scenes.

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or here;

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Good Genes Kitambo and Attack of the Cyber Octopuses

Good Genes, Kitambo, Souls, and Attack of the Cyber Octopuses What a lineup! Again, four films on three continents. Oct 24th, 3 pm EST.

Good Genes

We will listen to the stories and experiences of the actors in these award-winning short films. Subscribe to make sure you do not miss incredible shows like this.

Behind the scenes with the filmmakers
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Sat, Oct 24th, 3:00 PM EST
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music videos

What’s SciFi without good music?  It’s SciFi Music Video Day! Meet the winners of SciFi Music Videos.  If you are lucky you might get an autograph!

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Sat, Nov 28th, 2:00 PM EST

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This Giant Papier-Mâché Boulder Is Actually Really Heavy
Meet the Director and the Cast
Sat, Sept 12th, 3:00 PM EST

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Comedy is in full effect here.  This New Zealand gem will have you falling off your seat.  It did at SciFi Miami, people went nuts, the laughter made everyone laugh. When three sci-fi geeks are transported into a 60’s space flick, they must find the courage to fight their way back to the real world.

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Cargo – Meet the Cast and Director
Wed, Sept 9th, 9:00 PM EST

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The decade’s most exotic science fiction film.  Cargo is a story that will not leave your memory for a long time.  A refreshing SciFi where Prahastha, a lonely devil astronaut has been working in a spaceship for many years. His spaceship comes close to Earth every morning and Cargos start arriving at the arrival station. These Cargos are people who have just died on Earth and we learn that Prahastha works for Post Death Transition Services – a large bureaucratic company that pioneered in computerization, transition, and recycling of dead people for rebirth back on Earth.

Watch it Sept 9th, here;

Flora - Film

Wed, July 25th, 3:15 PM EST

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If science fiction was produced at the turn of the 19th century, this is what it would resemble.  In 1929, an expedition of university botanists enter an uncharted forest where they discover and must escape an ancient organism.

“Some places are not meant to be explored.”

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Forbidden Planet

Forbidden Planet
Mon, July 20th – Update

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A dutiful robot named Robby speaks multiple languages. An underground lair provides extraordinary evidence of a populace a million years more advanced than Earthlings. There are many wonders on Altair-4, but none is more significant or more deadly than the human mind. Forbidden Planet is the granddaddy of tomorrow, a pioneering work whose ideas and style would be reverse-engineered into many cinematic space voyages to come.

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ONE NIGHT ONLY! A Masterclass with actor Michael Dorn.
Wed, July 8th, (Only)
$39.00 – LINK HERE

Age Range: ALL
Class Time: 8:00 pm EDT
Class Day: WEDNESDAY, July 8th, (Only)
Date Class Begins: Jul 08, 2020
Class Length: 60 Minutes
Cost = $$


William Shatner (Star Trek): the TV Legend comes to WAX
Wed, Jul 8, 6-8 pm EST.

For the first time ever, troves of iconic actor William Shatner’s most personal memorabilia will be made available to the public – on WAX!

Join Evan Vandenberg from WAX on the SciFiMiami Live Stream talk about the William Shatner Blockchain deal.
Signup here to get the link for the live stream.  Cost = FREE

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July 5th, Artist Depiction Series 2
Sunday, July 5th, 12:30 PM EST / 16:30 GMT

1hr 16min, 2020
A second series of the Artist Depiction series. Featuring space artists Pamela Lee, William K. Hartmann, and Pat Rawlings. (Rating FRESH)

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July 1st, SPACE DETECTIVE (18+)

1hr 11min, 2018
The Space Detective known only as Shiro returns to the fabled pleasure-station Carina Dawn, and finds himself tangled in a web of feline femme fatales, galactic gangsters, and a sinister scheme that could destroy the galaxy!
Testimonial: “A Moving Piece of Art”, Brooklyn Murphy.

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