A unique and dark science-fiction film event, ANTIHUMAN tells the story of one woman’s return to the secluded and now-abandoned governmental research facility and mental asylum where her deceased mother once worked. Accompanied by three friends, she discovers that the ghosts of the past find their way to the present when the hospital’s legacy of experimentation and madness tears away all known bounds of time, memory and space. All the while, the very real threat of nuclear apocalypse grows ever stronger in the cities over the horizon.


Made under the title and also known as POST|HUMAN: AN EVENT.


Directed by Mark Robins & Luke Gietzen, produced by Florencia Diaz & Mark Robins & Luke Gietzen, original music by Elias Mazzucco, original music by Vaughan Bloomfield, additional music by Chris Cavoretto and Werewolves In Siberia, photographed by Seth Ward, associate produced by Richard Jagdhar, starring Anya KorzunDanielle Arden | Andrew Jardine | Katie Keight and Kathryn Goldsmith

(2017 | 2.20:1 HD | 112 mins)


A different kind of ghost story. This intricate science-fiction fantasy of memory and sensation tells the tale of a young archaeologist who travels to investigate a prehistoric cinema discovered under the earth at the top of the world, leaving behind his partner, a pianist, who is struggling to complete an elusive composition.

A terrible tragedy takes his partner's life, leading the archaeologist to follow a trail of clues, collecting the traces she left behind before she died and sending him on a journey that leads to the uncovering of a new and revolutionary state of being...


(2010 | 2.39:1 | 85 mins)

Winner of the Best Newcomer Award at London's 15th annual Portobello International Film Festival.


A young couple navigate the nocturnal streets of a nightmarish city in their bid to escape the menacing figures hunting them down in this stylish and romantic phantasmagorical thriller.


(2005 | 2.39:1 | 46 mins)