Droids, jedis and stormtroopers took to the streets of Stratford, East London on the opening day of Sci-Fi London a film festival which screens the best of shorts and features in the genre. The festival opened with Chimera, a thriller about a disturbed scientist in a race against time to save his dying children.
Star Wars fun outside Stratford Picturehouse where Sci-Fi London has its screenings
Maurice Haeems, director of Chimera (centre). His debut movie opened the festival
Colin Goudie, editor of Star Wars: Rogue One attends Sci-Fi London
Some science fiction alchemy going on in the foyer of Stratford Picturehouse
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