Crimes of the Future

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107 minutes – Sci-Fi, Drama,
Language: English
Festival Release date: 2022, Cannes
Release date: June 3, 2022
Production companies: Serendipity Point Films, Argonauts Productions,
Canadian distributor: Sphere Films
U.S. distributor: NEON

Crimes Of The Future takes a deep dive into the not-so-distant future where humankind is learning to adapt to its synthetic surroundings. This evolution moves humans beyond their natural state and into a metamorphosis, altering their biological makeup. While some embrace the limitless potential of transhumanism, others attempt to police it. Either way, in this perfectly crafted Cronenberg world, which marks the iconic filmmaker’s return to sci-fi, “Accelerated Evolution Syndrome”, is spreading fast.

Shot in Athens, Greece in late 2021, Crimes Of The Future is the first original screenplay by David Cronenberg since his 1999 feature, eXistenZ. This Canada-Greece co-production was produced in association with Ingenious Media, Coficine, Telefilm Canada, Bell Media, CBC, and the Harold Greenberg Fund, with the support of EKOME and the GFC.

Also see: Crimes at Cannes
Also see: Crimes of the Future Begins.

Crimes of the Future, movie, poster,

Crew:

Producer:

Robert Lantos
Panos Papahadzis (Argonauts Productions)

Executive Producer:

Joe Iacono
Thorsten Schumacher
Peter Touche
Christelle Conan
Aida Tannyan
Victor Loewy
Victor Hadida

Co-Producer:

Steve Solomos

Associate Producer:

Bonnie Do
Laura Lanktree

Director:

David Cronenberg

Screenwriter:

David Cronenberg

Cinematographer:

Douglas Koch

Editor:

Christopher Donaldson

Composer:

Howard Shore

Production Designer:

Carol Spier

Art Director:

Dimitris Katsikis

Costume Designer:

Mayou Trikerioti

Cast: Roles:

Viggo Mortensen
Léa Seydoux
Kristen Stewart
Scott Speedman
Welket Bungué
Don McKellar
Lihi Kornowski
Tanaya Beatty
Yorgos Karamihos
Yorgos Pirpassopoulos
Nadia Litz

Saul Tenser
Caprice
Timlin
Lang Daughtery


Djuna

Brent Boss
Dr. Nassatir
Dani Router