Sci-fi cinema covers an inventive body of work about an array of intelligent but synthetic entities, such as networks, androids, cyborgs and lab-created clones. Many of these have achieved self-awareness, though not always accompanied by human sensibilities. Humans 2.0, our main retrospective this year, brings you ten anticipatory films that illustrate the complexities of these intriguing creatures and their interactions with us. All of these films reflect in differing degrees new notions of human (and gender) identity. We’ve also included films that focus on technologically modified humans. Some of these, such as Gattaca , RoboCop and Ghost in the Shell echo beliefs of the transhumanist movement, namely that the Homo sapiens as we currently exist will soon be obsolete.