1. Ghost in the Shell (original Japanese anime series)
You have all at least probably heard of it, but here's a mini synopsis. We are in the age of some 2030-2050s, where it is common humans can get cyber enhancements. They range from cyber particular body parts to full prosthetic bodies. Additionally, cyborgs are characterized for being able to connect to the "Net" and with other cyborgs and androids. This is achieved through ports located on the back of the neck, where a plugin allows one to learn, share info and practically exist on this parallel level of reality. Biological immortality, or at least a very long life span is achieved through perfecting body or fully replacing it, so it can be enhanced and repaired over and over again.
2. Gattaca (1997)
I know it may not answer this session's topic straightforward, but the main premise lies on the gene enhancement people are able to perform. One of the character, Vincent, is not able to travel to the outer space due to his inferior genetics and thus commits a gene ID theft (in a way) by purchasing another man's genetic ID. But, this story ends up in the potential abuse of public info on an individual's genetic.
3. Blade Runner, part 3 (?)
Well, I am eager to see how they bridged the human/replicant reproduction, since we meet the daughter in the second part. All we know is Rachel possessed reproductive system. How it works, yet to be seen. Then maybe human life can be prolonged, by the sheer fact it is not based solely on human genetics.
4. Elysium (2013)
It's 2159, CRISPR system has already been highly developed. Medical care is on such a level, disease can be detected alongside diagnoses within seconds, and then cured. Injuries taken care of even easier. (There is an example of a girl who gets Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia detected and cured in under some 30 seconds.) So I guess since these sorts of possibilities correspond to longevity achievements through the roof, they can also be considered to go towards a much longer and healthier, if not immortal life.