So apparently ID questions are going to be banned on this site.
Some of the ID questions posted here are about films in the science fiction or fantasy genres, which would be on-topic at the sister site, SFF. SFF has far less stringent requirements for ID questions than M&TV users will be used to: basically, it only expects them to be (uniquely) answerable. Thus, many of these questions would be not only on-topic but welcomed with open arms over at SFF.
Since these questions are now going to be off-topic here, it makes sense to send as many as possible to a site where they would be on-topic and good quality. That way, the OP might get their question welcomed and answered instead of just having it closed and deleted.
The only possible downsides are (from M&TV's point of view) that this site's mods and users might not know which questions SFF would welcome, and (from SFF's point of view) that questions which are unambiguously bad shouldn't be migrated. To solve both of these issues, I suggest the following.
When an ID question is flagged for migration to SFF, by a user who's active on SFF and knows its scope, migrate it over there.
This ensures that no bad questions are migrated ('bad' by the target site's standards, which is what counts in this context), but also removes the onus of judging quality from M&TV mods/users. It does mean the workload of migration has to be entirely on diamond mods - the alternative being to set up a migration path which any five 3k+ rep users could use - but the volume should be manageable enough as people stop posting ID questions here, barring a possible sudden flood just at the start.
Of course, if the M&TV mods (all of whom have a good amount of activity on SFF and/or its meta) want to be proactive and migrate even unflagged questions which would clearly be on-topic at SFF, nobody will say no to that! But let's start off with a basic proposal which is very hard to argue against.
Are there any downsides to this proposal? At the moment, I can't see any. If M&TV doesn't want these questions here, there should be no objection to giving them to people who do?