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Science Fiction and Fantasy
Based on science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury's novel about a future society in which all literature is destroyed, this was French director Françoise Truffaut's only English-language film. Shot in Britain, the film stars Oskar Werner as Montag, a fireman ordered to burn books (the title refers to the temperature at which paper turns to ash), and Julie Christie takes two roles: as Montag's wife and a teacher who prompts Montag to doubt the morality of his job. A stylish, thought-provoking fable of the resilience of independent thought in an oppressive society.
Highly-acclaimed Oscar-winning drama about corruption and surveillance in Communist East Germany.
14+ years 137 mins
Sci-fi noir sees a detective land on a strange planet where love and free thought is punishable by death.
14+ years 95 mins
Based on Margaret Atwood's novel, this futuristic fantasy's grim totalitarian world requires women to housekeep or have children for barren couples.
14+ years 104 mins
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Made by students at John Clare Primary School, September's winning film is a light-hearted look at the importance of kids being kids.
Viewing time 7 mins
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