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Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy
In a film that is now scarily prescient, Bruce Dern is the caretaker of a space-station greenhouse sent into orbit in the early 21st century after Earth has been denuded of all foliage. Dern, a plant-loving hippie, is ordered to destroy the greenhouses and return to Earth. He disobeys, kills his human mates and makes do with the company of two robots. Afloat on his Garden of Eden, Dern hopes to create a second chance for mankind. Visually stunning.
A lesson plan to work with the 1970s classic Silent Running as stimulus for KS5 Religious Studies students.
A lesson plan to work with the 1980s classic Flash Gordon as stimulus for a KS3 History, English or Citizenship lesson
A film guide that looks at Silent Running (1972), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Clever, inventive sci-fi film about an astronaut running a mining operation on the moon, with a robot as his only source of conversation.
16+ years 93 mins
A small, rather hopeless looking robot is left alone on Earth to clean up the mess left by humans, in this wonderful Pixar animation.
All ages 98 mins
Beautiful science fiction fairy tale based on the future production of Mechas, humanoid robots.
11–16 years 140 mins
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A film list that examines robots and other humanoid advances in technology as imagined for the cinema.
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