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Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy
For 20 years aliens, known as prawns, have been on earth, segregated from humans and living in refugee camps. Wikus Van De Merwe is the enthusiastic bureaucrat charged with evicting them. Copley does a brilliant job moving seamlessly from comic touches to action heroics, while the film's documentary style and incisive skewering of apartheid issues raises the possibilities of the sci-fi genre. This unique action-drama is a valuable tool with which to discuss the legacy of apartheid and the personal consequences of racism and exclusion.
Horror about a monstrous creature attacking New York, shown as if we are watching a found videotape filmed by young friends.
Futuristic sci-fi classic about an astronaut whose spaceship crash-lands on a planet ruled by advanced apes who make humans act like slaves.
Featuring cracking one-liners and hilarious performances this is a zombie movie guaranteed to please both horror and comedy fans.
Classic 1950s sci-fi film in which a doctor from a small Californian town discovers its citizens are being replaced by identical-looking aliens.
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We take a look at thoughtful new sci-fi Arrival, which has an interesting focus on language and communication, and reflects the rich history of the genre.
Reading time 6 mins
Simon Hanks, whose film club at Gwernyfed High School in Powys, Wales is particularly engaged with our offer, is our Leader of the Month for February 2017.
Reading time 6 mins
Film is the perfect medium to reveal the nuances and human stories behind these groups that are so often mispresented and dehumanised across society.
A list of films on Into Film+ and Into Film+ Premium which are also a part of the OCR A-Level Film Studies syllabus.
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A list of films on Into Film+ and Into Film+ Premium which are also a part of the WJEC GCSE Film Studies syllabus.
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