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Science Fiction and Fantasy
This groundbreaking sci-fi classic has been a favourite of both critics and film fans ever since it first came out in 1982. In a rainy and neon-lit Los Angeles of the future, Rick Deckard works as a "blade runner" - a cop whose sole job is to hunt down and terminate four robots in human form known as "replicants." However, the replicants, who have learned to cherish life, will do anything to save themselves. What follows is both a film about the meaning of life itself, and an action-packed thriller full of suspense that will keep you glued firmly to the screen.
A man wakes into a nightmarish world with no sun and police out to get him for murders he can't remember committing.
14+ years 107 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
This visually spectacular German sci-fi classic (made, incredibly, in 1927) sees the rich live in skyscrapers and the poor toil underground.
11+ years 138 mins
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Our Film of the Month for June is Turning Tides, a poignant drama that deals with grief and friendship, as two girls take a somber boat trip together.
Viewing time 8 mins
We look ahead to some of the biggest and best cinema releases coming up during the Autumn term, ranging from Paddington 2 to Blade Runner 2049.
Reading time 7 mins
We recently conducted a poll to find out what the most popular science fiction film amongst science teachers was - can you guess the winner?
Reading time 2 mins
We take a look at the new Blade Runner sequel, which combines astounding visuals with deep explorations of philosophical, ethical and environmental issues.
Reading time 8 mins
Ridley Scott's space-faring epic 'The Martian' may be rooted in science fiction, but there's a lot more science fact in it than you might think.
Reading time 9 mins
A collection of films which explore adaptations outside the mainstream, such as seminal graphic novels, non-fiction texts and short stories.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films29
A glossary of some of the most frequently used terms in Film Language, with examples and key-codes from classic films to help demonstrate their meaning.
No. of films31
20 great titles, picked especially for audiences aged 14 and over, to get you started on your Into Film club journey.
No. of films20
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