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Science Fiction and Fantasy
In this thought-provoking science fiction thriller set in the not-too-distant-future, humans are divided into two groups - Valids (those born physically perfect through the marvels of science) and In-Valids - born naturally and subject to disease and defect. Vincent is a resentful In-Valid, a cleaner whose imperfections have limited his life choices. In an attempt to fulfil his dream of joining the space mission, he adopts the identity of Jerome, a Valid paralysed in an accident - a ploy that works until a murder threatens his plans.
A film guide that looks at Ex Machina (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Activities to support engagement, debate and reflection alongside a screening from the No Borders, No Boundaries strand of the festival.
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
Intelligent, futuristic crime film set in an era when the police have the technology to arrest criminals before they commit crimes.
11+ years 145 mins
Futuristic sci-fi classic about an astronaut whose spaceship crash-lands on a planet ruled by advanced apes who make humans act like slaves.
7+ years 108 mins
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Former Head of Biology Robin McHugh explores ways of using film to complement the science curriculums.
Reading time 6 mins
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