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One of the most entertaining and lovable movies for children and young people to have come out in years, Wall-E tells the story of a small, rather hopeless looking robot who is left alone on Earth to clean up the mess we humans have made of the planet. Getting on with his routines day after day, we get to know him and his curious personality at the same time as he carries out his lonely task - until, that is, he meets Eve, another robot sent to Earth, who opens Wall-E's eyes to a whole new kind of life...
A STEM resource for young people aged 7-14, exploring environment and space through the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful...
Explore topical environmental issues in your class or film club through four key films and filmmaking opportunities.
A film guide that looks at Pumzi (2009), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Silent Running (1972), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at WALL-E (2008), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Superbly animated adaptation following young Hogarth's discovery of a colossal, friendly robot, and his plight to protect him from government agents.
7–14 years 86 mins
Up marries animation that's breathtaking even by Pixar's standards with storytelling so adept, you'll be crying and laughing in the first 5 minutes.
5–11 years 98 mins
Nerve-jangling futuristic sci-fi thriller about a detective who suspects a robot has committed murder.
11–16 years 110 mins
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This brilliant and environmentally aware short film, which follows the life cycle of a sentient balloon, was made by one young filmmaker from Woking, Surrey.
Viewing time 7 mins
With Finding Dory's release, we look at how Pixar bring characters with disabilities to the surface, as they face their trickiest animation challenge yet.
Reading time 8 mins
A film list exploring the history of animation.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films20
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
No. of films37
A film list that explores films intended to persuade or influence an audience.
No. of films19
A film list that explores how interpretation and translation are represented in film.
No. of films20
A film list that encourages respect for the environment by exploring our planet and the incredible variety of life that it supports.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films16
A film list that examines robots and other humanoid advances in technology as imagined for the cinema.
No. of films24
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