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Short (1-4 activities)
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
Students work with the fantastical eight minute silent film A Trip to the Moon (1902, U) as stimulus to research and create a brochure to encourage space tourism, and prepare and run a press conference for the film's astronauts. This resource was produced to accompany the BFI's Sci-Fi Days of Fear and Wonder blockbuster season and provides tools and templates to support students to access and interpret this classic film text.
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