Director: Andrew Stanton

98 mins, US, 2008

This film screened 24th April 2016.

Throughout April at the IFI we are looking at films that have imagined a future, in conjunction with Science Gallery Dublin, and for IFI Family what could be more apt than the Pixar vision in WALL-E?

This waste-covered earth has been abandoned by humans and relies on robots to clean up the mess. WALL-E is going about his job when he comes across EVE, a reconnaissance robot who has been sent to earth to see if life is once again viable.

Falling in love, the resilient robot protects her from a storm till the mothership comes to call her home…  (Notes by Alicia McGivern)

Tickets €4.80 per person, €14.40 family tickets (2 adults + 2 children, 1 adult + 3 children).

Screening as part of Futures Past: How Cinema of the Past Has Imagined Our Future, a season of films with guest speakers, presented in collaboration with Science Gallery Dublin.

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