World Space Week Film Season

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Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

Planet of the Apes (1968, PG)

When his spacecraft crash lands on a strange planet in the year 3978, astronaut Taylor is simply glad to be alive. But barely has he stumbled from his vessel before he discovers the terrifying nature of this new world – a planet harshly governed by incredibly advanced apes, with what seem like humans forced to act as slaves.

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About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

Galaxy Quest (1999, PG)


Fighting aliens is all in a day’s work for the cast of famous TV sci-fi show Galaxy Quest – actors pretending to be aliens, that is. Then one day the crew of the starship (who all appear to hate each other off-screen) find their fictional job has suddenly become real – and they have a crisis to deal with many light years from Earth. A clever, laugh-out-loud comedy that makes fun of classic sci-fi shows, but has much more to offer than just jokes about clingy costumes and pointy ears.

Go to the next page to see the next movie in the season!

About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980, U)

The second of the six Star Wars movies to be filmed, this is probably the darkest of the bunch. The rebels have destroyed the Death Star, but continue to fight the evil Empire. Luke Skywalker travels to Dagobah to receive his Jedi training from Yoda, but Han Solo and Princess Leia are betrayed by an old friend, and captured by Darth Vader. Luke attempts to rescue them, but during an intense lightsaber battle with Vader, some devastating secrets are revealed.

Go to the next page to see the next movie in the season!

About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

Explorers (1985, U)

Director Joe Dante’s Explorers is an inventive fantasy adventure in which two kids build their own space craft in a suburban garage – and encounter aliens who are able to communicate because they’ve absorbed earthling culture through 60s TV. Riotously good fun as it makes use of a whole host of amazing special effects, the film also boasts eye-catching early performances from stars Ethan Hawke and River Phoenix.

Go to the next page to see the next movie in the season!

About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

Flight of the Navigator (1986, U)


This fun sci-fi adventure from Disney broke new ground in its day for its pioneering use of computer-generated effects. After young David Scott Freeman takes a tumble in the woods, he wakes to learn that eight years have passed – but he hasn’t aged one day. Tests reveal that David’s time away may be linked to a mysterious alien spacecraft being held by NASA, and when the boy makes contact with the UFO he discovers he can unlock its secrets.

Go to the next page to see the next movie in the season!

About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

In the Shadow of the Moon (2007, U)

This amazing documentary sheds fresh light on what was perhaps the single most inspiring achievement of the 20th century – the landing of man on the moon. 24 humans have travelled to the moon, and 12 have walked on its surface – and nine of the latter group are interviewed here. This astonishing movie features previously unseen footage from NASA’s own archives – jaw-dropping pictures of Earth as seen from space that underline the beauty and fragility of our world, as well as humanity’s ability to turn science fiction into fact.

Go to the next page to see the next movie in the season!

About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

Our friends, the educational charity, Filmclub are celebrating World Space Week with this 7 movie season!

World Space Week is all about celebrating the dark unknown that is Space. This film season’s looking at aliens, rocket ships and everything inbetween!

For All Mankind (1989, E)

This stunning movie was pieced together from the archive footage of the Apollo missions, the huge US project that took men to the moon for the first time. Rather than make a conventional documentary, director Al Reinert has created the story of one trip to the moon from bits of many missions, with a soundtrack of the original conversations between the astronauts and ground control, plus later interviews with the men who went into space. The result is beautiful and awe-inspiring.

That’s it for this film season! We hope you enjoy World Space Week and this great season to go along with it!

About FILMCLUB

FILMCLUB is a nationwide education charity and experts in film for young people. The initiative offers access to thousands of popular and classic films from around the world for young people and teachers to watch and discuss in their school film clubs.

If you would like a club in your school as your teacher to visit www.filmclub.org for more information. And don’t forget you can browse the website for fantastic film recommendations for all the family!

Click here to find out more about FILMCLUB

 

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