WALL-E - free screening
English | USA | 2008 | 98 mins | Cert: G | Dir: Andrew Stanton
In her current exhibition, Irish artist Isabel Nolan explores our past, present and future. Reflecting on the last year, Nolan explores ‘the feeling that everything we know is profoundly temporary and perpetually on the verge of disintegration’. This film has been chosen in association with the exhibition.
When Mankind is forced to abandon the Earth, the waste allocation robot WALL-E is left behind.
For hundreds of years he continues doing the job he was made for until he encounters EVE, a search robot sent to explore whether the planet has become habitable again.
This award-winning animation from Finding Nemo director Andrew Stanton is genuine, moving and beautifully crafted.
Limited capacity due to Social Distancing. Seats must be booked in advance - no door sales. Only those available on the seating map can be occupied - no changing or moving seats in the auditorium permitted. Select seats according to your party size. For groups of larger than 4 or wheelchair bookings contact Box Office on 046 909 2300.