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MiLAN Film Festival: WALL-E (2008)

Join MiLAN Collective for a week of health-based film screenings and discussion on the theme of LOVE at Newcastle Medical School

  • Tuesday 14th February 2017 18:00 (4 hours)
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  • Learn

WALL-E (2008)

In the distant future, a small waste-collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind, and falls in love!


  • Dr Adrian Lloyd
  • Dr Andrew Shail
  • William Fiennes (TBC)
  • Professor Richard Thomson

Discussion themes: 

'A Green and Pleasant Future?': Loneliness, Wellbeing and What it Means to be Human, Public Health and the Films of Disney-Pixar.

Tuesday 14th February, 18:00-22:00

Doors will open at 6pm and stalls, foyer activities and refreshments will be available from this time.

Creative arts practitioners and charity and health sector workers and groups will exhibit and perform in the David Shaw Lecture Theatre Foyer in the hour before the film starts - please come and join in for the activities and discussion.

Screening & Discussion starts at 7pm prompt: An expert panel of speakers will deliver a short introduction on their area of specialism ahead of the film screening and will facilitate a Q&A following the film around the themes highlighted.

Screenings are FREE and open to ALL.


  • David Shaw Lecture Theatre
  • Medical School, Newcastle University
  • Newcastle upon Tyne
  • NE2 4HH

MiLAN Film Festival: WALL-E (2008) Discussion

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  • Ian Fairclough
    19th January 2017

    I liked WALL-E.

    I saw it in the cinema & on the TV.

    Very thought provoking.

    A robot with a heart - lol.

    A clever space ship captain who learned about humanity & life.

    Now if you combine WALL-E with the Amazon Echo & the Elli.Q then you are definitely into an interesting future.

    I forgot to add: "Think carefully about the possible unintended consequences of your actions. Altering nature is not always a good idea."

    Elli.Q has discovered television, and would rather talk to the TV, than chat with its/her/his owner.