School STEM screenings of WALL-E and RADIOACTIVE at Picturehouse Cinemas

School STEM screenings of WALL-E and RADIOACTIVE at Picturehouse Cinemas

Picturehouse cinemas are doing two sets of STEM focused events for schools during Science Week 6th-15th March. The two sets of events are screenings of WALL-E accompanied by talks from scientists for Primary schools (KS2 - details including dates. locations and speakers are here) and schools-only previews RADIOACTIVE, the new film about Marie Curie, for Secondary schools - some screenings also feature a talk from a scientist (KS3 & 4 - details are here).

Ticket Prices

Screenings are available by request on weekday mornings starting at approx 10/10.30am (subject to availability) and are £4 per student for groups of 25 or more students, or a flat fee of £100 for smaller groups. 1 free staff place is allocated per 10 students, and any additional adults are £4 per person. We recommend requesting a screening at least 2 weeks in advance.

How to Request a Booking

Please complete the Picturehouse Education booking request form HERE with as much information as possible.

A member of the team will come back to you within 2 working days.

Locations

A full list of Picturehouse cinema locations can be found HERE

More About the Film

RADIOACTIVE (12A)
Director: Marjane Satrapi. UK. 2020. 110 mins.
Radioactive is the incredible, true story of Marie Skłodowska-Curie (Rosamund Pike) and her ground-breaking scientific achievements. In Paris, 1893, Marie meets fellow scientist Pierre Curie (Sam Riley). The pair go on to marry, raise two daughters and change the face of science forever by jointly winning the Nobel Prize for the discovery of radium in 1903. Marie Curie was the first female scientist to win the esteemed prize and the first person to win the award in two different fields – Physics and Chemistry. Her work broke down many barriers in science and played a leading role in redefining women's role in society and science. She has been a role model for generations of scientists and a large amount of modern research is directly based on her activities. Perfect for Key Stage 3 Science and History students, the film will be relevant to numerous topics, including The discovery of Polonium or Radium; Women in science; Early uses of radiography; Medicine on the battlefield; Early theories of the atom; Key figures in the 20th century; The history of medicine; Atomic history; The history of women in 20th century; The history of women in science; 20th century science history.  

Watch the trailer HERE.

Files

Age4-5, 5-7, 7-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19, FE/HE
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