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WALL-E

Directed by Andrew Stanton
98 min | 2008 | USA | Rated G

*Post-film presentation by Stephen Goldsmith is a craftsman, sculptor, and founder of Artspace, a non-profit organization that saved old buildings from demolition and developed affordable live/work space, childcare and educational facilities, and incubator space for non-profit agencies in Salt Lake City. He will speak to the notion of “cradle-to-cradle” thinking and this unique approach to environmental protection.

In the distant future, WALL-E, a garbage-collecting robot spends every day cleaning Earth, which has been abandoned and covered in waste. One day, WALL-E is visited by EVE, a sleek reconnaissance robot, sent to Earth to see if life is once again sustainable, and the two embark on a journey that will decide the fate of mankind.

Winner of 52 awards including the 2009 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

Presented as part of Science Movie Night with
Natural History Museum of UT

Featured, Salt Lake City, Science Movie Night

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 @ 7:00 PM9:00 PM MDT