A lonely waste-collecting robot on the abandoned Earth in the year 2815 CE unexpectedly falls in love with another robot and manages to save the human race in this hilarious and touching computer-animated feature from writer-director Andrew Stanton. One of the most unusual and ambitious films in the Pixar filmography, it won an Animated Feature Film Oscar and earned nominations for its original screenplay, sound mixing, sound editing, score, and the Peter Gabriel song “Down To Earth.”

DIRECTED BY: Andrew Stanton. WRITTEN BY: Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon. STORY BY: Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter. WITH: Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Jeff Garlin, Fred Willard. 2008. 97 min. USA. Color. Scope. English. Rated G; suitable for ages 5+. 35mm. Print courtesy of the Academy Film Archive.
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Family Workshop in Shirley Temple Education Studio
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The Education team invites families to join museum educators in celebrating Earth Day! Our Earth Day workshop is inspired by the film WALL-E (2008). We encourage visitors to attend the screening at 11am in the Ted Mann Theater, presented as part of our weekly Family Matinees film series.