What's on Today Sun 26 June

Watershed's first ever Gin Festival is taking place in our airy Café/Bar this summer. Join us for the best juniper-based spirits, alongside the perfect serve in the summer sun. Plus, throughout June we're offering 20% off G&T for cinema ticket holders - just show your ticket to a member of the bar staff when your order.

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The final release from legendary Japanese animation heroes Studio Ghibli before its hiatus, When Marnie Was There (from the director of Arrietty) is a suitably nostalgic, overwhelmingly moving story about a lonely 12-year-old who meets a mysterious new friend.

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At once blistering and poetic, the ravages of colonialism cast a dark shadow over the South American landscape in this Oscar®-nominated ethnographic odyssey through the heart of the Amazon, which sees a shaman lead two explorers through the wilderness.

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A landmark in British social realist filmmaking, Ken Loach's debut feature film was a kitchen-sink drama starring Carol White (Cathy Come Home) as a working-class single mother living in the London slums.

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Gomorrah director Matteo Garrone makes his English language debut with this gloriously mad, rigorously imagined, sumptuously erotic and hilariously created world of fairytales for grown ups starring Salma Hayek, Toby Jones, John C. Reilly and Vincent Cassel.

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Israeli video artist Omer Fast delivers a startling adaptation of Tom McCarthy’s mind-bending first novel in this stylish and complex London-set thriller about a man trying to reassemble his life after losing his memory following a debilitating accident.

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This sophisticated melodrama about life, death, romance and motherhood from Julio Medem (Sex and Lucia) stars Penélope Cruz as a woman whose grace and enormous capacity for love guide her through tragedies and miracles.

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