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Miyazaki picked up an Oscar® for this sublime masterpiece, the first Ghibli film to be digitally animated and still Japan's highest grossing film ever. Chihiro is lost in a strange, deserted amusement park for spirits - can she save her parents and escape?Book Tickets
This engrossing Scandinavian crime drama is the first adaptation of the Department Q novels. A highly-strung police detective is now a pariah on the force after a shootout leaves one partner dead and the other paralysed.Book Tickets
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A Hitchcockian tension infuses this eco-terrorist thriller, confirming Kelly Reichardt's talent at capturing the realities of American life at a granular level of detail.Book Tickets
Now newly restored, Robert Wiene's classic of German expressionism is far more than a landmark of film history: to this day it remains unsettling, thought provoking and very impressive.Book Tickets
Stand-up comedian Donna's drunken one-night stand - and epic lapse in judgment - turns out to be the beginning of a hilarious and totally unplanned journey of self-discovery and empowerment.Book Tickets
Two time Cannes Palme d'Or winners Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne return with another deeply affecting social drama, this time combining their humanistic heart with the tautness and pace of a ticking-clock thriller.Book Tickets
All This Mayhem, a documentary about two street skaters who took on Tony Hawks, screens this month at Watershed. Here's our own adrenaline-fuelled collection from the archives.
With youth clubs constantly facing cuts or closure, this week's Rife highlight sees Jon Aitken met up with Bristol-based artist and musician Peter Tubey (aged 21), to find out how these youth centres have changed his life and provided him with incredible opportunities.