What's on Today Fri 31 July

Summer Animated Adventures: Song of The Sea PG

13:00, 15:20

A gorgeous hand-drawn animation inspired by Celtic magic and folklore - this time inspired by the ancient Irish legend of the Selkies, magical beings who live as seals in the water and as humans on land.

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Amy 15

14:40, 20:20

Fresh from Cannes and a triumphant critical reception, Amy reunites the team behind the award-winning Senna, including director Asif Kapadia, to tell the incredible story of the glorious rise and heartbreaking fall of Amy Winehouse.

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Salt of the Earth 12A(S)

17:40

A documentary looking back at his life's work of photographer Sebastião Salgado. A stunning visual odyssey that allows us to see the world through the eyes of one of the greatest image-makers of the last century.

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The Wonders 15(S)

17:50

Winner of last year's Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, Alice Rohrwacher's The Wonders is a quiet, enchanting coming-of-age tale about a unique family in the Italian countryside.

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London Road 15

18:20

Rufus Norris’s feature film adaptation of his acclaimed National Theatre production is an utterly gripping, macabre and very moving cine-opera in a reportage verbatim style, that deals with the 2006 Ipswich serial murders and their complex psychological effect on the inhabitants of London Road.

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Eden 15(S)

20:30

The exhilarating latest from Mia Hansen-Love (Father of My Children, Goodbye First Love) traces the rise of the 'French touch' generation of house music - one that spawned superstars like Daft Punk and Cassius - from the 1990s to the present day.

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The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson 15

20:40

A terminal cancer diagnosis proves more liberating than traumatic for the legendary rock-guitarist Wilko Johnson in Julien Temple’s (Oil City Confidential, Glastonbury) freeform documentary. Both joyful and thoughtful, this is Temple's second film about the ex-leader of Dr. Feelgood. Wilko’s unexpectedly buoyant response to very bad news makes for a film about saying goodbye that is without grief, fear or regret.

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