6.05pm, Wednesday 27th March (Japanese language/subtitled)
Witness the sorcery, discover the magic, embrace the adventure. Prepare to be spellbound by Film4's most complete Studio Ghibli Season yet, starting with the Oscar-winning Spirited Away...
Tune in throughout the Easter holidays for daily screenings of films ranging from Ponyo to Princess Mononoke, from My Neighbour Totoro to Howl's Moving Castle.
Two young girls become friends with the magical creatures who reside in the forest near their new home in Hayao Miyazaki's timeless family film. (English language)
An independent-minded office worker reflects on her formative years in 1960s Tokyo in this coming-of-age tale from Studio Ghibli co-founder Isao Takahata. (Japanese language/subtitled)
Hayao Miyazaki's epic, eco-conscious animated fantasy, in which a warrior princess must prevent an apocalyptic war on a desolate, dystopian future Earth. (Japanese language/subtitled)
Fred and Mick, two old friends now approaching 80, are on vacation together in an elegant hotel at the foot of the Alps. The two friends know that their time is quickly running out, and they decide to face their future together.
Randolph Scott stars in a Western about a former spy who relocates to Ariozna to join a gold robbbery, but quickly reassesses his decision
On Film4: 21 Apr 1:05PM
Mike Leigh's next project will look at Peterloo - the infamous 1819 massacre by government forces at a peaceful pro-democracy rally at St Peter's Field in Manchester, when 700 working people were inju
Four Film4-backed films ¿ Todd Haynes¿ Carol, Yorgos Lanthimos' The Lobster, Paolo Sorrentino¿s Youth and Justin Kurzel¿s Macbeth ¿ have been invited into official selection at this year¿s Cannes film
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John Cusack stars as Edgar Allen Poe in this crime thriller about a murderer whose methods are inspired by Poe's stories, part of Crime & Mystery Season on Film4