TOP 5: Pick of the best film

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Mr Smith Goes To Wash­ing­ton: This clas­sic 1939 Frank Capra movie stars James Stew­art and Claude Rains in a tale of po­lit­i­cal moral­ity. Fol­low­ing the screen­ing at Hyde Park Pic­ture­house in Leeds on Sun­day there will be a dis­cus­sion with Dr Carl Fox. Madama But­ter­fly (En­core): If you missed the Royal Opera House live via satel­lite per­for­mance, var­i­ous cin­e­mas across the re­gion are show­ing it again. In Ilk­ley it takes place on Sun­day. For de­tails visit www. ilk­l­eycin­ema.co.uk/arts-cin­ema Car­avag­gio (15):

Derek Jar­man’s biopic of the cel­e­brated Re­nais­sance artist in­cludes a great cast with

Dex­ter Fletcher, Tilda Swin­ton, Sean Bean and Rob­bie Coltrane. It is be­ing screened to­mor­row at Heb­den Bridge Pic­ture­house on 35mm Reel Film. Box of De­lights: Award­win­ning short films in­clud­ing A Sunny Day and Whistle­less, aimed at ages four to seven, from the Bri­tish An­i­ma­tion Awards will be shown to­mor­row at Sh­effield Work­sta­tion. For more de­tails visit www.show­room­work­sta­tion.org.uk. The Olive Tree: A spir­ited young woman called Alma sets off on a jour­ney from the East coast of Spain to Ger­many to re­trieve an an­cient olive tree for her ail­ing grand­fa­ther. The film is at Hull In­de­pen­dent Cin­ema on April 4.

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