This animated classic from Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki, tells a story of gods, spirits and mythical legends, when the young warrior Ashitaka tries to find peace between humans and animals when the harmony they've long enjoyed begins to crumble.
During his journey, he sees humans destroying the natural world, bringing with it the wrath of a wolf god and a fierce young woman - Princess Mononoke.
A story of conflict and the search for peace between humans and nature, Princess Mononoke is a truly original tale and critically acclaimed animated classic.
Taking place at Sheffield's historic Abbeydale Picture House - a Grade II listed 1920's picture palace cinema, bringing the sense occasion to match this 35mm film screening of one of cinema's most iconic animated films.
Part of the Reel Steel Cult Weekender Film Festival.
Doors open 5pm
Princess Mononoke starts 6pm
Presented in 35mm - Japanese language with English subtitles
This film has a PG Certificate.