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New in cinemas this week is highly-rated new romantic drama Call Me By Your Name, which arrives fresh from wowing critics at the London Film Festival. Detailing a passionate and unexpected romance between two young men, director Luca Guadagnino's picture is both a touching coming-of-age story about first love and an invitation to embrace and celebrate life.
Also released are Thor: Ragnarok, a colourful new Marvel adventure from Hunt for the Wilderpeople director Taiki Waititi, and Breathe, Andy Serkis' directorial debut, an emotional true story about a young man struck down with polio who refuses to be limited by his condition and inspired change in the treatment of disabled people around the world.
Thor is pitted in a gladiatorial contest against his friend and ally the Hulk, while also trying to save his native planet of Asgard from destruction.
Age group11+ years
The true story of a couple whose lives change after the man is struck down with polio and left paralysed, leaving his wife to care for him.
Age group11–16 years
Note: Film ordering will be suspended from 10:00am on 30 October until mid January while we establish a new DVD distribution service. Please ensure you place your order before 10:00am on 30 October to ensure you have films to enjoy in the interim period. Find out more.
New to order on DVD this week is Marc Webb's Gifted, which sees a bitter custody battle develop when a young girl named Mary's extraordinary skill at mathematics come to light: will her talent be nurtured by her grandmother, or suppressed by her uncle? Gifted's charming cast help it deal with some difficult topics (such as the loss of a parent) in an accessible way.
Reincarnation of the classic horror which sees the world plunged into terror after an ancient princess emerges from her tomb.
Age group14–16 years
Available to stream
Greg and the Heffley family set out on a road trip they will never forget in the fourth of the much-loved Diary of a Wimpy Kid adaptations.
Age group5–11 years
Tense drama about a family trapped inside a house in Damscus, Syria as war rages all around them.
Age group16+ years
This mammoth undertaking charts the life and death of artist Vincent Van Gogh, with every single frame of the film actually a painting in Van Gogh's own style.
Reading time 6 mins
With the Into Film Festival just around the corner, we've picked out some highlights from out extensive UK-wide programme of free films and events.
Reading time 8 mins
Our curation team pick out the best films from this year's BFI London Film Festival, letting you know which titles to look out for over the next 12 months.
Reading time 10 mins
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