Saturday, 27th July 2013 at 7:12 am
WALL-E (Wednesday, BBC3) Pixar’s Monsters University is still in cinemas, but you can catch this classic on TV
MY NEIGHBOURS THE YAMADAS (Thursday, Film4) Kicking off a season of movies from Japan’s Studio Ghibli, which includes Arietty and Ponyo
ICE AGE 4: CONTINENTAL DRIFT (From Friday Sky Movies Premiere) For satellite viewers, another ecologically-themed farce with the Palaeolithic critters
THE HOST (DVD and Blu-Ray) Twilight author Stephenie Meyer provides tweens with a new fix of supernatural romance
STAR WARS: THE COMPLETE SAGA (DVD, Blu-Ray) Episode VII is coming, so why not revisit the original six films?
…OR COME SHINE Why not catch a movie outdoors?
SKYFALL Friday 2 August Kensington Palace, London Pop-up cinema Luna is moving through the capital in August, notably to the gardens of the royal palace
FINDING NEMO Saturday 3 August Brighton’s Big Screen, Brighton Join Ratatouille and Shark Tale in a season of films showing at this special screen by the sea
KES Wednesday 14 August Somerset House, London At “London’s best-loved open-air cinema”, it’s mostly adult fare, but this 1969 Ken Loach favourite about a boy and his kestrel will please all ages
GREASE SINGALONG Sunday August 11 Shaw House, Berkshire Karaoke-friendly showing of the 50s-set musical, which may please mums and dads as much as little ones
ET THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL Thursday 29 August Caversham Court Gardens, near Reading Enjoy Spielberg’s iconic homesick alien from a deckchair or beanbag