THERE are two very different films from different parts of the world being screened next week.

On Tuesday the heartwarming New Zealand comedy Hunt For The Wilderpeople is being shown at the Ellendue Centre in Wroughton by the village's community cinema group.

The film tells the story of a boy and his foster father who become the subjects of a manhunt when they get lost in the New Zealand wilderness.

It starts at 7.30pm.

It's the turn of Hungary the following night, when the Swindon Film Society shows Son Of Saul at the Arts Centre at 7.45pm.

This dark, powerful film is set in the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp and covers two days in the life of inmate Saul, who discovers among the dead the body of a young boy he believes to be his son. He desires a proper Jewish burial for the boy, but this involves difficult choices.

The film earned critical acclaim on its release and won many prizes, including the Grand Prix at Cannes in 2015.