Adapted from the namesake novel by Penelope Fitzgerald, "The Bookshop" is directed by Isabel Coixet. Featuring Emily Mortimer, Patricia Clarkson, Bill Nighy, Hunter Tremayne, Honor Kneafsey and James Lance, the film focuses on the story of a funny town and two determined women. It premiered in Berlin Film Festival and won "Best Film," "Best Director" and "Best Scenario" awards at the Goya Awards.The production, which is about courage, optimism and a love of books, is set in 1950s Britain.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" stars Christ Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
Also featuring Jeff Goldblum, James Cromwell, Toby Jones, BD Wong and Daniella Pineda, the film follows Owen and Claire's attempts to save dinosaurs from a volcanic eruption four years after Jurassic World was destroyed.
Produced by Steven Spielberg and Frank Marshall, the action-adventure was written by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly.
Borg / McEnroe
Directed by Janus Metz, "Borg / McEnroe" stars Shia Labeouf, Sverrir Gudnason, Stellan Skarsgard and Tuva Novotny.
The biography follows the struggle between legendary tennis players, Swedish Björn Borg and American John McEnroe.
Premiered at Sundance Film Festival, "Hereditary" is the first feature film of Ari Aster. The film revolves around the story of a young girl who discovers gruesome secrets in her family's past after her grandmother's death.
Written by Ari Aster, the horror features Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro and Ann Dowd.
Elias og Storegaps Hemmelighet
Directed by Will Ashurst and Simen Alsvik, the Norwegian production "Elias og Storegaps hemmelighet" (Anchors up: Boats to the Rescue) follows an illegal operation that young rescue boat Elias tries to reveal.
Hurvinek a Kouzelne Museum
Directed by Martin Kotik and Inna Evlannikova, the other animation of the week "Hurvinek a kouzelne museum" (Harvie and the Magic Museum) focuses on the adventures of Harive and his friends who try to save a magic museum and their city.
The Turkish horror film of the week, "Zohak," is directed by Adem Uğur. The film tells the struggle of a woman who tries to carry on with her life after overcoming a trauma with a supernatural power. Written by Adem Uğur and Ali Dadlı, the film features Seda Kement, Erkan Çelik, Abdullah Şekeroğlu, Bülent Yaşık and Gamze Bayraktar.