A FILM about the state of the planet is being shown at the Riverside Centre tomorrow (2), following the Isle of Wight Extinction Rebellion March and picnic at the Church on the Roundabout.

The Bruce Parry film Tawai: A Voice from the Forest (U) will be shown at 4pm and is free to watch, although there will be donations taken for Greenpeace and the Palm Oil Campaign — look out for someone dressed as an Orangutan, carrying a collection bucket.

Full of wit and invention, Donizetti’s comic opera La Fille Du Régiment can be watched via live satellite broadcast at Ventnor Arts Club tomorrow (2).

Allow five hours, from 5.30pm to 10.30pm, for this treat from the Metropolitan Opera.

Also at the club, on Tuesday (5) at 7.30pm, watch Edie (12A), starring Sheila Hancock, who packs an old camping bag, leaves her life behind and embarks on an adventure she never got to have — climbing the imposing Mount Suilven in Scotland.

The third screening of the week at Ventnor Arts Club is First Man (PG), which is on at 7.30pm on Thursday (7).

Following their smash hit La La Land, Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling reteam for the riveting story of NASA's mission to land a man on the moon. This first-person account of Neil Armstrong's journey explores the sacrifices and cost of one of the most dangerous missions in history.

Friends of Freshwater Library are showing a Street Cat Named Bob (12) on Wednesday (6) at 7.30pm.

A stray ginger cat transforms the life of a homeless London street musician and recovering drug addict. Part of the proceeds of the evening will help the Island's homeless.

Christ Church in Sandown show monthly family films. Tonight (1) they are showing Smallfoot (PG) at 6.30pm. Free entry, refreshments available.