ARTHOUSE evangelists can catch a German drama and and take a trip to the dark side with Darth Vader this week.

Tomorrow, Brading Roman Villa is screening Danny Boyle's latest film, Yesterday (PG-13), at 7pm.

The musical comedy tells the tale of a struggling musician who wakes up in an alternate timeline where The Beatles never existed.

Friends of Freshwater Library is also showing the film on Wednesday and Thursday, at 7pm.

On Sunday, Age UK IW are inviting Islanders to join them in the comfort of the deluxe screen at Cineworld to watch an exclusive screening of The Holiday (12A).

The film ­— in which two women troubled with guy-problems swap homes in each other's countries — starts at 4.30pm. To reserve a place, call 301343.

On Wednesday and Thursday, Ventnor Film Society is screening historical drama, Balloon (12A), at 7.30pm.

Native to Germany, the film captures the true adventure of two families, desperate to leave the DDR for the West, who hatch a crazy plan to flee in a home-made hot air balloon, risking imprisonment or death.

After weeks of stitching, on their first attempt, just metres shy of the West German border, their balloon crashes and the wreckage is found, triggering a desperate manhunt.

On Thursday, Ventnor Arts Club is screening Light Side: A Journey with David Prowse, at 7.30pm.

With rare and exclusive access to David Prowse, the British actor who portrayed Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy, the documentary brings a fresh perspective to a celebrated career.

Prowse also featured in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange and trained Christopher Reeve for 1978's Superman.