You can borrow up to six DVDs for a week from your local library for a small hire charge. You can reserve them online after they're three months old.
Most DVDs include sound or subtitles in several languages, and some also have audio description (AD) of locations, expressions, clothing and other key visual elements.
Premiere DVDs – latest releases
Premiere DVDs are new releases of the latest popular films for adults and children. You'll need to visit the library to borrow them as you can't reserve them online yet. They have a 'premiere sticker' on the front cover.
- Wreck-it Ralph
Disney animated feature following an arcade game villain who is tired of being the bad guy. Released 3 June.
- Martha Marcy May Marlene
A fleeing cult member struggles to re-adapt to life with her sister's family in this award-winning psychological drama. Released 3 June.
- I give it a year
After a year of marriage a pair of newlyweds begin to suspect that they've made the wrong choice in this British comedy. Released 3 June.
Political biopic set during the last few months of President Abraham Lincoln's life, which saw the ending of slavery and the Union victory in the American Civil War. Released 10 June.
Chronicles the personal and professional relationship between legendary director Hitchcock and his wife Alma Reville during the making of his 1960 classic 'Psycho'. Released 17 June.
- Hansel and Gretel: Witch hunters
Action comedy inspired by Grimm's fairytales, 15 years after the young Hansel and Gretel escape from the child-eating witch, they have become famous bounty hunters. Released 24 June.
- Song for Marion
Arthur is a grumpy old codger whose wife, Marion, is terminally ill and keen to spend her last days singing in an unconventional OAPs choir. Released 24 June.
Theatrical temperaments and old hostilities flare as a new member joins a retirement home for former artistes and opera singers.
- 'Alex Cross'
Detective Alex Cross meets his ultimate match in serial killer Picasso. Based on James Patterson's novel.
- 'The impossible'
Disaster drama set in Thailand during the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami.
- 'Les miserables'
Musical based on Victor Hugo's novel set in 19th-century France, where prisoner Jean Valjean breaks his parole and spends the next two decades fleeing from obsessive police inspector Javert.
- 'The sessions'
Drama about the sexual awakening of a life-long polio sufferer, based on a true story.
- Trouble with the curve
Drama about veteran baseball scout struggling to keep up with the demands of his job as his eyesight deteriorates.
- Django unchained
Academy Award-winning western on a freed slave who sets out to rescue his wife from a merciless plantation owner.
- Playing for keeps
Romantic comedy with former footballer and womaniser, George, who decides to redeem his wicked ways by coaching his son's football team.
- Gangster squad
Crime drama set in 1940s Los Angeles, inspired by the real life story of vicious mob boss Mickey Cohen and the LAPD officers who tried to bring him down.
- Parental guidance
Comedy about grandparents struggling to come to terms with modern parenting techniques.
'The Hobbit: an unexpected journey'
- 'The heist'
Art heist comedy starring Christopher Walken, William H. Macy and Morgan Freeman.
- 'The Hobbit: an unexpected journey'
Adventures of Hobbit Bilbo Baggins in Middle-Earth, 60 years before events in 'The Lord of the Rings'.
- 10 years
Romantic comedy drama following a group of friends who reconnect at their high school reunion.
- Seven psychopaths
Crime caper about screenwriter Marty who gets entangled with the LA underworld after a dognapping.
- Being Flynn
An estranged father and son attempt to reconnect in this drama based on writer Nick Flynn's memoir.
- The oranges
Romantic comedy in which the friendship between two families is tested by an unexpected relationship.
- Life of Pi
Zookeeper's son Pi Patel becomes stranded on a small boat in the Pacific Ocean with a hyena, zebra, orangutan and Bengal tiger.
'The twighlight saga: Breaking dawn part 2'
Standard DVDs – films you can reserve
After they've been in stock for three months, you can reserve DVDs online to collect at any library.