The International Film Series at the Edgartown Library kicked off on Tuesday with a dark comedy from France, directed by Francois Ozon. Catch the next installment of the eight-week series on Tuesday, October 21, at 7 pm. This week’s showing will be a 2014 film from Japan directed by Hirozaku Koreeda, in which “bloodlines and nurturing instincts collide when it’s discovered two babies were switched at birth.” All films are sponsored by Friends of the Edgartown Library, and admission is free. Viewings are recommended for adults only. For more information on film showings, call 508-627-4221 or visit edgartownlibrary.org.