The votes are in and the Members' choice for the film in June is Red Joan. With over 60% of the vote cast by members it was the overwhelming favourite.
Based on the true story of Joan Stanley, who was exposed as the KGB's longest-serving British spy, the film is directed by Trevor Nunn and stars Judi Dench as Joan. The film will be shown on Thursday 6th June 2019.
RFT chairperson Juliet Hanfling was a guest on Debbie McGee's Radio Berkshire Sunday morning show this week. Debbie quizzed Juliet about the difference between the multiplexes and independent cinemas such as RFT. She was also intrigued to understand the F-rating that RFT uses to highlight films made by and featuring women in lead roles. If you would like to hear the interview again you can do so on BBC Sounds here. The interview is about 48 minutes into the …
“Three chords and the truth”, is the moto of aspiring country singer and ex-con single mum, Rose-Lynn, living in Glasgow but dreaming of Nashville (Jessie Buckley). Look out for the cameo from the legend that is Whispering Bob Harris in this uplifting film. Thurs, 8pm @RFT_Cinemapic.twitter.com/i4D6lpyXKI
So looking forward to watching the latest film by RFT patron, Peter Strickland, @InFabricMovie. Screening date for RFT is yet to be confirmed, but I'm sure it will be in our autumn season, hopefully, with a Q&A with the director. twitter.com/ArtificialEye/…
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