Our new season starts on Thursday 22 September with When Marnie was There, the latest offering from Studio Ghibli. The following week we will be showing Almodovar’s beautiful new film, Julieta and the very amusing Love and Friendship. Membership for this year costs £25 and, for those of you who have not yet renewed, our membership desk will be open before each film for the first few weeks of the season . If you prefer to do so you can download the form from our website and complete it in advance – or you can pick up a form to complete at the desk.
We open our summer season on Tuesday 19 April with the Coen brothers´new film, Hail, Caesar! Highlights of the new season include A Bigger Splash on Thursday 5 May (look out for what has been described as Ralph Fiennes´best performance so far!) and the beautifully moving Turkish film Mustang on Tuesday 7 June. For those of you following the award season we are happy to advise that our programme includes some of this year´s winners: The Big Short (Best Adapted Screenplay) on Tuesday 26 April and Son of Saul (Best Foreign Language film) on Thursday 2 June. To mark National Refugee Week we will showing Nicky´s Family in partnership with Reading Refugee Support Group, on Tuesday 21 June. A panel discussion will follow the film. You will notice that some films have been marked with a distinctive symbol. This is part of an iniciative to promote films written or directed by women or with a significant female character. For more information on this exciting new scheme please visit this section in our website. For anyone who has not yet joined RFT please note that membership for this season costs just £10. 2015-2016 membership finishes at the end of the summer season. Why not tale advantage of this great offer? We are also now offering cushions to our members for added comfort. There are available on a first come first served basis.
Reading Film Theatre
PO BOX 217
Telephone: 0118 378 7151
Reading Film Theatre is a Registered Charity run almost entirely by volunteers and relies on income from Membership and Box Office and does not receive any grants towards its running costs. You can help support RFT by giving a donation that will support the only independent cinema left in Reading.