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Summer Season 2016 at RFT

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 …

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Summer Season Arrives at RFT

Our new season at RFT offers the best selection of great films. Opening the season on Tuesday 7 April we will be showing Peter Strickland's new film, The Duke of Burgundy. Peter, patron of RFT and a former University of Reading student, will be providing a Q & A session after the film.

As usual our programme includes some of this year's Oscar winners: Selma (Best Original Song) showing on Tuesday 28 April, Theory of Everything (Best Actor) on …

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Happy New Year @ RFT

Happy New Year from Reading Film Theatre and Welcome Back to our New Season of Exciting Films!

Highlights of our new programme include a special season of six Sci-Fi films to be shown in conjunction with South Hill Park (Bracknell) and Bracknell Film Society, supported by the Film Hub South East and the British Film Institute. As part of this, RFT will be showing the highly acclaimed Interstellar on Tuesday January 20th, as well as The Machine on …

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Welcome

Welcome back to a new season of exciting films at RFT!

As always, our programme includes a great variety of films with something to please everyone. Book group members will be pleased that we will be showing the films of Gone Girl and The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared, both of which have been popular book group choices. If you are planning to come to RFT with your fellow readers remember that we are …

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Happy New Year from everyone at RFT!

We welcome you back to a new season of great films, some of which have not yet been released to the big screen cinemas. Our season starts with the highly acclaimed Philomena starring Judi Dench, which I know that many of you will be eager to see and includes other highlights such as Gravity, Sunshine on Leith, Captain Phillips and Saving Mr Banks.

 

As usual, we have organised a number of events in collaboration with the …

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