The votes are in and we can reveal that the top three films (with percentage votes cast) as voted by our audiences are:Amelie (18%) Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri (16%) Cinema Paradiso (15%)
So we will be showing Cinema Paradiso at a free screening on Thursday 26th March 2020. The other two will be scheduled in our Summer and Winter seasons this year.
Thank you for everyone who participated and please enjoy seeing these classic films again this year. …
The paper votes are in and we have shortlisted the top two films from each decade into your top ten film choices. A short summary of each film is given after the voting table below.
Please vote for your favourite from the list below. Remember you can only vote once and your vote will be recorded when you click on the film entry.
Voting closes on 24th January and results will be announced on 30th January. We will then show …
Want to know more about how RFT is run and even get more involved? Then why not come along to the RFT Annual General Meeting to be held on Monday 16th December at 7.30pm in Park House on the Reading University campus. All our members are most welcome to attend but please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you are coming.…
RFT is run by an amazing team of volunteers and we have some vacancies for the autumn season.
We're currently looking for a Membership Secretary whose main tasks include updating the membership list, running/organising the membership desk on film nights and promoting the benefits of RFT membership to the wider community.
If you would like to know more please email email@example.com with the name of the role you would like information about in the subject bar. The deadline for applications …
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The Reading Film Theatre is Reading’s only independent film cinema, showing a range of art-house, foreign language and independent films as well as the occasional mainstream blockbuster. In 2020 we are proud to be celebrating our 50th year. The RFT began as a joint project between the British Film Institute and the University of Reading. …
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