What's on: FILM

What's showing at local film clubs.

Wokingham Film Society

Wokingham Film Society

 

See schedule below

 

Whitty Theatre, Luckley House School, Luckley Road, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 3EU

How to get there.

Formed in 2013 to bring independent cinema back to Wokingham, Wokingham Film Society usually screens on the 2nd Thursday each month, at:

 

The Whitty Theatre, Luckley House School, Luckley Road, Wokingham RG40 3EU. (How to get there)

 

WINTER-SPRING 2019 FILM PROGRAMME:

DAY
DATE
TIME
FEATURE FILMDESCRIPTION
Thursday
28th Mar
7.30pm
In the Fade (18) Golden Globe winner - best foreign film: Cannes winner best actress Diane Kruger. Katja's life collapses after the death of her husband and son in a bomb attack. After a time of mourning and injustice, Katja seeks revenge.
Wednesday
10th Apr
1.30pm
(NOTE TIME)
Grease (PG) ALL TICKETS £5 for this 70s classic musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. A dementia friendly screening with free tea/coffee and cake after the show.
Thursday
11th Apr
7.30pm
Shoplifters (15) Written and directed by Hirokazu Koreeda (Our Little Sister). Palme D'Or winner at Cannes 2018. A family of small-time crooks take in a child they find on the street.

Tickets are competitively priced at £6.50, £4 for members (see website for details of how to join) and can be booked online at ticketsource.co.uk/wfs.

Or just turn up! Doors open at least 30 minutes before the performance.

More information: wokinghamfilmsociety.com.

Reading Film Theatre

Reading Film Theatre

 

See schedule below

 

Palmer Building, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 2AH

How to get there & car parks.

Note: some films are in the the Minghella Building, which is next door to the Palmer Building.

Reading Film Theatre was established 40 years ago as an independent cinema with a policy to show the best films from around the world. RFT receives no grants and hires the largest auditorium from the University on a regular basis, using its own equipment and employing RFT staff, many of whom are volunteers.

The cinema is open to everyone. Being based on a university campus, it screens films only during term time. It aims to screen at least one foreign language film (subtitled in English) each week, the rest of the programme being a mix of both mainstream and independent cinema, primarily from the UK and North America.

 

Reading Film Theatre Spring 2019 Film Programme:

DATECINEMATIME FEATURE FILM
Thursday 14th MarchPalmer Building8pmBeautiful Boy (more info)
Tuesday 19th MarchPalmer Building7.45pmBurning (Beoning) (more info)
Thursday 21st MarchPalmer Building7.45pmCan You Ever Forgive Me? (more info)
Tuesday 26th MarchPalmer Building7.45pmBorder (Gräns) (more info)
Thursday 28th MarchPalmer Building7.45pmColette (more info)
Click to book tickets online

FREE parking available after 5.30pm - park only in a marked space.

Tickets: £7 for Members; £6 for Member concessions; £9 for non-Members; £8 for non-Member concessions (seniors or unemployed); £5 students.
> Annual membership £25 (Students £10) incls. 2 free tickets.
> For details of Premium Season tickets and more readingfilmtheatre.co.uk/membership/
> Members may reserve seats.

Book tickets online discounted by £1 at TicketSource (plus booking fee 50p) or call the Box Office on 0118 378 7151.

Doors open 45 minutes before the performance.

More information: readingfilmtheatre.co.uk.

Stand Up Cinema at Rising Sun Arts Centre

Visit Rising Sun Arts Centre website

Visit Rising Sun Arts Centre website

3rd Friday each month

7.30pm

Rising Sun Arts Centre, 30 Silver Street, Reading RG1 2ST

How to get there.

On the third week of every month we dim the lights and whip out the popcorn for a hidden gem or long-forgotten classic.

Future films to be announced

Short films by local artists/film makers shown before feature at 7.30pm.

Main feature at 8.00pm

Tickets: £4.

Contrary to popular myth, chairs are actually provided at the Rising Sun's Stand-Up Cinema nights.

More information: www.risingsunartscentre.org.

By the way, if you'd like to show a short film why not drop a line to us by email. They don't have to be the finished article, just ten minutes long or less...