Film Fest Brings Regional and International Filmmakers to Reading

Filmmakers from around the world have descended to Reading for the weekend to take part in the 4th annual Reading Film Festival. Featuring everything from full length narrative films, short films, to documentary’s, filmmakers have traveled from far away as Melbourne, Australia to attend.

Friday nights opening gala kicked off the weekend long event, letting everyone meet each other and grab a bite to eat. We caught up with a few of the filmmakers on the red carpet to learn more about their films and why they chose visit to Reading.

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“We understand the importance of festivals in creating opportunities for filmmakers to meet their audiences, network with other professionals and promote their films. By supporting filmmakers, we’ve learned that our audience benefits by being able to engage in truly meaningful dialogue with the creators of film.” – Reading Film Fest

Reading Film Fest is screening films all weekend long at the Reading IMAX 11, GoggleWorks, WCR, and Boyertown State Theatre. For a complete schedule of films and movie times visit readingfilmfest.com.

Must See Films

Reading Film Fest has a lot to offer, here are our top picks for the weekend. Also, be sure to pick up an all access pass and skip the ticket line at the theater. Click or tap the title below for show times.

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16 Mins: “Emotionally Powerful”
Bryce and Liam Go To Space: “Irresistibly Funny”
My Dad and Bob Todd: “Lively and Refreshing”
Incredibly Smart, Sexy, Bombshell Co-ed Named Debra: “Side Splittingly Funny”
Don’t Look: “Amazingly Twisted”
Elevator Man: “Simple, Witty, and Smart”
Long Lost: “Mesmerizing and Unnerving”
Something: “Strangely Suspenseful”
The Pitch: “Oddly Ordinary”

Red Carpet Interview Playlist

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