november, 2016

11novAll Day13ReadingFilmFEST

Event Details

November 11-13
A great weekend of celebrating Filmmakers is planned for November 11, 12, and 13, 2016. The ReadingFilmFEST has announced the list of films selected for the 2016FEST. The full schedule can be found online at Films and events will happen in downtown Reading at The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, The GoggleWorks Theater, Reading Movies 11 & IMAX, and the Louis Long Gallery at GAPS.

Tickets are on sale now for the 2016 ReadingFilmFEST, and it’s probably the best deal in town. Three days of films by filmmakers from the Greater Reading area, across the States, and the world. Thirty-eight Independent films including Narrative, Educational Panels, Documentary Features, Shorts of any genre, and Made in Reading films all for $50. All- Access Passes are definitely the best ticket value, but you can purchase Flex-Passes ($20/30/40) or individual tickets ($8 pre-purchased/$10 at the door) for every event during the weekend.

ReadingFilmFEST will close the festival with a very special screening of a new John Putch (ATLAS SHRUGGED, AMERICAN PIE-BOOK OF LOVE, PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, ROUTE 30,COUGARTOWN, SCRUBS,) film. THE FATHER AND THE BEAR is a moving film about the theater and the challenges of dementia faced by its star actor. Putch shot the film at Totem Pole Playhouse in Chambersburg and will be on hand to discuss why he appreciates shooting films in “Smalltown” America.

For more information check our website; Facebook at; or Twitter @ReadingFilmFEST. Email us at or call 800-443-6610 ext. 1116.


november 11 (Friday) - 13 (Sunday)

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The Greater Philadelphia Film Office (GPFO) is a "film commission" representing southeastern Pennsylvania that officially serves the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia.

We are a member of the Association of Film Commissions International (AFCI). GPFO, first established in 1985 as a part of Philadelphia city government, continues to reside within city offices.

In 1992, we became a regional economic development agency, incorporating in 2000 as the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation.


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