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Reading Film Theatre logo competition

Reading Film Theatre logo, red orange and grey shapes and lettering to white background

In 2020, the Reading Film Theatre (RFT) will be celebrating its 50th year and is running a competition to redesign its logo. The logo design should make clear that the RTF is celebrating 50 years of film. It should also be able to be combined with or be placed next to the existing logo (which is shown above). The winner's logo will be used throughout the year to mark the 50th anniversary and the winner will also receive free Classic Membership of the RFT for a year.

Entries can be submitted as a hard copy in A5 size to Reading film Theatre, Logo Design Competition, PO box 217, Palmer Building, Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AH. Or digitally, no smaller than 50mm x 50mm at 300dpi, by email. All entries should provide your full contact details and by entering you give permission for the RFT to contact you regarding your entry and forthcoming events. All entries must be original, be unpublished and directly created for this competition. The RFT will retain the right to use or adapt all designs submitted in any format.

The deadline for entries is Saturday September 7 2019.

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. It shows films on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at The Palmer building on the Whiteknights campus, with the new season of films starting in September. You can keep you up to date with the films which are coming soon and with events that will be scheduled as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations on the RTF website.

The RFT began as a joint project between the British Film Institute and the University of Reading. It is now a registered charity and operates with the help of around fifty volunteers who sit on the management committee, manage the marketing, publicity and fundraising as well as operating the box office and act as ushers at screenings. The patron is film director Peter Strickland, who was a volunteer at RFT during while student at the University. In the words of RTF president Sir Kenneth Branagh:

Independent cinema is vital to the cultural life of the town and I am pleased to be President of the cinema, which provides opportunities for people to see films that otherwise would not be shown in Reading”.

 

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