The Rehoboth Beach Film Society will celebrate the 24th anniversary of its Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, scheduled for Monday, November 7 through Sunday, November 13.
This year’s festival returns to its traditional seven-day program with 14 titles that encapsulate engaging and thought-provoking foreign documentaries, stories and films. The week-long event takes place at the Rehoboth Beach Film Society’s Cinema Art Theater near Lewes for seven days, with a limited engagement to Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware on Friday and Saturday, November 11-12.
In the spirit of bringing patrons, members and moviegoers together, there will be discounts at local restaurants and three post-movie receptions at CAT. Customers who purchase admission to the three corresponding films are invited to the reception immediately following.
“The annual festival is deeply rooted in supporting the communities of Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. It’s time to put the pandemic behind us and move forward in creating opportunities for people to come together around great cinema,” said Helen Chamberlin, Managing Director.
Admission per film is $10 for members and $10 for the general public. Members who purchase admission may receive priority seating. Concessions will be available at both sites.
If seats are available, door sales will begin 30 minutes before each screening time. Cash or credit card payments are accepted at the Cinema Art Theater. Only cash will be accepted at UUSD.
For more details and to purchase tickets, visit rehobothfilm.com/event/festival.