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05/22/2015RBFS Monthly Screenings series presents
Decades before WikiLeaks and Eric Snowden, there was the grassroots group known as The Citizens Commission To Investigate The FBI. For the first time, members of that commission have come forward and “1971” is their story. Told with the aid of artifacts, interviews, and documents from the break-in, the film opens in the heart of the Philadelphia antiwar movement. A group of ordinary citizens are concerned that the FBI is spying on antiwar and civil rights activists and no one is holding the director, J. Edgar Hoover, accountable. So, on March 8, 1971, the night of the famed Ali-Frazier fight, a group of friends break into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania stealing hundreds of secret files which they ultimately share with the public. In doing so, they expose decades of FBI abuses and a vast network of illegal spying on Americans. The commission immediately disbands and retreats into anonymity – until now. Richard Brody of “The New Yorker” says, “This documentary, by Johanna Hamilton, unpacks a crucial but little-known episode in modern political and journalistic history….The story, including its cat-and-mouse aftermath adds the intricate excitement of a thriller to righteous historical outrage.” [2014, US, Runtime: 79 min, Not Rated]
Movies at Midway, REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
04/15/2015 - 05/14/2015Osher Lifelong Learning Institute - Register Now for June Classes
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware is now accepting registrations for the June session. Please visit http://www.lifelonglearning.udel.edu/lewes/index.html or call 302-245-4345 for more information.
520 Dupont Avenue, LEWES, DE, 19958
04/15/2015 - 05/11/2015Osher Lifelong Learning Institute - Now Accepting Course Proposals for Fall 2015
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware is now accepting course proposals for the fall session. Classes will be offered in Lewes and Ocean View.
520 Dupont Avenue, LEWES, DE, 19958
05/13/2015RBFS Read A Movie series presents
This screening is part of the monthly Read a Movie series in which members read a little-known short story in advance of the screening, then gather to watch the film and share their thoughts about how well—or not so well—the story was expanded to the big screen. Winner of five Oscars®, this 1952 box-office hit is considered by many to be the best Western ever made. Expounded on by the director’s real life experiences with the McCarthy Commission, it’s ultimately a tale of heroism and moral and civic responsibility. The film opens as trouble is descending on the town of Hadleyville. Just married lawman, Will Kane (Gary Cooper) is about to retire and start a new life with his bride, Amy (Grace Kelly). As the two are leaving, the marshal learns an outlaw is arriving on the noon train to settle an old score with him. Amy wants to flee but Kane feels honor bound to stay. He tries to recruit deputies to help in the town’s defense but one by one, the citizens refuse. As the clock ticks its way towards noon, Kane realizes he must face the outlaw alone. Says “Reelviews film critic James Berardinelli, “‘High Noon’ places many facets of human nature under the microscope. The deeper one looks, the more it has to offer. But the real elements to applaud are the acting, the script, and the direction, all of which are top-notch.” [1952, US, Runtime: 85 min, Rated PG].
Rehoboth Beach Library 226 Rehoboth Avenue, REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
05/23/2015Eighth Annual Artisans Fair
Eighth Annual Artisans Fair at Lord Baltimore Elementary School features one-of-a-kind handcrafted art objects, paintings, photographs, and jewelry from 49 exhibitors. Baked goods, a raffle auction and lunch featured. Free admission and free parking
120 Atlantic Ave., Route 26, OCEAN VIEW, DE, 19970
05/06/2015RBFS Around the World series presents
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society, Lewes Public Library, and Movies at Midway present, “The Dark Valley” as May’s film for the Around the World series on Wednesday, May 6, at 6:30 pm in the upstairs screening room at Movies at Midway. The Around the World film series presents critically acclaimed, international independent films. The generous sponsorship of Movies at Midway allows the screenings to be free and open to the public. Somewhere high in the Alps, a lone rider makes his way along a hidden path and reaches a small village. Raised in America but fluent in German, this stranger goes by the name of Greider. He’s returning to his maternal homeland to photograph the landscape and the locals, but in reality he has vengeance on his mind. The village is ruled by old man Brenner and his six sons who’ve imposed a feudal rule over the townspeople for decades. In this valley a wedding comes with a terrible tradition and whoever opposes that will be subject to an awful punishment. One day a tragic accident befalls one of Brenner’s sons. When another son is mysteriously killed, it’s clear this is no coincidence. It’s time for the Brenner family to pay and Greider plans to settle a score long forgotten by everyone but him. Magnificently photographed with breathtaking scenery, this gripping Western was selected as the Austrian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards®. Stephen Dalton of “The Hollywood Reporter” says, “Visually ravishing! The hills are alive with the sound of gunfire in this alpine revenge drama, a superior genre piece.” [2014, Austria & Germany, Runtime: 114 min, Not Rated, German with English subtitles]
Movies at Midway, REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
04/24/2015 - 04/26/201545th Annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition and Art Festival
Carvers and visitors from across the world convene for the most prestigious competition of contemporary wildfowl art. The event includes judging, benefit auction, classes, seminars, demonstrations, children’s activities and exhibitor booths of artisans and supplies.
4001 Coastal Hwy, OCEAN CITY, MD, 21842
04/24/2015 - 04/26/2015Ward World Championship
Event, 45th Annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition & Art Festival, OC Convention Center. Hosted by the Ward Museum. View world class bird carvings and sculptures. Enjoy an abundance of children’s activities at the Kids Corner. Fri, 10am-5pm; Sat, 9am-5pm; Sun, 10am-4pm. 410-742-4988, ext 120.
Roland E. Powell Convention Center, OCEAN CITY , MD, 21842