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03/03/2016RBFS Women's Film series presents No Job for a Woman
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is pleased to present a four-part Women’s Film Series to be presented on four Thursdays during March, Women’s History Month. This year’s theme is Women Changing the World. The first film of the series, NO JOB FOR A WOMAN: THE WOMEN WHO FOUGHT TO REPORT WW ll is being screened in collaboration with the Rehoboth Beach Museum at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 3, tentatively scheduled at the new Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive, #2, Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes (behind the WAWA). Check website to confirm new venue is open. Doors open at 6:30 pm. During World War ll the United States government accredited nearly 140 female war correspondents but in reality most military personnel thought war reporting was no job for a woman. Women were banned from the front lines, attending press briefings, using the mess halls, riding in jeeps, and transmitting stories on teletype machines – all requirements for a reporter to effectively do her job. But three women – Martha Gellhorn, Ruth Cowan, and Dickey Chapelle chafed at these restrictions. Their dogged determination to expand the role of “Girl War Correspondents” led them to go where few women had gone before. Narrated by Emmy® Award winner Julianna Margulies, this historical documentary features an abundance of archival footage alongside interviews with current-day female war correspondents to bring to life the written words of these amazing pioneers. [2011, USA, Runtime: 61 minutes, Not Rated] Nancy Alexander, Executive Director of the Rehoboth Beach Museum will speak at the conclusion of the screening. Ms. Alexander will tell tales learned from curating the Women of Rehoboth Beach exhibit currently at the museum. Stories of local women who started businesses in their living rooms, young high school students who competed with boys on the sharpshooter team, and the ladies of the Village Improvement Association who have been making local life better for more than 100 years will be shared. Ms. Alexander holds an M.A. from American University and a B.A. in Art History from the College of William and Mary. She has been the director of the Rehoboth Beach Museum for 8 years and enjoys sharing the history of having fun at the beach with the community. Admission for this event is $6 for members and $8 for future members. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling the Rehoboth Beach Film Society at 302.645.9095, ext. 1.
Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Darthmouth Drive, #2, LEWES, DE, 19958
03/02/2016RBFS Around the World series presents Wondrous Boccaccio
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and Lewes Public Library present WONDROUS BOCCACCIO as March’s film for the Around the World series. WONDROUS BOCCACCIO, an Italian drama, will screen 7:00 pm on Wednesday, March 2 at Metropolitan Community Church of Rehoboth (MCC Rehoboth), 19369 Plantation Road, Rehoboth Beach. The Around the World film series presents critically acclaimed, international independent films. Doors open at 6:30 pm. The year is 1348 and the Black Death is raging throughout the city of Florence. To escape the horror, a group of aristocratic young men and women take shelter in the countryside. Trying to distract themselves they regal each other with stories about love: fulfilled and unfulfilled, life’s uncertainties, and their own ambiguous immortalities. Based loosely on the famed medieval text “The Decameron” by Giovanni Boccaccio, this historical drama is a tribute to the tales that emerged from one of the darkest periods in Italian history. The film features a cast of Italian all-stars and outstanding visuals of gorgeous locations. Frédéric Boyer, film critic with the Tribeca Film Festival said, “The Tavianis’ interpretation of Boccaccio’s ‘The Decameron’ focuses on five of the 100 stories included in the classic Italian masterpiece. As interpreted by the modern-day masters of Italian cinema, WONDROUS BOCCACCIO is an invitation to experience the narrative charm of one of the greatest European storytellers of all time.” In Italian with English subtitles. [2015, Italy, Runtime: 120 minutes, Not Rated] For more information, please check the Rehoboth Beach Film Society website at, call the Film Society at 302-645-9095, ext. 2, or call the Lewes Public Library at 302-645-2733. This film series is free and open to the public but donations are encouraged.
Metropolitan Community Church, 19369 Plantation Rd., REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
03/05/20164th Annual Ca$h Ba$h at Parsonsburg Volunteer Fire Company
Ticket includes - Food, Beer, Soda & Chance at Cash Drawings $250 Cash Drawing Every 15 minutes $2500 JACKPOT drawing at the end of the night Cash Bar, DJ, Raffles, 50/50, MECHANICAL BULL is Back & much MORE!!
33030 Old Ocean City RD, PARSONSBURG, MD, 21849
02/26/2016RBFS Monthly Screenings series presents Oscar Animated Shorts
Enjoy this opportunity to watch one of the most entertaining categories of films just days before the winners are announced, and cast your vote for the Oscar® winner. The final five Animated Short film nominees are: SANJAY’S SUPER TEAM In this Disney Pixar Studio project, Sanjay is absorbed in a world of cartoons and comics while his father tries to pull him into the traditions of his Hindi practice. Reluctance and boredom quickly turn into an awe-inspiring adventure as Sanjay embarks on a journey he never imagined, returning with a new perspective both he and his father can both embrace. [2015, USA, Runtime: 7 minutes, Not Rated] WORLD OF TOMORROW In this gorgeously animated film, a young girl is taken on a fantastical tour of her distant future where surprising secrets are revealed about humanity's fate. [2015, USA, Runtime: 17 minutes, Not Rated] BEAR STORY BEAR STORY poetically follows an old, melancholy bear who tells his life saga through a mechanical diorama. The film compellingly mirrors the tragedy of families torn apart under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. [2015, Chile, Runtime: 11 minutes, Not Rated] WE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT COSMOS A heartwarming short of lifelong friends have dreamed since childhood of becoming cosmonauts. Together they endure the rigors and sacrifices necessary to make their dreams come true. [2014, Russia, Runtime: 16 minutes, Not Rated] PROLOGUE PROLOGUE depicts a brutal episode in the Spartan-Athenian wars of 2,400 years ago. In it, a small girl bears witness as warriors battle to their gory death. [2015, UK, Runtime: 6 minutes, Not Rated] Additional shorts to be included are IF I WAS GOD (Canada), THE SHORT STORY OF A FOX AND A MOUSE (France), THE LONLIEST SPOTLIGHT (USA), and CATCH IT (France). Total Program Runtime: 86 minutes) Admission for Monthly Screenings is $4 for Rehoboth Beach Film Society members (current membership card must be presented), and $6 for future members. Tickets will be sold at the door to each screening on a first-come, first-served basis.
Metropolitan Community Church, 19369 Plantation Rd., REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
02/17/2016RBFS Delmarva Connections series presents Cluck, Pluck, Luck
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society proudly presents Delmarva Connections, a three-part film series that explores connections to the region around us. The second film event of the series takes place on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 7:00 pm with a screening of the local documentary, CLUCK, PLUCK, AND LUCK at Metropolitan Community Church of Rehoboth (MCC Rehoboth), 19369 Plantation Road, Rehoboth Beach. Doors open at 6:30 pm. In 1923 Ocean View housewife, Cecile Steele, ordered 50 chicks and received 500! While consumed with managing this challenge, she unknowingly was starting Delmarva’s chicken industry. Since then, chickens have played a huge role in Delaware folklore with the University of Delaware even adopting the Fighting Blue Hen as their mascot. Local filmmaker Michael Oates’ new documentary, CLUCK, PLUCK AND LUCK tells the story of how a group of subsistence farmers, African Americans, and immigrant Jewish businessmen were the foundation of what was to become a multi-billion dollar industry. [2014, USA, Runtime: 70 minutes, Not Rated] Michael Oates, also Director of “The ’62 Storm” will be present to lead a post screening discussion. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children twelve and under. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling the Rehoboth Beach Film Society at 302.645.9095, ext. 1.
Metropolitan Community Church, 19369 Plantation Rd., REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
02/13/2016 - 02/14/2016RBFS Another Take series presents Tab Hunter Confidential and Portrait of a Serial Monogomist
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society and CAMP Rehoboth will co-present TAB HUNTER CONFIDENTIAL and PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST as part of its annual Another Take series during the Presidents Day weekend, February 13 – 14. Another Take is a gay and lesbian themed film series and will be held at Metropolitan Community Church of Rehoboth (MCC Rehoboth), 19369 Plantation Road, Rehoboth. The series begins on Saturday, February 13, at 3:00 pm, with a screening of the award winning documentary, TAB HUNTER CONFIDENTIAL. Throughout the 1950s Tab Hunter reigned as Hollywood’s ultimate male heartthrob and his good looks and sex appeal drove his fans into screaming frenzies. But the all American boy had a secret. Tab Hunter was gay, and spent his Hollywood years hiding a secret that could at any time destroy him. Narrated with rare film clips, provocative interviews, and unprecedented access to Tab himself, TAB HUNTER CONFIDENTIAL traces the star’s rise to super-stardom, his secret life in a time when being openly gay was unthinkable, and his ultimate triumph when the limelight finally passed him by. Praised by “The Advocate” magazine as “one of the 10 Best LGBT docs of 2015”, David Friend of “Vanity Fair” calls it, “A savvy, rollicking, eye-popping film. Brave for its candor and enlightening for the social context it provides.” [2015, USA, Runtime: 90 minutes, Not Rated] The series continues on Sunday, February 14th at 3:00 pm with the romantic comedy, PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST. When Elsie breaks up with her long-standing girlfriend to pursue another woman, she faces her mother’s disapproval, conflicting advice from friends, and the nagging suspicion that she may have made a big mistake. Smart, successful, and charming, Elsie is the perfect girlfriend; she also happens to be a serial monogamist, with a long history of broken hearts. Wonderfully shot in the urban city of Toronto, PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST invites audiences to see a cast of smart, funny and relatable characters, dealing with the universal complications of modern relationships. Not another coming out story, this is a fresh coming-of-middle-age romantic comedy. “” says, “One of the best-written lesbian movies I’ve ever seen. It’s incisive and very, very funny.” “” calls it, “A Fresh coming –of-age-rom-com – Four Stars!” [2015, USA, Runtime: 84 minutes, Not Rated] Tickets are $8.00 and can be purchased online at, by calling 302-645-9095, ext 1, or visiting the RBFS office, Mon – Fri, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm. Please note that tickets are non-refundable.
Metropolitan Community Church, 19369 Plantation Rd., REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
02/10/2016RBFS Read A Movie series presents
The Rehoboth Beach Film Society, the Rehoboth Beach Public Library, and the Lewes Public Library invite film and/or literary enthusiasts to a screening of SWEPT FROM THE SEA, 3:00 pm on Wednesday, February 10 at Metropolitan Community Church of Rehoboth (MCC Rehoboth), 19369 Plantation Road, Rehoboth Beach. Based on the short story “Amy Foster” by Joseph Conrad, this historical drama is set in 19th century rural England. SWEPT FROM THE SEA is a mesmerizing film about star crossed lovers, Yanko Gooral (Vincent Perez) and Amy Foster (Rachel Weisz). Yankoo is a passionate Ukrainian shipwreck survivor and Amy is a young servant girl with a scandalous heritage. In spite of random cruelties inflicted on the pair by the local villagers, Yanko and Amy become entwined in a passionate love affair, marry and have a child. When outside forces conspire against them they cling even more faithfully to each other declaring their undying devotion. The film also headlines Ian McKellen and Kathy Bates and received rave reviews for its spectacular cinematography of the Cornish coastline. Elinor Cackett of “The Silver Petticoat Review” says, “At its core this is a story about the resilience of the human heart. Summing up, this film will appeal to anyone who has ever felt different and been made to feel that difference. It has a well-acted and beautiful love story, a well-developed cast of side characters and a wonderful soundtrack.” [1997, USA, Runtime: 115 minutes, Rated PG-13] 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 share their thoughts about how well—or not so well—the story was expanded to the big screen. The popular “Read a Movie” series takes place on the second Wednesday of each month (Sept – May). To sign up, and receive the stories in advance, email Denise Hoban at Admission is $3 for Rehoboth Beach Film Society members (current membership card must be presented), and $5 for future members. Tickets will be sold at the door on a first-come, first-served basis.
Metropolitan Community Church, 19369 Plantation Rd., REHOBOTH BEACH, DE, 19971
02/01/2016 - 02/18/2016Osher Lifelong Learning in Lewes - Accepting Course Proposals for June 2016
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware in Lewes is looking for volunteer instructors for the June class session, June 3-30, 2016. To volunteer, complete a proposal form at or call.
520 Dupont Avenue, LEWES, DE, 19958