Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival Announces ‘The Benefactor’ (Franny) In The Line-up
Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival reveals that The Benefactor (aka Franny) starring Theo James, Dakota Fanning, and Richard Gere will be on this year’s schedule. The Benefactor will be feactured not 1 but 2 days!! You can watch it on Saturday Nov 7th at 8:05-9:40pm and on Saturday Nov 14th at 6:00-7:35pm in the Cape Henlopen High School Theater.
The year is the 18th Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival event, which started in 1998, has several changes this year. Tickets will be sold online and the screenings will no longer be held at the Movies at Midway theater. Also different this year, the event runs for nine days, instead of five.
Instead of Movies at Midway, the festival has three smaller venues. They are Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes, the Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) in Rehoboth Beach and the Baycenter in Dewey Beach. The Rehoboth Beach Film Society, which organizes the festival, has utilized these venues in years past.
The Cape Henlopen High School Theater or CHHS is the biggest of the festival’s venues. It has over 600 seats. CHHS address is 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes, DE 19958.
Movies run from Saturday, November 7 to Sunday, November 15. It’s nine days, two weekends at three locations in the Lewes, Rehoboth and Dewey Beach area. Tickets go on sale for Film Society members this week and Saturday, October 31 for the general public.
Purchase separate tickets for each film. For festival pass holders tickets are $10, it’s $9 for member festival pass holders and $12 for rush tickets.
For more information and for tickets and showtimes to the features and documentaries named above, go to www.rehobothfilm.com