Living by the Sword
Asian-inspired offerings come to Longwood Gardens' amphitheater. Plus, diversity stars at the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, antiques roll on the Riverfront and a post-Election Day tradition carries on in Georgetown.
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This year’s Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival November 5-9 will include 39 feature films, 11 documentaries, 23 shorts, seven children’s films and Short Takes Mexico, a program of five short works meant to appeal to local Latinos. Of the features, three were directed by Delawareans: “The Lantern” is by Gustave Rehnstrom of Ellendale, “No Denying: Delawareans Bear Witness to the Holocaust” is by Steve Gonzer of Middletown and “All Along” comes from Wilmington’s Robert A. Masciantonio. New this year are Friday morning films and Locals’ Night on November 5. “We just keep trying to make it better,” says executive director Sue Early. “The festival is a rare event in that it brings people from such diverse backgrounds together in a dialogue about film.” For more, visit rehobothfilm.com, or call 645-9095. —Maria Hess
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