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Rehoboth Beach Film Festival Kicks Off in New Venues

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LEWES, Del. -- Film buffs and movie lovers are in for an exciting week in Sussex County for the Rehoboth Beach Film Festival.

The 18th annual Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival kicked off Saturday Nov. 7.

New venues have been added to the list this year including the Bay Center in Dewey Beach and Metropolitan Community Church in Rehoboth. Showings are also available at the festival's third location at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes.

And a new film festival social hub featured at the Crooked Hammock Brewery in Lewes is where festival goers can discuss films and meet other film buffs.

Director of Programming for the Rehoboth Film Society Joe Bilancio said three Delmarva filmmakers are showing their works this year at the festival this year.

"We're very excited for them to present their films as well as they'll both talk about the filmmaking process so we're very excited," said Bilancio.

The Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival lasts through Sunday Nov. 15.

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