VENUE LOCATIONS: CHHS (Cape Henlopen High School Theater) 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes UUSD (Unitarian Universalists of Southern Delaware) 30486 Lewes Georgetown Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 CINEMA ART THEATER 17701 Dartmouth Drive, #2 Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival • November 1–11, 2018 32 Feature Films VENUE: CINEMA ART THEATER Sat Nov 3 11:00 AM – 1:05 PM Hosted by: In Memory of Joel Ganz Sat Nov 10 10:00 AM – 12:05 PM VENUE: CINEMA ART THEATER Sat Nov 3 4:20 PM – 5:45 PM Hosted by: CAMP Rehoboth Fri Nov 9 7:40 PM – 9:05 PM FEATURE FILMS continue on page 31  ▶ BECOMING ASTRID Astrid Lindgren, future author of the beloved Pippi Longstocking series, leads a carefree life with her siblings in the forests and fields of Småland, Sweden. Eager to break free from the confines of her religious upbringing, Astrid strikes out on her own, becomes pregnant, and ends up with a young son in Stockholm. Her struggles, together with her imagination and flair for storytelling, form the foundation of a vast and beloved body of work. [Dir. Pernille Fischer Christensen, 2018, Sweden/Denmark, 123 minutes. In Swedish with English subtitles. Rating: NR] No Trailer 1985 Inspired by the award-winning short film of the same name,“1985” follows Adrian (Cory Michael Smith,“Gotham”), a closeted young man returning to his Texas hometown for Christmas during the first wave of the AIDS crisis. Burdened with an unspeakable tragedy in New York, Adrian reconnects with his brother (Aidan Langford) and estranged childhood friend (Jamie Chung), as he struggles to divulge his dire circumstances to his religious parents (Virginia Madsen and Michael Chiklis). [Dir. Yen Tan, 2018, USA, 85 minutes. Rating: NR] No Trailer Best Feature Jury Award (Barcelona International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival); Best American Feature Film Audience Award, and Student Jury Award: Yen Tan (Champs- Élysées Film Festival); Grand Jury Prize—Texas Competition (Dallas International Film Festival) Feature Films