Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival • November 1–11, 2018 FEATURE FILMS continue on page 32 33 BEL CANTO Based on the best-selling novel by Ann Patchett. Julianna Moore portrays a world-renown opera singer who becomes trapped in a lengthy hostage situation when she’s invited to perform for a wealthy industrialist in South America. Unexpected bonds are forged in the standoff that ensues. Opera star Renee Fleming provides vocals for Moore’s character. [Dir. Paul Weitz, 2018, USA, 102 minutes. Rating: NR] No Trailer DIANE Diane (Mary Kay Place) lives alone in western Massachusetts, spending her days caring for others and always putting herself last. Her life revolves around cousins, friends, aunts and uncles, and the people she serves at church. Her most precious burden is her grown son, Brian (Jake Lacy), constantly in-and-out of rehab. Hovering over Diane’s duty-bound existence is the shadow of guilt for an old sin. Solitude opens to new levels of perception and being as Diane is confronted with the possibility of forgiveness. [Dir. Kent Jones, 2018, USA, 95 minutes. Rating: NR] No Trailer Best Cinematography, Best Narrative Feature, Best Screenplay (Tribeca Film Festival) I AM NOT A WITCH A favorite of film critics and audiences alike, this film is beautifully shot in Zambia. Director Nyoni has been praised by critics for her use of humor, satire and surrealism to tell the story of a young girl accused of witchcraft and banished to a witch camp in the desert. Exploring prejudice, superstition, corruption, and the exploitation of children and women, the director employs uniquely original story-telling techniques to enchant audiences. [Dir. Rungano Nyoni, 2017, United Kingdom/France, 92 minutes. In English, Bemba, Nyanja with English subtitles. Rating: NR] Trailer: Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer (BAFTA Awards); Best Film (Adelaide Film Festival); Best Feature Film (Africa International Film Festival); Best Director and Breakthrough Producer, Narrative Feature (Sarasota Film Festival); Best Directorial Debut (Stockholm Film Festival); Breaking Waves Award (Titanic International Film Festival); Best Feature Film (Vues d’Afrique Film Festival) VENUE: CINEMA ART THEATER Sun Nov 4 12:50 PM – 2:35 PM Hosted by: Delmarva Public Radio VENUE: CHHS Sun Nov 11 12:20 PM – 2:05 PM Hosted by: Sara & Jeffrey Rosen VENUE: UUSD Sat Nov 3 7:45 PM – 9:20 PM VENUE: CHHS Thu Nov 8 6:00 PM – 7:25 PM VENUE: CINEMA ART THEATER Wed Nov 7 11:00 AM – 12:35 PM Hosted by: Kit & Bill Zak VENUE: UUSD Sat Nov 10 5:00 PM – 6:35 PM Hosted by: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Gallo Realty Feature Films