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 48 DOCUMENTARIES continue on page 48  ▶ LIYANA A Swazi girl embarks on a dangerous quest to rescue her young twin brothers. This animated African tale is born in the imaginations of five orphaned children in Swaziland who collaborate to tell a story of perseverance drawn from their darkest memories and brightest dreams. Their fictional character’s journey is interwoven with poetic and observational documentary scenes to create a genre-defying celebration of collective storytelling. [Dirs. Aaron and Amanda Kopp, 2017, Swaziland/USA/Qatar, 77 minutes. Rating: NR] No Trailer Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary (LA Film Festival); Jury Award for Best of Show and Audience Award (BendFilm Festival); Grand Prize Feature Documentary (Heartland Film Festival); Audience Award Best Documentary Feature and True Grit Award (Denver Film Festival); Best of the Fest Selection (Palm Springs International Film Festival); Grand Prize Best Feature (New York International Children’s Film Festival); Director’s Choice Award Best Documentary (Sedona International Film Festival); People’s Choice Award Best Documentary (Vancouver South African Film Festival); Knight Documentary Achievement Award (Miami Film Festival) and many more. MICHELIN STARS – TALES FROM THE KITCHEN All chefs dream of a Michelin star; and those who have one (or more) work tirelessly to keep the distinction. This documentary goes behind the scenes to see how the stars are awarded, to talk to the chefs who work tirelessly to maintain their status, and to look at the impact the book has on the world of haute cuisine. The film chronicles the inner- workings of the culinary world through the eyes of chefs, critics and customers. [Dir. Rasmus Dinesen, 2017, USA/Denmark, 82 minutes. In English, French, German, Italian and Japanese with English subtitles. Rating: NR] Trailer: www.rehobothfilm.com/festival MOVING STORIES Six dancers from the acclaimed Battery Dance company travel the world, working with young people who have experienced war, poverty, prejudice, sexual exploitation, and severe trauma as refugees. The film follows them to India, Romania, South Korea, and Iraq. They have one week to teach the tools of choreography and collaboration to kids who may be enemies, suspicious and fearful, or who may have been abused. The students respond in extraordinary ways. As they prepare to perform in public, both students and teachers experience surprising transformations. [Dir. Rob Fruchtman, 2018, USA, 84 minutes. Rating: NR] Trailer: www.rehobothfilm.com/festival VENUE: CINEMA ART THEATER Wed Nov 7 8:00 PM – 9:20 PM Hosted by: Connie Peterson VENUE: CINEMA ART THEATER Thu Nov 1 3:20 PM – 4:45 PM Hosted by: Dogfish Head Craft Brewery VENUE: UUSD Fri Nov 9 5:30 PM – 6:55 PM Hosted by: Arena’s VENUE: UUSD Thu Nov 8 10:00 AM – 11:25 AM Hosted by: Jeanine O’Donnell/State Farm - Lewes VENUE: CHHS Fri Nov 9 6:00 PM – 7:25 PM Hosted by: Sara & Jeffrey Rosen DOCUMENTARY FILMS