Saturday, January 3, 2015, 3:00 pm
Location: Movies at Midway, Lewes, DE
Admission: $7.00 each and can be purchased online, below, by calling 302-645-9095, ext 1, or in person at the RBFS office, Mon – Fri, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm. Please note that tickets are non-refundable. Please note, online ticket sales will close Tuesday, December 30 at noon.
Kat and Samantha have been best friends for years. When Kat is given the birthday gift of a couples retreat weekend by her mother – despite the fact she and her boyfriend have been over for months – Sam convinces her to take advantage of the idyllic retreat by pretending to be lovers. Read more here.
What Makes Us Tick?
The theme for the 2015 series is “Our Cultural Narratives: exploring the influences of our cultural traditions.” Three films, Bardsongs, High Noon, and Departures, will be used to explore how our cultural traditions, as told through stories, music, and history, influence our relations with others and how these cultural stories shape our behavior.
Location: Atlantic Sands Hotel, 1 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach
Admission: Admission prices for RBFS members are $13 per screening if purchased separately, and $35 for a three-film package. Tickets for the general public are $15 per screening if purchased separately and $41 for a three-film package.
Ticket price includes complimentary coffee service served prior to each screening.
Member - Three Film Package
NON-Member - Three Film Package
Friday, January 16, 2015, 7:00 pm
Bardsongs, by Dutch director Sander Francken, is a mesmerizing tribute to oral storytelling. Three folktales, depicted in the form of traditional songs and set in superb locations in India, Mali and Ladakh, deconstruct a different aspect of everyday life. Click here for more information.
Member - Bardsongs Tickets
NON-Member - Bardsongs Tickets
Saturday, January 17, 2015, 1:00 pm
American classic High Noon is the winner of five Oscars®. This black and white film stars Gary Cooper as retired marshal Will Kane, and Grace Kelly as his Quaker bride, Amy. Kane is preparing to leave town and his old life behind when he learns that a recently released outlaw, Frank Miller, is arriving on the noon train to settle an old score with him. Click here for more information about High Noon.
Member - High Noon Tickets
NON-Member - Hign Noon Tickets
Sunday, January 18, 2015, 1:00 pm
The series concludes on Sunday with the film Departures. When his orchestra disbands, Daigo moves back to his hometown and accepts a job preparing the newly deceased for burial – a job that is considered unclean in Japanese culture. Ostracized by his family and friends, Daigo soon learns to take pride in his work and discovers that the stylized death rituals have a beauty all their own, one that requires as much delicacy and finesse as playing the cello. Click here for more information about Departures.