Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival
Well that’s a wrap. The Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival finished on Sunday, November 11. We didn’t get a chance to see as many films as we would have liked. We did get to see The Lavender Scare, which was excellent. It’s a documentary narrated by Glenn Close detailing the real life witch hunt that saw the firing of thousands of gay lesbian employees inside the U.S. government. The Lavender Scare started in conjunction with McCarthy’s Red Scare and lasted 40 years. We wanted to see Studio 54, but it was sold out. I heard it was amazing. That is definitely on our must see list now. Even though the festival is over for this year, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society runs independent films all year long at the Cinema Art Theater off Coastal Highway in Lewes.