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CLASSIC FILM “TRICK” WITH DIRECTOR JIM FALL HEADLINES 2024 PRIDE FILM FESTIVAL at the Cinema Art Theater in Lewes

June 15 -7:00 PM

two young men standing next to each other

at the Cinema Art Theater in Lewes

JUNE 14 – 16, 2024

The Rehoboth Beach Film Society (RBFS) is proud to present the 2024 PRIDE Film Festival from June 14-16, in partnership with CAMP Rehoboth. The three-day festival will showcase LGBTQ+ documentaries, features and international films at the Cinema Art Theater in Lewes, DE. Moviegoers can expect social gatherings and filmmaker Q&As to celebrate the festival and PRIDE month. The RBFS remains committed to presenting outstanding cinema with the diverse audiences who live in and visit our community.

Headlining this year’s PRIDE Film Festival, is a 25-year retrospective screening of director Jim Fall’s classic film “TRICK,” starring Tori Spelling, Christian Campbell, John Paul Pitoc, Brad Beyer, and Miss Coco Peru. “TRICK” will screen on Saturday, June 15 at 7:00 PM and ticket holders will be able to participate in a post-screening discussion with the director in a look back at the film that follows the romantic misadventures of two young gay men in Manhattan.

The Cinema Art Theatre PRIDE Film Festival is a wonderful way to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community in the month of June, pride month. The purpose of pride month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender plus individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally. It’s only fitting to bring the many incredibly talented filmmakers and their work to Southern Delaware s during PRIDE month celebrations!! –said CAMP Rehoboth Executive Director, Kim Leisey.

The final slate of Festival titles will be announced in late-April along with other special festival events. We hope you will join us and experience all that this year’s PRIDE Film Festival has to offer.

Our 2023 PRIDE Film Festival enjoyed incredible success! That included several sell-out screenings and securing the East Coast premiere of the Indigo Girls documentary, “It’s Only Life After All.” The 2024 Festival Planning Committee is actively reviewing potential film titles. I’m confident this year’s program will be a sell-out! –said RBFS Executive Director, Helen Chamberlin.

Festival admission is $12 per film for all audiences and $5 for students (student tickets are available only at the theater box office). In April, advance tickets will be available online at rehobothfilm.com or call/visit the Cinema Art Theater box office (302) 313-4032, during business hours Wednesday-Sunday from 12:00 Noon to 5:00 PM. (Please note that tickets are non-refundable and there will be no exchanges.) Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

The mission of RBFS is to celebrate the power of visual storytelling, showcasing independent films and creating transformative experiences for people of all ages and diverse backgrounds here in the mid-Atlantic region. The Film Society cultivates and shines a light on the next generation of filmmakers, which benefits the community and raises awareness on the positive impact of cinema as a performance art. The organization values integrity, accessibility and accountability.

Learn more about the Film Society’s year-round programs, CAT This Week, our award-winning Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival (November), special events and theater rentals by visiting RehobothFilm.com.

RBFS is funded in part by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts as part of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

Details

Date:
June 15
Time:
7:00 PM
Website:
www.rehobothfilm.com

Venue

Cinema Art Theater in Lewes
Address
New York, State 1111
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Phone
111111111
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