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cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JUNE19- MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 9S Deadline for short film festival entries is June 29; program set July 11 With the growing popularity of YouTube, a destination to watch and share original videos worldwide, people of all ages have begun to experiment with amateur f'flmmaking. Because of this, three years ago, Milton resi- dent Libby Zando developed the idea of a short fLlm festival at the Milton Theatre. This year's Best in Summer Shorts festival is set for Saturday, July 11, with doors opening at 7 p.m. and f'rims start- ing at 8 p.m. at the Milton The- atre, 110 Union St. Now in her third year as event chairwoman, Zando says, "The event was created to feature lo- cal filmmakers and bring the community together to view shorts, discuss highlights and have a great fundraiser for the theatre." A screening committee will select the best of the entries, and films will then be shown on the big screen. A panel of three judges, experienced in the field, will vote, along with the audi- ence, to determine the winners in each age category. Judges this year include casting and produc- tion executives from two Balti- more video production compa- nies and a well-known film buff. Dogfish Head Brewery and the Rehoboth Beach Film Society favorite ($50). Prizes are award- ed in each of the four age cate- gories, 10-14, 15-18, 19-24, and 25 and up. For complete entry rules and to download an entry form, visit The deadline for entries is 5 p.m., will sponsor the prizes in the Monday, June 29. Tickets are $12 youth age categories this year. for adults and $10 for seniors 65 Cash prizes will be awarded for and up and students 18'and un- best overall film ($100), best der. For information, call 684- technical film ($75) and audience 3400 or visit Film society to preview possible festival films Rehoboth Beach Film Society will host summer film reviews at 6 p.m., Tuesday evenings in the meeting room of the remodeled South Coastal Public Library in Bethany Beach. The next screen- ing will be June 23 and screen- ings will continue through Aug. 18. The free film screenings, open to the public, are used to assist with the f'flm selection process for the Rehoboth Beach Indepen- dent Film Festival set for Nov. 11- 15. Each session will include the screening of a documentary or a feature and a short, time permit- ting. Reviewers are asked to complete a rating form and may also join in the post-film discus- sion. Festival Program Director Joe Bilancio will facilitate the re- views so attendees can have stimulating discussions about what factors determine a film's suitability for a festival. The South Coastal Public Li- brary is at 43 Kent Ave., Bethany Beach. Screener copies of films are provided as a courtesy to the film society for the specific pur- pose of reviewing for considera- tion as a festival entry. These Oldies band to play June 24 in Milton 105 UNION ST. 302.684.8889 Local band The Movies will perform a free public concert at 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 24, at Milton Memorial Park on Union Street. Refreshments and kiddie train rides will be provided by the Milton Lions Club. Patrons can bring food, blankets and lawn chairs; alcohol is prohibit- ed. In case of inclement weather, the concert will take place in the Milton Theatre, 110 Union St. Dance club plans new chapter The DC HandDance Club plans to form a chapter in the Ocean City, Md., and Eastern Shore area. DC HandDancing is much like swing. Free lessons can be provided; phone 410-723- 0661. Anyone interested in danc- ing on a weekly basis can get on the club's email list by emailing or call- ing Barbara Chaffinch, 302-253- 0099; or Judy Martin, 302-337- 3638. copies may be'of lesser technical quality and are not designed to be projected on the big screen. Despite these circumstances, re- view sessions provide a great op- The film society is still looking for a Rehoboth Beach screening location. Primary needs include adequate parking, high ceilings to accommodate a screen, and portunity for flm enthusiasts to seating for 50-60. Suggestions see a broad scope of films from will be accepted at 645-9095, Ext. ! MON IUES "WEDS emerging directors. 1. ' E t/----;,-.- STEAHT BhI r  ........... -I  ,/L .,.,r 2 COURSE MENu s19. Avr'c O,Oe cm  ...... KI;,.L. Mooney's Iced TEA fff.,L ,R.UO O,,.7 I WET BASEMIENTS STINK II I m U"" ,,,m fE,,URN DJ JV Z.U Uo0rsUTE! Mold, mildew and water leakage into your basement causes health 1   land foundation damage. 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