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C/kl)Ig AZEI, Friday:September&apos;25-- October 1, 1998- 79 Director JOhn Waters will usher RehobothF00 Festival One of ef0..ifao.f .....  .......  ..... ..... * ..... ' c!uding 0:Sundance FihfiTesti- young rabble-rouser. Tarantino, George Clooney and independent cinema, JohnWate, valwinrlers and a documentary will help usher in the Rehoboth with  Quentin. Tarantino land Beach Independent Film Festival George ooney. :  at the opening galal Thursday', The latest list of films booked Nov. 12, at the Bottle &Cork in for the festival include "Smoke Dewey Beach. Waters, a Baltimore native, is best known for his underground camp classics, such as "Polyester" and "Pink Flamingos," but has al- so been a fixture in the main- stream cinema, with fi|ms such as "Hairspray" (with Ricki Lake), "Cry-Baby" (with Johnny Depp), "Serial Morn" (with Kathleen Turner) and his latest film, "Peck- er," (with Edward Furlong and Christina Ricci). "It is an honor to have a film- maker of such magnitude to help us celebrate our inaugural year," said Rob Rector, president of the Rehoboth Beach Film Society. "Waters' films typify independent cinema and his appearance at the festival will certainlyh p solidify the alreadyimpressie festival we have been creattng: .......... Festival producer Barry Becker has also secured even more im- pressive films for the festival, in- Signals/' ,'Pi" and "Full Tilt Boo- gie." 'Smoke Signals' Winner of the Audience Award and the Filmmaker's Trophy at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival, and the official selection for the opening night of the 1998 New Director/Neff Films, "Smoke Sig- nals" has earned acclaim across the nation. Filled with the rich aesthetics and beautiful mood of the Ameri- can Indian culture, Sherman Alex- ie's story of friendship, love and loss, based on his award-winning short story "The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven," comes alive on screen. :, Smoke Signals!  follows the sry of two Indian boys on a journey - ViCtOr (Adam Beach.), the stoic, handsome son aban- doned by his father, and Thomas (Evan Adams), an orphaned Annual Winefest set for Ocean City Inlet Park on Oct. 2-4 a full-bodied beer, Guinness Stout will also be featured at the show. The event also includes enter- tainment, including the sounds of Kevin Poole, Ocean City's own Lucky Shoes, Teenage Rust and the Rustettes and the Geckos. Closing the festival on Saturday will be Bird Dog and the Road Kings: On Sunday, the Mighty Chi- huahuas will open the festival, while the Washington-Baltimore based seven-piece reggae band Unity will close the event. Tickets for the festival are $16 at the gate. For advance tickets and weekend hotel package infor- mation, call 800-OC-OCEAN. For more information on the festi- val, call 410-280-3306. The third annual "Winefest on the Beach" to be held Oct. 2-4, at the Inlet Park in Ocean City, Md., will host several California winer- ies. Unlike its sister festival, the Mid-Atlantic Wine Festival, held annually in Annapolis, Winefest on the Beach is a celebration of all wines, including but not limited to Mid-Atlantic wineries. California wineries represented at the Winefest will include Buena Vista, St. Julian and Stone Hedge, as well as Santa Barbara's Fire- stone Vineyard, back for a second year. The Winefest will also feature several microbreweries this year. The breweries will include Magic Hat No. 9, Beer Nevada, Samuel Middleton Pale Ale and Pete's Wicked Ale. For those who enjoy Apple-Scrapple Festival set for Bridgeville Oct, 9-10 The seventh annual Bridgeville tor pull and a kiddie tractor pull, a Apple-Scrapple Festival will be held Friday and Saturday, Oct. 9 and 10, in the town of Bridgeville, located about 30 miles north of Salisbury, Md., 30 miles south of Dover and 30 miles west of the Cape Region resorts. Live entertainment will be fea- tured hourly and other activities will include a scrapple-carving contest, an apple-peeling contest, an apple pie contest, and new this year, a hog-calling contest. The event will also include craft shows, a health fair, carnival and kids' games, a huge town and country car show, an antique trac- corn maze, pony rides, a trade show and much more. In addition to apples and scrap- ple, there will b e plenty more on the menu - oyster sandwiches, Italian sausages, blooming onions, crab cakes, boardwalk fries, pig roast and many more tempting food choices. A street dance will be held Fri- day night with the band, "Barren Creek," and on Saturday night, festivalgoers can dance to the oldies band, "The Cruizers." For more information, call 337- 7135 or 337-8131. Through storytelling, Thomas attempts to connect with the peo- ple around him; Victor, in con- trast, uses his quiet countenance to gain strength and confidence. The two establish a unique and unfor- gettable friendship through the course of their travels in this heartwarming tale that keeps an astute eye on the Native American culture of today.. The mesnierizing mind-bender took the"BestDirector" prize at this year'S Sundance Film Festival and has become one of the most talked-about independent films of the year. Maximillian Cohen (Sean-Gtle)gy  a tad psy- chotic,'he.may, be,a genis - or he may be a bit of both. He is on' desperate search to find, both in nature and the stock market, pat- terns that can be diagrammed and predicted. His search becomes aided by a young Orthodox Jew who tells him that the secrets he seeks are found in the mathematical cyphers of Torah. Will Max find the elu- sive solution and solve all of life's riddles, or will he unearth some- thing that never should have been discovered? 'Full Tilt Boogie' This documentary with Quentin Juliette Lewis focuses on the mak- ing of the cult hit, "From Dusk Til Dawn?' "Full Tilt Boogie" is acomedic chronicle of the life of a film crew, on and off the set, of a major mo- tion pict.ure. Led b), director. Robert Rodriguez ("ElMariachi"), producer Lawrence Bender (,Pulp Fiction," "Good Will Hunting,) and Tarantino ("Pulp Fiction," "Jackie Brown"), take a witty, candid peek behind the scenes of modem filmmaking. : From Hollywood to a scorching set in Barstow, Ca., crew mem- bers guide viewers through the blood, sweat, tears and laughter of the filmmaking process. For more information about the Rehbboth Beach Independent Film Festival, set for Nov. 12-15, call 226-3744 or visit the Web site, <>. John Waters will help ush- er in the Rehoboth Beach In- dependent Film Festival at the opening gala, Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Bottle & Cork. HAPPY HOUR 5-7 Daily 4-7 Sat. & Sun. 6 9"m" oo'2,00y PAN ASIAN BISTRO ., 37 Wilmington Avenue 302-226400 227-2500 GOLF PARK R E H O BOTH B EAC H Golf Shop Outlet End of Summer Blowout Sa:le! 7 Par 3 Course 18 Hole Putting Course Lessons & Clinics Golf Leagues . Play Golf at Night Under The Lights! , Club Rd;, , ......