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80 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 A night of 00litz and glamour raises funds for Rehoboth Film F 00stival Almost 250 supporters of the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival made their way to the light-enveloped home of Mario and Rebecca Capano in Re- hoboth Beach Yacht & Country Club Development on Saturday evening, Oct. 3, for a benefit gala hosted by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society. "It was a great success," said society president and cofounder Rob Rector, who noted that the Capanos have invited them back for next year's fundraiser. "The support of the community has been fantastic and the work of board members, volunteers and restaurants donating delicacies are greatly appreciated," Rector added. With the first Independent Film Festival slated for Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 12 to 15, they have selected more than 90 films from more than 15 different countries, several of which have either been nominated for Oscars, have won the equivalent of Oscars in their homeland, or have been in such major film festivals as Cannes and Sundance. Funds raised Saturday evening will help the society acquire these films and round out the festival with workshops, guest lectures and children's programs, not to mention the opening night gala on Thursday, Nov. 12, at the Bottle & Cork, when distinguished Balti- more-native director John Waters and PBS film critic Pat Stoner will be the featured hosts. For the following three days, films will be shown on all six screens at Rehoboth Mall The- aters, with video programs to be held at the Atlantic Sands Confer- ence Center, according to festival Continued on page 81 Trish Vernon photo Rehoboth Film Society organizers and gala hosts gather together. They are (l-r) Rob Rector, president; Rebecca Capano, who, along with husband Mario opened their house to the public for the fundraiser;, Barry Becker, festival producer;, Mario Capano; Jill Roberts and Carl Beck er, board members. Below, right, the Capano home is awash in multi-color lights for the gala. Above are Debbie and Dr. Vincent Killeen, left, along with Sabrina Hill of Rehoboth Beach, public relations representative for Sec. of State Edward Freel, and Jack Markell, who is presently a candidate for state treasurer. At left, Nelia Ryshko, Rehoboth Film Society board member, and her mother, Liz Dolan of Rehoboth Beach, cut the rug as the band performs on the deck of the Capano home. Trlsh Vernon photo Friends and relatives of Mario and Rebecca Capano above, were among those who enjoyed the Rehoboth Beach Film Festival fundraiser at the Capano's Rehoboth Beach Country Club home. Shown (l-r) are Tressa Capano, Terrent Olds, Lynn Iorii, Kevin Stafford, Sandra Rapuano and Vinnie Capano. At right, the outside deck of the Capano's Re- hoboth Bay-front home spans an area large enough to in- clude a swimming pool and a ballroom-sized dance area for waltzing and socializing under the stars, steadily re- freshed by ocean and bay breezes. Dennis Fomey photos Trlsh Vernon photos Above, Anthony Egeln, right, with Edward Jones investors of Lewes, and Robert Kapke, writer and producer of"The 7th Millennium,  which will be shown at the film festiv.al, sample oysters being shucked on the deck by Greg Peterson of Manos. Stewart Griffin "plays  the computerized grand piano, ac- companied by (l-r) Michael Hogan of Chameleon in Rehobeth Beach; Stan Sokolowsksi of Washington, D.C., and Jesse Berdinka, a Milford native who now lives in New York City.