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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 9 - October 15, 1998 - 81 Trish Vernon photos At left, Relaxing during the benefit are (l-r) Mark Steinberg of Rehoboth Beach, Jim Snyder of Lewes, Jan Hickman and Mary King, also both of Lewes. At right, shown socializing during the gala are fellow members of the Pilots Association for the Bay and River Delaware, Troy Selph, left, and Eric Quick, along with Selph&apos;s wife, Susan. Festival Continued from page 80 producer Barry Becker. The films will be preceded by a host of workshops and panel discussioris from noted members of the film community, including artists who have worked on such films as "Ti- taniC' and "Godzilla." A chil- dren's cooking program will be featured on Saturday and Sunday. Three special late night screen- ings are slated: John Waters' cult classic ',Pink Flamingos," the original "Nightmare on Elm Street" and this year's nail-biter, "Office Killer." The Embassy of the Czech Republic will present a trio of films representing the best in modern cinema from native filmmakers as well. A sampling of other films to be -shown include "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg," a romance starring = Catherine Deneuve; "PI," which won Best Director at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival; "The Thief," which was nominated for an Academy Award and Golden Globe award as Best Foreign Film; and "Junk Mail," which took a first prize from internation- al critics as Cannes in 1997. For more information, call 226- 3744 or check out the web site., <www.rehobothfilm.com>. Shown sneaking a kiss dur- ing the festivities are Re- hoboth Beach Main Street Program Director Jessica Napier-Kane and husband Jack. - presents ! Please join us as we commemorate the elegance and service of a time gone by as enjoyed by the first class dining passengers on the ILM.S. Titanic through our interpretation of the last nineourse meal served on board. 003ss $450 per couple, includes complimentary oceanfront suite for the evening. Appropriate "period dress"or black tie requested THE BE00;T VIEW IN LEWES! Limited seating by reservation. Please call Patrida Kell at (302) 227-7169, R. 124 Dennis Forney photo Enjoying themselves during the Rehobeth Beach Film Festi- val's fundraiser are (l-r) Jim Fuqua, Elizabeth Kapke, Richie Shihadeh, Marcia Shihadeh and Lynn Fuqua. 00*00H00LLY'S Since  1946 RBSTJ00IIRJ00NT Open Daily 7 a.m. Midway Shopping Center 4578 Highway One Rehoboth Beach 302-645-7705 Lighthouse Restaurant AT FISHERMAN'S WHARF IN LEWES. 645-6271 Open 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. WW ->:.:: . r_,ww  :iour winter  ,,,HOU aren Lighten your load. Plan your holiday parties and banquets now. We have excellent facilities to host your event and serve an extensive menu from hors d'oeuvres to ,full meals. Drinks and homemade desserts are part of the package. Let us help you make your event enjoyable and memorable. Call us at 645-6271.