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66 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October 16, 1997 SAC announces increased awards for 17th Annual Sussex Fine Arts Exhibit The Sussex Arts Council has re- ceived funding to support a new award at the 17th Annual Sussex County Fine Arts Exhibit, which will open Saturday, Nov. 1, at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College in Georgetown. The Angler's Motel of Lewes has agreed to sponsor a $500 Best in Show prize which will be awarded at the opening reception of the ex- hibit. Other prizes being awarded at the reception include the $150 Award of Excellence, sponsored by the Rehoboth Art League; and second and third place prizes in the amounts of $100 and $50, sponsored by Midway Office and Art Supply in Rehoboth and the Sussex County Council Purchase Award program. As in years past, several works will be purchased by Sussex County Council to be made part of a permanent exhibit of Sussex County artists at various county locations. In addition, the $100 Francis Lewis Folk Arts Award will be made in memory of the late Bridgeville primitive artist. The reception will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Satur- day, Nov. 1, and will be held out- side the theatre at Delaware Tech. Sussex County residents age 18 or older may submit one hanging and/or two pieces of free-standing sculpture. All work must be origi- nal, less than two years old, and may not have been previously ex- hibited in the SAC gallery. There will be no entry fee for SAC mem- bers; nonmembers must pay a $10 entry fee. A one-year SAC mem- bership will then be provided to those artists. There is no require- ment as to artistic style, subject matter or medium for entry into this exhibit or award. Persons in- terested in receiving an entry ap- plication form for the exhibit or more information about the Sus- sex Arts Council, may call 856- 5421. Miss Diamond The Miss Diamond State pageant, an official preliminary pageant to the Miss Delaware and Miss America pageants, will host its a craft show to benefit the Miss Diamond State Scholarship Pageant. The show will be held Saturday, Oct. 25, from 9 a.m. to 5 The following movies are now playing in the resort area: Most Wanted - Keenen Ivory Wayans stars in this action thriller, in which he plays a covert soldier who takes a doctor (Jill Hennessy) hostage. Rated R. Rocket Man - A bumbling scientist is tapped for the first manned mission to Mars. Stars Shelley Duvall and Beau Bridges. Rated PG. Seven Years in Tibet - Brad Pitt stars in this long-awaited movie based on the life of Hein- rich Harrer, an Austrian moun- taineer who set off to climb a Hi- malayan peak and ended up es- caping from a prisoner-of-war camp and meeting the Dalai Lama. Rated R. Kiss the Girls - The tale of a serial "collector" who adds Mor- gan Freeman's niece to his collec- tion of kidnapped women. A film that is on a par with "Silence of the Lambs" and "Seven," the movie also stars Ashley Judd, Cary Elwes and Tony Goldwyn. Rated R. A Thousand Acres - Based on Jane Smiley's 1991 Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Jason Ro- bards stars as a dictatorial farmer who turns his land over to his three daughters (played by stellar actresses Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jessica Lange and Micheile Pfeif- fer). Rated R. Soul Food - Vanessa L. Williams, Vivica A. Fox and Nia Long star in this directorial debut by George Tillman Jr. An African-American family's life begins to unravel when their mother becomes ill. The remedy is Sunday night dinner, where the State p.m. at Aldersgate Methodist Church, located on Route 202 in Wilmington. The show will feature crafters from Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania offering all kinds of crafts, including stained glass, wood, clothing, silk and dried family spends time bonding. Rat- ed R. L.A. Confidential - Set against the glamour of 1950's Hollywood, a crime story starting Guy Pierce, Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, James Cromwell, Kim Basinger and Danny Devito. Bet- ter not take your eyes away for one minute of this movie, which features more than 100 characters and a plot so tricky some of its screenwriters couldn't keep track. Rated R. The Edge - Alec Baldwin and Anthony Hopkins star as oppo- sites who fight the elements and each other after their plane crash- es in the tundra. Also features Elle Macpherson. Rated R. Peacemaker - George Cioon- ey is an Army intelligence officer and Nicole Kidman is the head of the White House Nuclear Smug- gling Group. Both are fighting to keep an Eastern European terrorist from turning the UN into an ash heap. Rated R. In and Out - Kevin Kline stars in this hilarious comedy in which he portrays a high school drama teacher riddled with indeci- sion about his sexuality. Also fea- tures Tom Selleck, Joan Cusack, Matt Dillon, Bob Newhart, Deb- bie Reyolds and Wilford Brimley. Directed by Frank Oz. Rated PG- 13. The Game - A billionaire (Michael Douglas) gets an unex- pected birthday gift from sibling Sean Penn, when he receives a role-playing game that includes real bullets and life-or-death propositions. Rated R. Air Force One - Harrison Ford stars as the president oppo- site big screen veep Glenn Close. The head of state's aircraft is high-jacked, sending the cast and audience reeling on an adventur- ous plot. Rated R. craft show slated for Oct. 25 flowers and more. The reigning Miss Diamond State will also make an appearance and will be available for autograph signing. Admission to the show is free and free parking is available. For more information, call Susan McNeiil at 302-996-9088. Men In Black - Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are ultra- cool agents fighting extra-terres- trials. Cool special effects are the icing on the cake of this movie. 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