Bill Newcott and The Rehoboth Beach Film Society

Welcome!

I’m delighted to begin a new relationship with the Rehoboth Beach Film Society, an essential cultural center on the Delaware Shore and custodian of the Cinema Arts Theater, offering an unsurpassed variety of independent films and film-related programs.

 Visit this page for my reviews of upcoming films at CAT, plus special Movies For The Rest Of Us features and interviews related to upcoming events. 

 

VIDEO REVIEW: MIKE WALLACE IS HERE

In this unsparing look at the career of “60 Minutes” reporter Mike Wallace, director Avi Belkin explores the roots of his take-no-prisoners approach to interviewing — and how Wallace utterly re-invented himself after starting out as a cheerful, chatty game show host.

VIDEO: TRACY EDWARDS SETS SAIL IN MAIDEN

STARTS FRIDAY, JULY 26

Through sheer determination — often of the most reckless kind — 24-year-old Tracy Edwards in 1989 became skipper of the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round The World Race (now known as the Volvo Ocean Race). Bill Newcott sits down with Tracy to talk about her ceiling-shattering accomplishments — and the splashy new documentary about her life, Maiden

VIDEO: DIANE KEATON: HAMPSTEAD

NOW SHOWING


In several of her past films Diane Keaton has explored the life of an older woman on her own. In “Hampstead” she stars as a widow who strikes up an unlikely relationship with a rough-edged Irishman. Sitting down with our own Tiffany Newcott Himes, never-married Diane confesses she was blinded by the endless search for the perfect romantic fantasy.

VIDEO: MOVIE MOONS

It’s been 50 years since Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, and even longer since Hollywood’s love affair with the lunar landscape. Here are Bill Newcott’s favorite scenes featuring moons in the movies.

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