The brainchild of a single, visionary man, the first annual (here's hoping, at least) Jewish Redneck Film Festival took place this past weekend in the little Catskill town of Kerhonkson. Because there aren't really very many films to which the festival's name applies, the entire event consisted of one double-feature screening: The Big Lebowski and Blazing Saddles. Of-age audiences were admitted to the venue - "the yellow building next to the firehouse on Main Street" - for free, but those in need of refreshments were asked to pay for them. In the offing? Pabst Blue Ribbon and Maneschewitz wine, of course.