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Subject: Aging & Gerontology

American Odyssey

American Odyssey

by Christina Monnier

A film about age, adventure and the open road

Body & Soul: Diana & Kathy

Body & Soul: Diana & Kathy

by Alice Elliott

Disability advocates model a grand experiment in independent living.

Breaking Silence: The Story of the Sisters at Desales Heights

Breaking Silence: The Story of the Sisters at Desales Heights

by Tommie Smith

An examination of social and cultural change, and the impact of such change upon individuals

The Collector of Bedford Street

The Collector of Bedford Street

by Alice Elliott

An Academy Award nominated short film about a neighbor with disabilities and a community with a plan.

Conversations with Willard Van Dyke

Conversations with Willard Van Dyke

by Amalie R Rothschild

A candid portrait of a filmmaker photographer who believed that film could change the world.

Eager For Your Kisses, Love and Sex at 95

Eager For Your Kisses, Love and Sex at 95

by Liz Cane

A 95-year-old man's determination to keep love and sex in his life

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Liberty: 3 Stories about Life & Death

Liberty: 3 Stories about Life & Death

by Pam Walton

An extraordinary celebration of life and lesbian community

Old People Driving

Old People Driving

by Shaleece Haas

Two elderly men confront the end of their driving years.

Quilts in Women's Lives

Quilts in Women's Lives

by Pat Ferrero

Traditional quilt makers share their art and their lives

Rebels With A Cause

Rebels With A Cause

by Nancy Kelly

They were unpaid and they were crazy. They were REBELS WITH A CAUSE. How a battle over land changed the landscape forever.

Raananah: A World of Our Own

Raananah: A World of Our Own

by Marlene Booth

Aging with dignity in a supportive community

Ringl and Pit

Ringl and Pit

by Juan Mandelbaum

A captivating portrait of Grete Stern and Ellen Auerbach, two pioneering artists who started a photography studio in Berlin in 1929, and what being a “New Woman” was like during those times.

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The Self-Made Man

The Self-Made Man

by Susan Stern

Is it ever rational to choose death? Is it ever good?

Stages

Stages

by Meerkat Media Collective & Jay Sterrenberg

A moving portrait of aging Puerto Rican women and urban teenagers collaboratively creating a play out of the stories of their lives.

Swell

Swell

by Charlotte Lagarde

A portrait of a community of four generations of women surfers in Santa Cruz.

Who Remembers Mama?

Who Remembers Mama?

by Cynthia Mondell

The plight of middle-aged women who lose their traditional roles as homemakers through divorce.

With Babies and Banners

With Babies and Banners

by Lorraine Gray

The dramatic story of working women and men who changed American history, Oscar nominated and Grand Prize winner.

Woo Who? May Wilson

Woo Who? May Wilson

by Amalie R Rothschild

A grandmother begins a new life as an underground artist

Yudie

Yudie

by Mirra Bank

A film about independence, aging, and the immigration experience