Posts From the monthly archives: "July 2017"

Constance Cook was a remarkable woman who pioneered in the political world, and against perceived opinion about women’s lives. Watch the documentary on her life and work. For more information: Visit www.ConnieCookFilm.com  Go to the Connie Cook Film Facebook page Rent or Buy Online  Visit Vimeo to rent or buy online For…(Read More)

Lighthearted, humorous and packed with wisdom, it features real women and men in their fifties through their eighties, who redefine what it means to be “retired” and to be “senior citizens,” as they live active and vital lives. This documentary will change your ideas about retirement in the 21st Century.   SILVER AWARD WINNER in…(Read More)

Beets and Beans: Living and Dying with Hospice attempts to dispel some myths about what it means to work with a Hospice provider. This half-hour documentary interweaves the rich journeys of patients, caregivers, and family members as their lives are touched by hospice services. Those narratives show the audience how our participants are changed…(Read More)

Leading ‘Ladies:’ The Life and Times of It’s All Right To Be Woman Theatre by Sue Perlgut, co-directed by AC Warden From 1970 – 1976 It’s All Right To Be Woman Theater lived, worked and performed in New York City and traveled to women’s centers and college campuses across the U.S…(Read More)

Stay Strong: Lift For Life Strength Training for People 65 and Older, With Debbie Bosanko This DVD features a total body workout with hand weights and options for chair exercises. The exercise program was designed with people age 65 and older in mind. However, you don’t have to be 65 to do the exercises…(Read More)