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Interested in the "Learning from Women Over 85" workshop presented by author Amy Gorman? This workshop is beneficial for groups of all kinds; the workshop focuses on creativity and purpose as we age. Learn more about aging gracefully.

Contact Amy for more information, call 510-527-4973, or visit www.agingartfully.com.


Aging Artfully with Amy Gorman upcoming events in Bay Area>
San Francisco Chronicle article features Frances Catlett approaching 100 >
The Brattleboro Women’s Film Festival
, Vermont has invited Still Kicking to screen at its 16th festival in March 2008 >
8th Annual 2007 Santa Fe Film Festival
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screened Still Kicking Nov. 29 and Dec 1 with Off the Rocker>
Oakland Film Festival
screens Still Kicking Sunday Oct. 21 at Grand Lake Theater >

Independent Publisher National and Regional Book Awards
presents Aging Artfully with a bronze metal >
Hearts & Minds Film Festival
's Family Fare Showcase will screen 11 films May 5th, including Still Kicking >
Video Librarian has given Still Kicking a three and a half star (out of four), highly recommended rating >

Mendocino Film Festival
screening of Still Kicking receives outstanding feedback>
The Media Festival of the 2007 Joint Conference of National Council on the Aging and American Society on Aging screened Still Kicking March 7, Amy Gorman attended >
Pod cast from Santa Barbara Film Festival what went on, celebrities, filmmaker interviews >
The book Aging Artfully by Amy Gorman now has its own web site featuring excerpts, resources, photos, more >
Viewers write Writing instructor Illia Thompson previewed Still Kicking with her writing classes then had them write about their reactions, including her own >
Photos
of film festivals and screenings, including several women documented in Still Kicking >
Comments from early viewers, including children of some of the women >

Latest news
gives more details of Still Kicking and Aging Artfully >


Official Festival Selections:


Brattleboro Women’s Film Festival, Brattleboro, Vermont
Santa Fe Film Festival
, Santa Fe, NM.
Oakland International Film Festival, Oakland, CA.
Hearts & Minds Film Festival, Dover, Delaware
Mendocino Film Festival, Mendocino, CA.
Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Santa Barbara, CA.
Show-Me Missouri International Film Festival, Springfield, MO.
American Society on Aging
Media Festival, Chicago, Ill.
Berkeley Film & Video Festival, Berkeley, CA.
Port Townsend Film Festival, Port Townsend, WA.
2006 Independents' Film Festival (IFF), The Education Channel, Tampa, FL.

Real to Reel Film Festival
, Kings Mountain, NC
.

Local Screenings:

Call (510) 527-4977 for upcoming screenings and events information. All events are free unless noted.

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Still Kicking DVD and Aging Artfully bookOnline Purchase of DVD and book now available

The inspiring stories of these women are now available in print and on DVD. With the release of Amy Gorman's book, Aging Artfully, we are encouraged to make the DVD Still Kicking and the book available online for purchase. Visit the Aging Artfully web site to read more about Gorman's book here. To purchase DVD and/or book, use the purchase button.

The film Still kicking honors the gift of age, and poignantly illustrates that growing old can be a time of creative expression and satisfaction. Challenging the perceptions and attitudes towards being old, still kicking is certain to trigger dialogue and ignite the imagination of us all.

 

"In a world where we too frequently encounter negative images of aging, come book and film abundant with elders who, through love of and work with their particular craft, embody Browning's oft-quoted grow old with me the best is yet to be. In film, photography and oral history, Amy Gorman and Greg Young have captured the creative spirit of these remarkable Bay Area women."

Diane Driver, PhD
Resource Specialist, Resource Center on Aging
University of California, Berkeley

We would enjoy sending you progress of the film and book, upcoming screenings, and updates on the women. If you would like this information, click here.

 

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