Join Dr. Christopher Boulton, award-winning independent filmmaker and associate professor of communication at the University of Tampa for a screening and discussion of a film that shows it’s never too
Join Dr. Christopher Boulton, award-winning independent filmmaker and associate professor of communication at the University of Tampa for a screening and discussion of a film that shows it’s never too late–documenting aging, ability, and creativity.
It premiered at the Sarasota Film Festival back in April and is now coming to Tampa for a free screening in August! Sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of South Florida, this event is open to the public and will take place in the Reeves Theater on the second floor of the Vaughn Center at the University of Tampa. The film runs an hour. Stay after to meet the director and main subjects during a Q&A and reception.
There will be plenty of free parking reserved for the event in the UT lot near the corner of Kennedy and UT University Drive.
More about the film:
When Sarah, Eneida, and Juanita join a dance outreach program for seniors, they catch the eye of a local choreographer who challenges them to create and perform an original modern dance in one week. As the recital approaches, the women struggle to overcome a range of mental and physical limitations. What they create, and the process along the way, offers an intimate look at what happens to the creative process when every body dances. Life After Life is a poignant, surprising, and at times hilarious documentary about aging, ability, and artistic expression that shows it is never too late to explore the unknown.
Please reserve your free ticket here http://lifeafterlifefilm.com/screenings
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
University of Tampa - Vaughn Center
401 West Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa FL 33606
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of South Floridajess@lifeafterlifefilm.com