San Diego Media Arts Center hosts age-friendly film festival


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Thursday, November 11, 20210



San Diego Media Arts Centerin partnership with AARP, The San Diego Foundation and the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency, Aging and Independence Servicescelebrates the completion of the Emerging Filmmaker Fellowship by hosting the Age Friendly Film Festival.

This four-month fellowship provided participants with a cash stipend, filmmaker training and mentorship to produce short films highlighting local efforts to create age-friendly communities where people of all ages can be healthy. health and flourish. “The films produced by the fellows give us a glimpse of what age-friendly communities can look like. highlighting the radical potential for structural change and a future grounded in care and compassion for people of all ages. – Cameron Quevedo, Education Director of the Media Arts Center of San Diego.

The short documentaries will be screened at the Age-Friendly Film Festival.

About the Age-Friendly Film Festival

The Age-Friendly Film Festival is a celebration of youth-produced videos about services available to San Diego’s aging communities. Over a 4-month period, participating filmmakers produced videos highlighting much-needed services and initiatives that improve the quality of life for seniors.

See you there, San Diego!

Sat – November 13, 2021
4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Reading Cinemas Town Square

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