AARP is shedding a light on the challenges that many Hispanic and Latino family caregivers face, AARP invites you to join us for a reception and screening of “Cada paso del camino”  which translates to “Every step of the way.” The Spanish language documentary is director Alberto Ferreras’s submission to this year’s New York Latino Film Festival. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Ferreras, TV influencer and caregiver Marco Antonio Regil, and Tony Ruiz, a New York executive and family caregiver featured in the film.
With the popcorn and sodas stacked neatly in rows, AARP sponsored its first Movies For Grownups at the Grandin Theater in Roanoke, Virginia.  Although the movie started at 1:30 PM, AARP members started trickling in the theater at 11:30 AM in hopes of getting a prime seat. Many members were told to come early because the theatre would be filled.
Members of the community are invited to join AARP Virginia for a special showing of TYRUS on December 18 at 6 p.m. at the Historic Naro Theater, located on 1507 Colley Ave. TYRUS is an award-winning documentary film about the inspiring life, art, and enduring impact of 106-year-old, Chinese-American painter and Disney Legend, Tyrus Wong.
Join us July 29th to Screen a Community Caregiving Documentary
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A family from Dayton and the director of the Southwestern Ohio Area Agency on Aging are among those who welcomed filmmakers into their lives for Caring for Mom and Dad, an hour-long documentary airing on Public Broadcasting Stations nationwide in May and June.
Just in time for Valentine's Day! With the hashtag #NeverTooLateToDate, The Age of Love - a comic and poignant documentary about our lifelong search for love - launches across the country this February, with dozens of upcoming events and screenings being planned from Seattle to New York, including right here in Connecticut.
Guest Review by Brenda Lind, AARP Community Engagement Specialist --
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Join AARP for a FREE Screening of Cyber-Seniors. This humorous and heartwarming documentary follows the journey of a group of older adults as they discover the world of the Internet with the help of their tech-savvy youth mentors. The film offers a look at the obstacles and their many accomplishments when crossing the digital divide.   Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Kentucky Theatre 214 E. Main Street Lexington, KY 40507
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Attention all singletons (and couples!) -- Love will be in the air in the city of Bridgeport, CT on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.   AARP Connecticut is hosting a free movie screening and reception for The Age of Love - a new documentary that follows a group of intrepid seniors as they participate in a first-of-its-kind speed-dating event exclusively for 70-90 year-olds.  Join us and AARP's Sex and Relationships expert, Dr. Pepper Schwartz, along with the film's director, Steven Loring, for a fun and engaging evening that’s all about discovering and embracing the joys and challenges of love and dating, at any age!
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    Do you want to see a heartwarming documentary about seniors learning about new technology?  Join AARP Utah at the screening of " Cyber Seniors," a film that proves you're never too old to learn something new.  Initially reluctant seniors discover the wonders of the web with the help of teenage mentors.  This humorous and candid film explores the victories and challenges seniors can face as they dive into the digital world.
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