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by John Hanson, Jack Lind, and Tom Livingston
Sisters follows the lives of the women of St. Scholastica Monastery in Duluth, Minnesota as they pursue a balanced life based on the Rule of St. Benedict and face an uncertain future with spirit, conviction, and wit.
by Nancy Kelly
Meet Rene: at age 85, this unusual art collector continues to search for the work of northern California artists, hoping to make his next great discovery.
by Laura Gabbert, Caroline Libresco, and Eden H. Wurmfeld
They’re old, they’re bold, and they’ll change the way you think about aging. The only lucid residents at a retirement home for political progressives, best friends Irja and Lucille experience later life with vitality, dignity, humor, and purpose.
by Leah Mahan
An intimate portrait of the extraordinary relationship between two African American artists who have been collaborating as musicians and visual artists since 1983.
POV, True Stories
by Maite Alberdi
Friends from infancy, a group of elderly Chilean friends common history helps them overcome their differences through a 60-year friendship.
Global Perspectives Collection, POV
by Alex Beckstead
As his grandparents make their yearly pilgrimage West in an RV, Director Alex Beckstead examines his family's humble roots and eccentricities.
by Richard Kotuk
The complex life of a child born with AIDS struggling to survive and pursue a happy life.
by Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly
On call 24/7 for the past six years, three senior citizens have made history by greeting nearly one million U.S. troops at a tiny airport in Maine.
by Scott Kirschenbaum
Lee Gorewitz lives in a care facility for Alzheimer's patients, but she is not simply waiting to die. She is full of curiosity and frustration, struggling to remember herself and make sense of a world that is falling away from her.
by Stephen Walker
Their average age is 81, but the spirited members of the Young@Heart Chorus perform songs by artists from The Clash to Coldplay for audiences around the world, upending assumptions about friendship, old age, life, and death.