Video Interview with Bob Cilman and Steve Martin of Young@Heart

Posted on January 13, 2010

Bob Cilman, the director of the Young@Heart Chorus, and Steve Martin, a chorus member, stopped by the ITVS offices yesterday -- on the day of the television premiere of Young@Heart on Independent Lens on PBS. In the video below, they talk about what it was like to participate in screenings across the country as part Community Cinema and what they hope people will take away from the television broadcast. 


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