‘Art of Aging’ documentaries in Silver Cinema Series

Feb 25th, 2015 | By | Category: Lifestyles

Three documentary films ¬¬– one of them about a World War II veteran who’s become a legendary fly fisherman, one about a photographer who was still an attention-getter in her 90s, and another featuring elders’ personal stories — will be shown in March at the Key Center branch of Pierce County Library in the Silver Cinema Series, subtitled “The Art of Aging in Film and Community.”
The free screenings, each scheduled for 2 p.m., includes:
• March 8, “The Elders.” Individual vignettes of elders sharing their personal coming-of-age stories to consider and understand universal lessons of life.
• March 15, “Mending the Line.” Legendary fly fisherman Frank Moore, now in his 90s, returns to the streams of Normandy he discovered as a soldier in World War II, invoking many memories.
• March 22, “Her Aim is True.” The legacy of Northwest rock band photographer Jini Dellaccio is captured in this film made in her 90s.
The library is at 8905 KPN in Lakebay.
Free refreshments and transportation will be sponsored by The Mustard Seed Project and Friends of the Key Center Library. More information is available from The Mustard Seed Project at 253-884-9814.

Jini Dellaccio, who was a Northwest rock band photographer, is the subject of a documentary film that will be shown at Pierce County Library's Key Center branch.

Jini Dellaccio, who was a Northwest rock band photographer, is the subject of a documentary film that will be shown at Pierce County Library’s Key Center branch.

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