29Jul

Doorbells - Covid 19

Meet Kathleen, whose life has changed during lockdown - perhaps for the better.

Doorbells Covid-19 is a humorous, poignant and reflective film short that asks questions about where and how we live as we grow older.

Whether living alone, ageing without children or caring for others, what are our options?

How do Kathleen’s choices resonate with our own decisions about how we live? What choices do we really have about where we live now and in the future?

Doorbells Covid-19 has been commissioned by Care & Repair England and Elders Council of Newcastle and is supported by Rayne Foundation. It has been created Skimstone Arts.

Join us for a free online screening of Doorbells Covid19:

Wednesday 29 July, 2.30pm – 4pm. Book a free ticket here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/doorbells-covid-19-a-humorous-poignant-film-short-about-later-life-tickets-112413810734

There will be a second screening of Doorbells COVID 19 with Fuse on:

Wednesday 5 August, 2.30 pm - 4.00 pm.  Book a free ticket here

http://www.fuse.ac.uk/events/covid-19seminarseries/doorbellscovid-19filmscreeningwhereandhowweliveaswegrowolder.html

 

 



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