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Adult & Senior Center of Saratoga
“A Community Center for Adults 50 and Over”
The Alhambra Theatre Film Festival
Bay Path University/Kaleidoscope
Perspectives on Culture, Life and Learning
Caffé Lena
“Good Folk Since 1960”
Caffé Lena History Project
“Inside America’s Legendary Folk Music Coffeehouse”
Chagrin Documentary Film Festival
“Bringing the World to Northeast Ohio”
Champlain Valley Film Series
“showing current and classic movies throughout the year in Upstate New York”
Chautauqua Institution
Chesapeake Film Festival
“Watch. Think. Discuss.”
FILM FALMOUTH Screening Series
The Fort Myers Film Festival
“The edge has come to Fort Myers”
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College
“Documentary Screenings from The Boston Globe
The Helen M. Upton Center for Women’s Studies
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Long Beach Indie International Film, Media, and Music Festival
“Somos Uno/We Are One”
Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group (LACPUG)
Maine Public Broadcasting Network (MPBN-TV)
Mountain Lake PBS
“Your Stories. Your Station.”
Nantucket Atheneum
“Enriching Island Life Year-Round”
The New School
New York City Independent Film Festival
Queens World Film Festival
Saratoga Film Forum

Scripps College
The Women’s College ǀ Claremont
Skidmore College
Spirit Quest Film Festival
The Three Tomatoes
“The Insider’s Guide for women who aren’t kids”
WCNY (Public Broadcasting Council of Central New York)
“Educate. Entertain. Inspire.”
Wellesley Free Library
“Greater Philadelphia’s leading public media provider…”
Buffalo ǀ Toronto
“Serving Northern New York and Eastern Ontario, Canada”
Women’s International Film & Arts Festival
“Women’s Dreams, Visions & Voices”
Woods Hole Film Festival
Rhode Island PBS


“The Port Huron Statement at 50”
March 3, 2012 – By Sam Roberts, The New York Times
“Embrace Your Age, and Conquer the World”
As baby boomers grow older, they finally have the numbers to tackle popular misconceptions about older workers.
September 14, 2013 – By Peggy Klaus, The New York Times
“The Millennial-Boomer Alliance”
Baby boomers and their millennial kids seem to be getting along pretty well. Maybe because they have a few experiences in common.
September 14, 2013 – By Ed Meek, The Boston Globe