Camden International Film Festival Announces the Aging in Maine Screening Tour

We are thrilled to be screening the film as a part of the Aging in Maine Screening Tour. It is an extension of a collaboration with a festival, and organization and collection of people that we love. The Genius of Marian was a part of the Working films REEL AGING: Real Change residency early on in production and we were central collaborators in the Aging in Maine summit, a program co-sponsored by them and The Camden International Film Festival, supported by The Fledgling Fund during CIFF 2013.

Here are upcoming  screening times for The Genius of Marian.

Here is an excerpt from the press release by Camden International Film Festival

“Camden International Film Festival launches the Aging in Maine Screening Tour, a new statewide program that brings screenings of award-winning documentary films and discussions to more than ten different communities between March and July 2014.

The tour is the second part of CIFF’s inaugural Engagement Summit: Aging in Maine, a unique program that connects Maine-based nonprofit leaders with documentary films and filmmakers to develop community-based social action campaigns designed to engage communities in a thoughtful inter-generational dialogue around the issues of aging and dementia-related illness.

Films screened as part of the Aging in Maine tour will include CIFF’s 2013 Harrell Award for Best Documentary, The Genius of Marian, a selection of short films called Golden Shorts and other aging films including Age of Champions, First Cousin Once Removed and Last Dreams, which also received a Special Jury mention at last year’s festival.”

For more information click here!

Comments are closed.