Sky Bergman’s excellent film “Lives well Lived,” about oldsters making the most of their later years, and having already been playing in many cities around the United States, has finally landed a New York venue. (See Search, Special Reports for original article containing review.)
The documentary will be screened July 19-24 at the Carole Zabar Center for Film at the Marlene Meyerson JCC (Jewish Community Center) at 334 Amsterdam Avenue (at 75th Street) in New York City. For further information phone: 646-505-4444.
Sky Bergman, noted photographer as well as the director of the film, will take part in Q and A sessions following the July 19 and 20 screenings. Posted June 25, 2018.