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Is It the Right Time?  The Nursing Home Decision

This follow-up DVD to "More Than a Thousand Tomorrows" deals with the tough decision of nursing home placement.

Added 02/08/2018

Terra Nova Films 2010 13.0 minutes

Through the experiences of Betty and Everett Jordan, More Than a Thousand Tomorrows explores--over a seven-year period--the challenges Alzheimer's can bring to intimacy and sexuality in a spousal relationship. Added 02/08/2018

Terra Nova Films 2003 22.0 minutes

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  • A Thousand Tomorrows: Intimacy, Sexuality and Alzheimer's

    Through candid interviews with spouse caregivers and where possible, the spouse who has Alzheimer's, this video explores issues surrounding intimacy, sexuality, and Alzheimer's disease.

    Added 02/08/2018

  • Backing Out of Time

    Backing Out of Time

    Over a three-year period, this intimate film balances the honest emotions and real concerns of five diverse families as they navigate a new and often sudden terrain — that of caregiving.

    Added 02/08/2018

  • Grow Old Along With Me: The Poetry of Aging

    Through many diverse faces, this film takes the viewer on a poignant, engaging journey that shows aging as an ongoing creative process.

    Added 02/08/2018

  • What Time is Left

    This moving film opens up a quiet storm of issues concerning how we all live and die, and how we face or choose to ignore the looming end-of-life choices that affect our aged loved one and ultimately ourselves.

    Added 02/08/2018

  • There is a Place

    This inspiring new film takes us to a place...a place where the healing power of music transcends Alzheimer's loneliness, and confusion to usher in a sense of happiness and belonging.

    Added 02/08/2018

  • Still Dreaming

    Still Dreaming

    What happens when a group of retired actors, dancers, and musicians now residing at the Lillian Booth Actors Home find themselves experiencing both the pain and exhilaration of re-immersion in their life's work - amidst the challenges of aging?

    Added 02/08/2018

  • Cyber-Seniors

    A group of senior citizens take their first steps into cyberspace under the tutelage of teenage mentors

    Added 02/08/2018

  • Le Joli Mai

    Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme's legendary portrait of Paris and Parisians at the close of the Algerian war.

    Added 01/16/2018

  • Double Life, a Short History of Sex in the USSR

    Revisits 70 years of communist power in the Eastern Bloc through the prism of sexuality.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Ta'ang

    Ta'ang

    The daily life of Ta'ang refugees, a Burmese ethnic minority who are caught between a civil war and the Chinese border.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Cholesterol, the Great Bluff

    A rigorous investigation on the cholesterol case, dealing with social, political, scientific and economical issues.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • When Banana Ruled

    A dramatic tale of cynical adventurers, of visionaries of a modern and crippling capitalism, told like a Western.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Sacred Water

    Immerses the viewer into a modern Rwanda rediscovering its heritage in a most secret way: female pleasure.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • The Nine Muses

    The Nine Muses

    John Akomfrah's remarkable meditation about chance, fate and redemption.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Thank You for the Rain

    Kisilu, a Kenyan farmer, uses his camera to capture the life of his family, his village and the damages of climate change. When a violent storm occurs, he becomes a community leader and activist on the global stage.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • In the Intense Now

    A meditation on 1968 political uprisings in France, Czechoslovakia, China, and Brazil.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Jean Rouch, the Adventurous Filmmaker

    A documentary about Jean Rouch, his films, and his influence on African cinema.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Donna Haraway

    Donna Haraway

    A playful and candid portrait of Donna Haraway, one of the most important living thinkers in the field of science and technology.

    Added 12/22/2017

  • Food Coop

    Looks at the workings of a highly profitable supermarket, Brooklyn's Park Slope Food Coop, which for 44 years has been a shining example of a successful alternative economic system at work.

    Added 11/27/2017

  • Daughters of the Forest

    A group of girls in a remote forest in Paraguay are transformed at an experimental high school where they learn to protect the threatened forest and build a future for themselves.

    Added 11/27/2017

  • Triple Divide [REDACTED]

    Investigates the impact of fracking and exposes the cover-up of related drinking-water contamination in the triple watershed of the Eastern US.

    Added 10/23/2017

  • Celling Your Soul

    Celling Your Soul

    An examination of our love/hate relationships with our digital devices from the first digitally socialized generation, and what we can do about it.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Cheshire, Ohio

    Follows a community devastated by coal, starting with American Electric Power's buyout and bulldozing of this Ohio River town, after exposing them to years of harmful emissions.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Cracking Cancer

    A clinical research trial at the Personalized OncoGenomics Program is changing the way scientists think about the future of cancer care.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Evolution of Organic

    The story of organic agriculture, told by those in California who built the movement.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Food For Change

    Food For Change

    The deep history of cooperatives in America — the country's longest-surviving alternative economic system.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • From This Day Forward

    Tells the story of a love, and family, that survived the most intimate of transformations.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • One Big Home

    Trophy homes threaten Martha's Vineyard. When he feels he is complicit in wrecking the place he calls home, one carpenter takes off his tool belt and picks up a camera.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Sacred Cod

    Captures the collapse of the historic cod population in New England, delving into the effects of overfishing, climate change and government policies on fishermen and the fish.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Tribal Justice

    Tribal Justice

    Documents an effective criminal justice reform movement in America: the efforts of tribal courts to return to traditional, community-healing concepts of justice.

    Added 10/03/2017

  • Whose Home on the Range?

    The peace process between environmentalists, ranchers, and the U.S. Forest Service in the toughest county in the West.

    Added 09/20/2017

  • AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock

    Documents the story of Native-led defiance of construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline that has forever changed the fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. The film asks: 'Are you ready to join the fight?'

    Added 08/29/2017