CONNECTIONS: Documentary Film Series

CONNECTIONS, the documentary film series, returns for the fall term. Both films will be shown at the Ringling College Museum Campus.

  • Gold Member: $12
  • Silver Member and General Admission: $15  
Lives Well Lived

Lives Well Lived (2018)

55 minutes 
Monday, Oct. 10
2:30-4:30 pm
Ringling College Museum Campus

This critically acclaimed and award-winning film celebrates the incredible wit, wisdom, and experiences of people aged 75 to 100. Through their intimate memories and inspiring personal histories, they share their insights on living a meaningful life. These men and women describe their journey into old age through family histories, personal triumphs and tragedies, and loves and losses. Their stories will make you laugh, perhaps cry, but mostly inspire you.

100 Days with Tata (2021) 

100 Days with Tata

1 hour 22 minutes
Monday, Nov. 7
2:30-4:30 pm
Ringling College Museum Campus

In this heartwarming and joyful Spanish film, a young actor moves in with his beloved 95-year-old relative to care for her night and day during the pandemic. Their 100 days together are full of surprises, joys, fears, hopes, and crises. This lovely film is a testament to the power of love, the difficulties of aging, the reality of death, and the importance of human connection.


Julie Cotton headshot

About the Moderator

Julie Cotton, a member of the OLLI Advisory Council, is the coordinator and host of this series. Julie has a doctorate in Human Development and is a former organizational consultant and executive coach. She is an aficionado of documentary films and a skilled facilitator of group conversations.

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