Ageing does not have to be seen merely as being connected to limitations and restrictions, but can also involve new outlooks, curiosity, and opportunities
Together Manchester Film Festival for Communities
Fridays in 2015-16: Screenings at Manchester Communication Academy. All welcome. Dates to be announces soon!
There are parts of our communities where people may feel left out, or marginalised, or discriminated against.
We can help to change this by bringing people together, of all backgrounds and ages, to screenings of films with positive images, with chances to interact with each other.
Monday October 13th 2014, 3-4pm: Project launched with discussions, opened by the Lord Mayor of Manchester: North West Film Archives, Central Library, Manchester
The Silver Screen European Film Festival comes to Greater Manchester.
Our first step is to team up with the European Silver Screen Festival which shows films which show older people in a positive light.
Ageing is something that touches everybody. Ageing doesn't have to be seen as limitations and restrictions: it also can involve new outlooks, curiosity, and opportunities. This understanding is important for people of all ages.
These films will be shown throughout the year here in Greater Manchester.
The Together partners for Greater Manchester.
- Gulnaz Parveen and Women in Neighbourhoods in Bolton
- Lou Beckett, Miners Community Centre and Small Cinema in Moston
- Manchester Communication Academy
- Robin Graham and Feelgood Communities across Greater Manchester
If you would like to be part of this then contact us! You may be at a care home, school, community organisation, business, film club, or cinema. Together we can invite guests from all backgrounds to come together.