Do you know the people or places in these photos? They feature World War II veterans, captured on film but so far, unidentified. The Rescued Film Project has undertaken a massive project — taking previously undeveloped rolls of film, found in locations all over the world and processing them in the hopes that people can help put names to the faces and places featured in the photos.
At 100 years old, Connie Sawyer is the world’s oldest working actress, and she has no plans of slowing down. We catch up with this Hollywood legend to find out about going on auditions at 100 and the one film role she still regrets.
On April 16th, 1889 Charlie Chaplin was born. To commemorate this, Google created a video tribute. Ha! Our Bill Shafer did that YEARS ago!
Art lovers may know Rob Elowitch as the head of an upscale New England gallery but wrestling fans around the country know him as Robbie Ellis, the sexiest sexagenarian super-stud in wrestling.
It took him 13 years to get it made, but director Kenny Golde says his film about second-chance love taught him how important it is to treasure the wisdom of those older than us.
In her 90s and considered one of the most beautiful people on both big and small screens, Mimi Weddell could be considered a late bloomer! See why her acting dreams got deferred, why she loves hats, and what growing up in the Depression taught her.
Growing Bolder Radio has interviewed a remarkable man by the name of Dan Buettner. Dan holds several world endurance cycling records, is an adventurer, film producer, photographer, educator, and now author of the definitive book on longevity.
In 1965, The Byrds’ Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, and David Crosby wrote the song Eight Miles High about their plane trip to England. Two years later, the group returned to London and McGuinn took along his home movie camera — now he’s unveiling the film.
A Hollywood heavyweight is opening the vault to bring the hilarious works of his famous father back into the spotlight.
They say a good film will find an audience and films are now finding their way to a unique community in Florida. A love of cinema has motivated a woman to organize what may be the world’s first independent film festival in a retirement community.