Silver Screen Studios
Silver Screen Studios celebrates the lives and experiences of inspiring seniors through short form digital series and other media. From the legends we love to the everyday Silver Screen stars in our own lives, the platform tells the stories of those living well into their later years to show all of us how to live life fully and to be role models for a great last act of our lives.
From legendary seniors like Screenwriter Norman Lear, Actress Marion Ross, and Senator Carl Levin, Silver Screen presents a series of documentary shorts, to inspire audiences – to live a meaningful last act of our lives – with creativity, wisdom, wit, and candor. At any age, we can learn about the past directly from the people who lived it, creating space for an intergenerational dialogue that empowers, informs and entertains.
Learn more at www.silverscreenstudios.org
In the second episode of the Silver Screen Studios original series “Sign of the Times” we meet 77-year-old Dr. Sharon Silverman, a Chicago-based educator, who has dedicated her life to advocating for educational equality and access for children worldwide. Dr. Silverman offers insights and wisdom (needed even more now) on how to teach students who struggle. As a life-long learner, Dr. Silverman also inspires us to lead with curiosity, and adventure and to never stop learning no matter how old you are.
In the premiere episode of Silver Screen Studios’ newest series, we meet 76-year-old Rabbi Douglas Goldhamer who has dedicated his life and spiritual teachings to advocating for the Deaf community and honoring diversity, equity and inclusion in the Jewish Faith. The founder of the first congregation to serve the Deaf Jewish community, he also started the Hebrew Seminary, training hearing and Deaf rabbis to work with the deaf community and be fluent in ASL. Watch here