About Silver Screen Studios
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.
Silver Screen Studios was created in collaboration with creative partners Tiffany Woolf and Steve Goldbloom. It is a passion project for Tiffany, who lost both parents at a young age and now looks to 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.
Find out more and see the videos at SilverScreenStudios.org.
Noam DromiManaging Director - Reboot Studios
Noam Dromi likes helping people make stuff in the media and technology space (and is known to make things himself on occasion). He’s currently helping others in the Reboot network make stuff as the managing director of Reboot Studio and doing some other things too.
Tiffany WoolfPR Pro and Co-Founder of Silver Screen Studios
Tiffany Woolf has over 25 years of PR experience in arts & entertainment, film, and public interest communications, She was on the Dalai Lama’s PR team (yes, even the world’s most enlightened guru needs some promotion from time to time). In 2018, Tiffany partnered with Reboot to launch Silver Screen Studios, a digital platform of shows, featuring interviews with the legends we love from Carl Reiner, Norman Lear, Marion Ross & Larry King to everyday older role models. Tiffany loves to delight in the absurd, loves old people, a good story or joke, kind people and lobster rolls (kosher of course).
Steve GoldbloomEmmy-nominated Writer, Producer, and Director & Co-Founder of Silver Screen Studios
Steve Goldbloom is an Emmy-nominated writer, producer, and director. His production company Second Peninsula, based in the U.S. and Canada, produces a wide range of unscripted and scripted content. In 2015, he created the weekly series Brief But Spectacular, which broadcasts nationally in the U.S. as part of the PBS NewsHour. The show’s mission is to invite viewers to walk in someone else’s shoes. Now in its fifth season, Steve has interviewed more than 200 guests and earned more than 300 million views. Steve created and starred in the PBS comedy series Everything But the News (2014). The mockumentary show lampoons both startup culture in the Bay Area and public broadcasting.