The event will take place online this Sunday, April 1 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET.
Join a social screening of You’re Looking At Me Like I Live Here And I Don’t, with a panel of Alzheimer’s experts and share your own stories about how you have been impacted by the disease.
The event, which takes place exclusively online, will feature special guests Scott Kirschenbaum, director/producer of the film; Dr. David Oliver, co-author of The Human Factor in Nursing Home Care; Dr. Steven Zweig, community medicine and hospice expert; and David Shenk, author of the seminal Alzheimer’s book, The Forgetting.
Participants can join for free by signing in with Facebook or directly on the site, interacting with other viewers and panelists in real-time, while watching the film.
Viewers can comment, ask questions, take polls, and even express their feelings about what they’re watching through a variety of tools on the site. This is an entirely new way of experiencing documentary films and it is inherently social.
You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t: April 1, 2012 at 10AM PT/1PM ET
Presented in partnership with the The Alzheimer’s Association, Northern California and Northern Nevada Chapter.
To participate in this screening click this link.
A total immersion into the fragmented day-to-day experience of Alzheimer’s disease, You’re Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t is the first documentary filmed exclusively in an Alzheimer’s care unit, told from the perspective of someone suffering from the disease.
To learn more about the film, click here and watch the trailer below.