In celebration of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, Holocaust Museum LA and the nonprofit Reboot will mark the moment with a weeklong free public art exhibit created by Silver Screen Studios in Pan Pacific Park outside the museum beginning Friday, October 2.

The Ushpizin of the Silver Screen will be a reinvention of the traditional Sukkah as an old-time Hollywood era movie house, projecting stories on screens to commemorate this time under quarantine and to give a voice to our elders.
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Silver Screen gives amazing seniors their moment in the spotlight

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.

A new series about aging

A daring escape from Nazi occupied Austria over 80 years ago. A near death experience while studying in Mexico to become a bullfighter. A psychedelic journey with The Grateful Dead. A lifetime of service as one of the country’s most admired senators. An epic 400th performance of Othello, 70 years in the making. These are some of the stories in Coming of Age, a series of short documentaries about amazing seniors who continue to thrive in old age.

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