AARP To Screen Alzheimer’s Feature “Still Alice” Starring Julianne Moore Nationwide

AARP To Screen Alzheimer’s Feature “Still Alice” Starring Julianne Moore Nationwide
The non-governmental organization American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) will host over 40 screenings of the Oscar-winning drama "Still Alice" in collaboration with Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The screenings will take place nationwide between May and June and are coinciding with the release of the film to DVD and Blu-Ray on May 12. In the movie, Julianne Moore plays the role of a 50-year-old college professor who is diagnosed with Early-onset Familial Alzheimer’s disease. "Still Alice," which won the actress an Oscar for the powerful character of Alice Howland, was based on a 2007 novel written by the author and neuroscientist Lisa Genova, and directed by both Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer. The first screening of the drama that features the struggle against Alzheimer's disease took place last May 5th in Manhattan, New York, which included producer Pamela Koffler, as well as the education coordinator for the New York City chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, Craig Colfelt, who hosted a Q&A session after the exhibition. In addition to the film screening, a series of emotional new public-service films were also released with the main purpose of supporting the work conducted by the AARP. Among them is the initiative I 'Heart' Caregivers, which recognizes the effort and dedication of the approximately 42 million people in the Unites States that help parents, spouses or other famil
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