After a 2 year hiatus due to the pandemic, CLF's popular Film Series events return to the Cupertino Senior Center with screening of six Oscar winning movies from the '40s. The films will be screened in the large reception room with adequate socially distanced seating option.
We encourage everyone to come watch these old classics from the '40s; enjoy some popcorn; join your friends and reminisce when movies didn't rely much on technology to wow and shock the viewers; hear filmmaker and educator Mark Larson's introduction to these brilliant motion picture; participate in a spirited group discussion that Mr. Larson will facilitate after the screening of each film.
Remember, social interaction is known to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and decrease the effects of dementia. The nostalgia evoked by watching classic movies can even be an effective part of memory care. So, accompanied by refreshments provided by the wonderful Cupertino Senior Center volunteers, CLF film series can contribute to your health and wellbeing!
All events will be held at the Cupertino Senior Center from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. All screenings are free and open to the public. Neither a Cupertino residency nor a membership to the Cupertino Senior Center is required.
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