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Arts and Culture

Filmmaker interview: Sundance winner 'Alive Inside' screening in Reno

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In his documentary Alive Inside, which won the audience award at Sundance last year, Filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett captures the joy that music brings to people with dementia. Reno Public Radio’s Michelle Bliss spoke to him. He’ll be in Reno Tuesday for a special screening.

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Tuesday's special screening of Alive Inside has SOLD OUT.

Filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett will be at the event for a panel talk, along with other experts on dementia and care giving.

Event hosts include: the Sanford Center for Aging, the UNR Division of Health Sciences, and the Alzheimer's Association of Northern Nevada.

And don't miss the video of Henry (below), who suffers from dementia, and his visceral response to hearing music from his past:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FWn4JB2YLU

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