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Capturing the Stories of our Elders -- From Hollywood to our Own Families

01:21:00

Apr 6, 2021 06:43 PM

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Speakers

Tiffany Woolf
Co-founder Silver Screens Studios @Silver Screen Studios
A proud Boston native, Tiffany Woolf is a filmmaker with 25 years of experience in visual arts, film and entertainment. Her work is centered around moving images as a catalyst for remembrance and legacy. Since 2017, Tiffany’s major artistic focus has been her project Silver Screen Studios, a series of documentary shorts and digital platform to celebrate the wit, wisdom and candor of seniors, both in and out of the public eye. She has traveled the country to capture the stories of older role models along with the legends we love and launched three series: The Last Act, Coming of Age and Dispatches from Quarantine.
Noam Dromi
Managing Director @Reboot Studios
Noam Dromi is the managing director of Reboot Studios. He is an Emmy® Award-winning veteran writer/producer, marketing executive and digital strategist, specializing in creative content, media production and brand development for entertainment companies, consumer brands and non-profits. He won the first Primetime Emmy® for VR in 2015 for his work as Producer of the Sleepy Hollow Virtual Reality Experience with the Fox Broadcasting Company. He was nominated again in 2018 for his work as Executive Producer of the AMC digital series The Walking Dead: Red Machete. He is an active member of the WGA, PGA, and Television Academy and serves as an adjunct screenwriting professor in the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University.
Dave Kartunen
Media Consultant @The Parmenter Foundation
Dave Kartunen is a national award winning journalist who serves as a media consultant to The Parmenter Foundation and other mission-driven organizations. His broadcast career focused on politics, breaking national news and investigations into government corruption, including as an anchor at WHDH-TV in Boston. He was honored with the 2016 National Edward R. Murrow Award for continuing coverage of brutal conditions inside a Georgia jail and the 2013 Southeast Regional Emmy® Award for continuing coverage of implementation of the Affordable Care Act. He lives in Sudbury, MA with his wife and two sons.