Eileen and David Littig – she of local documentary filmmaking renown and he the former UW-Green Bay political scientist – will present two films at the Neville Museum on Saturday (April 16) at 2 p.m. These films are presented in conjunction with the Hear My Voice Art Exhibit by people who have experienced memory loss. The films are “Runaway Train,” produced by daughter Melissa Godoy, Cincinnati, featuring individuals with memory loss, and “Do Not Go Gently” about creativity and aging, produced by Eileen Littig and Godoy. For more information, contact Eileen Littig at 432-6603.
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9 Jan, 2020