Sky Bergman is on the show today. She’s a filmmaker from San Luis Obispo who premiered her documentary Lives Well Lived at this year’s Santa Barbara International Film Festival. This feature length doc interviewed forty people aged 75-100 with a collective life experience of 3000 years who shared their secrets, wit, and wisdom. The Lives Well Lived project captures the images, ideas and ideals of those who are proving that aging is something to cherish, not dread. That retirement doesn’t mean you retire from life. And that growing older doesn’t mean growing silent.
You can find more about the film at www.lives-well-lived.com.
Here’s a trailer:
In this episode we talk about the film, and how Sky got into video production after a career in photography, and we even drop some tips about living a long and healthy life.
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This episode was produced in part with a grant from the Santa Barbara County of Arts and Culture