Recently premiering at Sundance, Susan Bay Nimoy’s short film Eve is "an honest and quietly affecting" (Los Angeles Times) portrait of age, grief, and longing. Nimoy wrote, directed, and starred in this story of a 74-year-old widow who must face life as a newly single older woman. (2018, dir. Susan Bay Nimoy, 22 min.)
Screening followed by a discussion with Nimoy and Kirsten Schaffer, executive director of Women In Film, Los Angeles.
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