Arts and Alzheimer’s documentary screens in Paris, France at MICEFA on June 20, 2016 followed by a talk by neurologist, Dr. Herve Taillia
In honor of MICEFA (Mission Inter-Universitaire des Echanges entre la France et l’Amerique) medical, public health and nursing students who are taking a course through the MICEFA on Comparative Practices in Medicine and Public Health, there will be a screening of I Remember Better When I Paint on June 20th at 4pm 2016 followed by a talk at 6pm by Dr. Herve Taillia and Berna Huebner.
Time: 4pm screening: I Remember Better When I Paint—Followed by a talk by Dr. Herve Taillia, a neurologist at the Amercian Hospital in Paris and Val de Grace Hopital, and Berna Huebner, co-director of the documentary.
Where: Foyer International, 93 Blvd. St. Michel, 75006 Paris
Entry: Free admission.
RSVP: on I Remember Better when I Paint – Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Remember-Better-When-I-Paint/131961693509686?ref=hl
I Remember Better When I Paint, narrated by Olivia de Havilland, is the first international documentary about the positive impact of art and other creative therapies on people with Alzheimer’s and how these approaches can change the way we look at the disease. Among those who are featured are noted doctors and Yasmin Aga Khan, president of Alzheimer’s Disease International and daughter of Rita Hayworth, who had Alzheimer’s. A film by Eric Ellena and Berna Huebner, presented by French Connection Films and the Hilgos Foundation