Elderly women describe their lives in 'Happy Birthday, Mrs. Craig' and 'Four Women Over Eighty.'
'Luther Metke at 94' profiles a poet and builder of log cabins; 'Grandma's Bottle Village' profiles a folk artist.
Four films depict aging and the elderly: 'Yudie,' 'Noon Song,' 'Cadillac Hotel' and 'George and Rosemary.'
Films about relationships between old and young: 'Eulogy,' 'Sacred Hearts' and 'Suburban Queen.'
'My Mother, My Father' shows caring for the elderly; a child perceives death in 'The Street'; 'Time Will Tell' examines generation gaps.
Death, disability and aging are examined in 'I Know a Song,' 'This Side Is Good,' 'Not a Jealous Bone' and 'Father Death Blues.'
A boy visits his grandmother in a nursing home in 'Peege'; children and the elderly collaborate musically in 'Close Harmony.'
Films profile Tommy Jarrell and Elizabeth Cotten: 'Sprout Wings and Fly,' 'Me and Stella' and 'Of Cannons and Bells.'
Two films examine retirement's impact on both sexes: 'The Work I've Done' and 'All of Our Lives.'
A woman falls for a divorced alcoholic in 'My Mother Married Wilbur Stump'; 'Silent Partners' examines homosexuality in the aged.
A woman tries to preserve a dancing style in 'In a Jazz Way'; a woman rebels against bossy children in 'My Man Bovanne.'
Four films about food: 'Jerry's,' 'Ruth Stout's Garden,' 'Chicken Soup' and 'Table of Silence.'
Two widowed octogenarian artists find romance in 'Young at Heart'; 'Silver Into Gold' shows athletic achievement in old age.