Hospice Savannah and Mutual of America premieres a film three years in the making, Hospice Care in America Today, directed by Keith Famie. This special one-hour PBS documentary film, features a Hospice Savannah patient and family, as well as other family caregivers, nurses and clinicians, involved in hospice care. The film seeks to address and investigate the myths and negative connotations of hospice in hopes of bringing a better understanding of hospice care by stepping into the daily lives of those who care for loved ones as they transition from the life they have lived. More information on the film and its production can be found at www.endoflifefilm.com 

This Savannah movie premier is open to the public and will be shown Thursday July 27, at the Demere Center for Living, 6000 Business Center Drive.
Red Carpet starts at 5pm, with film beginning at 5:30pm, and followed by a Q&A with the stars. Reservations are appreciated, but not required, to info@hospicesavannah.org or by clicking here to reserve a free ticket.