Death Metal Grandma

description

From The New York Times: This film “…touches on themes of reinvention, cross-generational relationships and sharing your truth. It profiles Inge Ginsberg, a 96-year-old who fled the Holocaust and became a poet and songwriter for some of the most popular singers of her generation. At age 93, she discovered a new way to be heard: death metal.”

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subject terms

Aging & Longevity

Aging & Longevity > Positive Aging

Creative Aging

Creative Aging > Creative Aging Model

Creative Aging > Creative Expression

contributor

Leah Galant

resource type

Documentary and Film

year

2017

keywords

Death Metal, Inge Ginsberg