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Poster for Still Here

Still Here

Opens on November 16

Run Time: 35 min.

Join us for a free screening of Still Here on Tuesday, November 16th.

American Indians in North Carolina are at a 50% increased rate of dying from Alzheimer’s disease compared to non-Hispanic Whites. Still Here provides an intimate look inside the daily lives of some North Carolina American Indian families coping with the realities and challenges of their loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease. Community, kinship, and faith all play a vital impact in how these families cope. The film was made possible with support from Wake Forest School of Medicine Alzheimer’s Disease Core Center, NC American Indian Health Board, UNC School of Medicine Center for Aging, and Health Carolina Geriatric Workforce Enhancement project.

There will be a post-film audience discussion with Doctors Laura Baker and Ronny Bell.


All ticket-holders 12 years of age and older are required to be fully vaccinated OR to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test administered at an official testing facility within 48 hours of date and showtime. In accordance with our current policy and per the City of Winston-Salem mandate, masks are required for all patrons when not actively eating or drinking at their seat.
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