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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 22 MIN | 2005

THE LAST DANCE

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A festive account of a group of senior citizens from Elgin, Illinois who meet one Sunday each month to celebrate life, laughter, loving and dancing all in a night of live music provided by their peers. This mature group—some even in their ‘90s—are far from elderly as they party in their own version of the fountain of youth.
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 22 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
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About the Director(s)
Born in Jamestown, New York, Greg Samata is a designer, independent filmmaker and one of the principals of SamataMason, a multi-faceted design firm in Dundee, Illinois and Vancouver, B.C. He also runs Noisemaker Films, an independent film production company, which he formed in 2002. His first film, Island, premiered at the Arizona International Film Festival. In 2003, his New Orleans-based film The Hot 8 had its world premiere at the 2004 Santa Fe Film Festival. Currently, Samata is working on a feature-length script, which is his first foray into narrative filmmaking.

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