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Cinéma du parc
3575, avenue du Parc, suite 6100, Montreal, Quebec, H2X 3P9
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Stolen Time | Helene Klodawsky | 2023 | 85 minutes 

A compelling call for justice, Stolen Time follows charismatic elder rights lawyer Melissa Miller as she takes on the corporate for-profit nursing-home industry—an industry notorious for its lack of transparency and accountability. As the legal battle unfolds, families, frontline caregivers and change-makers chronicle an urgent crisis with ramifications—and inspiration—for us all.

*On Saturday, March 23 there will be a special panel discussion after the screening featuring industry experts:

Kim Sawchuk (moderator)
Kim Sawchuk is the Director of engAGE: Centre for Research on Aging Montreal and the ACTLab (Aging + Communication + Technology), Concordia University. She holds a Concordia University Research Chair in Mobile Media Studies and is an active member of the Board of RECAA: Respecting Elders Communities Against Abuse.

Patrik Marier (panelist)
Patrik Marier is Professor of Political Science at Concordia University and the Scientific Director of the Center for Research and Expertise in Social Gerontology (CREGÉS) of the West-Central Montreal CIUSSS. His latest book, The Four Lenses of Population Aging: Planning for the Future in Canada’s Provinces (University of Toronto Press), explores the multiple challenges of planning for an aging population.

Laurel Young (panelist)
Laurel Young is the Graduate Music Therapy Programs Coordinator and an Associate Professor at Concordia University.  She is also the Associate Director of engAGE: Concordia’s Centre for Research on Aging. She has over 29 years of diverse clinical, research, and advocacy experience, with a focus on aging, dementia, and end-of-life care. She’s authored multiple publications and presented in local, national and international forums.

Sandra Smele (panelist)
Sandra Smele is a sociologist who works at the Centre for Research and Expertise in Social Gerontology (CREGES) as Coordinator of Inclusive Aging, Diversity, Health and Well-Being. She has contributed to several research projects on long term residential care, and is passionate about improving their living and working conditions

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