It's rare that we see individuals in their twilight years represented on screen – and rarer still to see them painted in an empowering light. But Winter at Westbeth does exactly that, chronicling the lives of three elderly artists residing in the eponymous New York housing commission. Eloise Ross speaks to director Rohan Spong about his remarkable documentary's creation, aims and reception.
Additional keywords: ageism, mortality, Edith Stephen, Dudley Williams, Ilsa Gilbert.
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