• Fabulous Fashionistas
  • How Much Love
  • The Cake Lady
  • How Great it Was
  • A Gift of Time
  • Stepping into the Stream
  • Burn the Clock
  • Love Still
The Legacy Film Festival on Aging is proud to present a film series portraying the richness of later life. The festival promises to inspire, educate and entertain intergenerational audiences on how to live well and enjoy life, despite life's challenges.

Legacy: leg’a’cy: (noun) (adjective):

"Inheritance, birthright, bequest, heritage; Something that is handed down or remains from a previous generation or time; gift."


September 12-14, 2014

New People Cinema
1746 Post Street, Japantown, San Francisco

The Legacy Film Festival on Aging and the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival present:

Beginning with the End
2014, Documentary, 63min, USA
Director: David Marshall

San Francisco, Castro Theatre
Friday, July 25, 11:45am


More information and online tickets

Ticket Information: contact the box office at 415.621.0523 or visit the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival online at www.sfjff.org

Beginning with the End

For 10 years, English teacher Bob Kane has offered Hospice Care as an elective for Harley High School seniors wishing to help people at the end of their lives. What might an iPhone-toting teenager have in common with an 85-year-old too weak to lift up a hand? Emmy-winning director Dave Marshall provides plenty of answers in this moving film that bridges the gap between generations and is a testament to human connection.

Beginning with the End

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