A film by Lauren Knapp (USA/2015/9:43)
Neighbors in Time is an observational documentary of four women, all in their 80s and all living in the same senior citizen apartment complex. The film is an observation of each character, inviting viewers to experience their personal spaces. It explores themes of aging, solitude, nostalgia, femininity, and connection as experienced in the later stages of life.
About Lauren Knapp
Lauren Knapp is a non-fiction storyteller who works across profile-platforms to share true and compelling stories. She has been working in film, television, and radio since 2006, and her stories have been broadcast on the PBS NewsHour, PRI’s The World, WQED, and The Allegheny Front. In 2011, she moved to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia with the support of a FulbrightmtvU Fellowship where she researched and produced the forthcoming, Live From UB, a feature length documentary on rock music and national identity among Mongolia’s urban youth. She is currently pursuing an MFA in Documentary Film & Video from Stanford University.