“Sky’s big audacious vision is to have Lives Well Lived integrated into high school and college curricula across the country. What better way to teach history than to hear moving personal stories from people who have lived it themselves?”
By Sarah McKinney Gibson, Gen2Gen
Gen2Gen is Encore.org's campaign to mobilize 1 million adults 50+ to stand up for — and with — young people today.
July 8, 2019, Read the article.
“...a heartfelt reminder that for many, age is just a number.”
By Robert Abele, LA Times
April 19, 2018, Read the article.
“You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll pick your jaw up off the floor after seeing just how bendy 80-something yoga practitioner Emmy Cleaves is.”
By Kristen Page-Kirby, The Washington Post
April 5, 2018, Read the article.
By Nadine Sebai, KQED
May 4, 2018, Read the article.
“Sky Bergman inquisitively asks 40 seniors for their words of wisdom. Their responses are surprisingly commonplace but never cliché.”
By Karen Henry, LA Yoga
April 16, 2018, Read the article.
By Carol Tangeman, KCBX
“Sky Bergman set out to collect wit, wisdom and life stories from people often called “elderly” or even “the old old”– between the ages of 75 and 100. She presents her subjects as ordinary folk, but most are extraordinary in their own ways.”
By Gerri Miller, Jewish Journal
April 11, 2018, Read the article.
SBIFF 2017 - "Lives Well Lived" Filmmaker Interview
On the red carpet at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival
February 3, 2017, Watch the interview.
SBIFF 2017 features strong documentaries, human dramas
By Eric Althoff, The Washington Times
February 2, 2017, Read the article.
Cal Poly Professor debuts her film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival
By Lauren Sennet, KSBY
February 6, 2017, Watch the newsreel.