For 25 years Age Exchange has made films about reminiscence work. It has produced a series of documentary films and documentary dramas based on many reminiscence themes.
Age Exchange has been commissioned by many other organisations to make documentaries on their behalf, as well as film interviews and project activity for inclusion in exhibitions, performance, and archive. If you would like to commission Age Exchange to make a film about your work, or to film project activity or interviews, please contact
David Savill at firstname.lastname@example.org
'A Healthy Risk' - a documentary film
about the making of the
intergenerational reminiscence theatre production "To Care For".
film gives a unique insight into Age Exchange's person-centred
approach. The film's first public screening was hosted by the BFI
16th November 2009.
'Positive Ageing in Lewisham' -
an intergenerational film funded by
'Listen to What I'm Saying' - a best practice film on person centred care and the single assessment process, made for The Department of Health.
'Lifelines' - a film about the wartime Merchant Navy.
'In my Father's Footsteps' - a documentary drama about one woman's experience
of the Lodz Ghetto and the Holocaust.
'View from the High Beech' - a film of memories performed by frail elders at
Benjamin Court Day Centre, in Cromer, Norfolk.
'Mothers of Invention' - a play performed by elders in Homefirth, exploring their memories of growing up in the locality and work in the local cotton mills.
'On the River' - a reminiscence theatre production and project, exploring dockers experiences of life working on The Thames, between 1920 and 1974.
'Love the Festival Hall' - a series of 20 filmed interviews with people whose lives shaped the great concert venue, now showing at the Spirit Level at the Royal Festival Hall.
There are also many films of other Age Exchange projects and productions.
Some of these films are available for purchase. Details are available
by contacting Age exchange on 020 8318 9105 or