Capturing Grace: Documentary Screening and Q&A with Filmmaker Dave Iverson
Dave Iverson, Filmmaker
Capturing Grace is an award-winning documentary that tells the unlikely story of what happens when New York's legendary Mark Morris Dance Group joins forces with people with Parkinson's disease to stage a unique performance. Filmed over the course of a year, it's a story about the power of art and the enduring strength of the human spirit. Capturing Grace has screened to sold-out audiences at film festivals around the country and is the winner of Mill Valley Film Festival's Audience Favorite Award and the Starz Denver Film Festival's People's Choice Award.
Filmmaker Dave Iverson is an independent film producer and broadcast journalist. He was also the writer, correspondent and co-producer/director of the 2009 PBS “Frontline” documentary, “My Father, My Brother and Me,” which explored his family’s battle with Parkinson’s as well as the scientific, ethical and political issues raised by this condition. Iverson now serves as contributing editor for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, where he produces reports on Parkinson’s research and moderates panel discussions with researchers and Parkinson’s patients around the country.
Join us for an inspirational one-hour documentary and a chance to hear from the filmmaker.