THIS 2 TIMES AWARD WINNING SHORT DOCUMENTARY FILM WILL CHALLENGE YOUR BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNING AND AGING.
"Wonderful Film! I plan to use the film in my course on
Communication and Aging this fall." - Dr. Robert Roush,
Huffington Center on Aging, Baylor College of Medicine
"This short and brilliant film, packs more inspirational punch than
many full-length features. Kovic's theme of renewal and
discovery through music is handled with subtlety and skill.”
- Larry Hott, Florentine Films/Hott Productions.
"I love this film! This inspirational documentary challenges
viewers to rethink ideas about age, learning, and discovering
passion throughout life.” - David Darling, Grammy
Winning Cellist, Composer, Founder and Artistic
Director of Music For People
In March 2006, then 89-year-old Matty Kahn volunteered for
a Never2Late project to begin learning the cello in one-month’s time. With no prior musical training, Matty rediscovered the connection between life and music, giving us an insight into
the secrets of aging.
It's Never Too Late to Learn