Stuck at Home (together)

Double Feature

Dim the Lights and Push Play

Our team is sharing a couple of picks every week from our UnLonely Film Festival to get your reaction and spark a conversation. Take a look and leave your comments below!


The documentary film, Dial-A-Ride, captures the stories and friendships of a group of passengers on a community bus through rural South Wales. The film reveals that these journeys are a lifeline for many older people who without this source of transportation, would not be able to leave home.

This is a funny and light-hearted film celebrating the social life of older adults. It encourages people to rethink what it means to grow older, while also providing an important reminder about how easily one can become isolated when mobility or transportation become challenging. Without this charity-funded transportation these seniors would have no way of staying social – and look at the fun they have!

Drawings for My Grandchildren

Ji Lee’s Korean family moved to Brazil, where his father eventually became a devoted grandfather to Ji’s sister’s children there. But when Ji’s sister and her family returned to Korea, Ji saw his father grow lonely and sad. Until he came up with a plan to reconnect the family, using the internet and the power of art.


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The mission of the Foundation for Art & Healing is to promote creative arts expression as a means to improve health and well-being for individuals and communities. Our signature program, The UnLonely Project, broadens public awareness of the negative physical and mental health consequences of loneliness associated with a wide range of living conditions and circumstances while also exploring and promoting creative arts-based approaches to reduce the burden. 

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