Liz Cane

Introduction (2-3 lines)

Liz Cane is an independent filmmaker based in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Northern California during the '70’s and '80's, surrounded by political activists, hippies, schizophrenics and bra burners.

Liz's films have aired nationally on PBS, won awards and screened in festivals around the world. She makes both narrative and documentary films that explore love, sex, taboos, friendship, delusion and death. Liz teaches filmmaking at the University of California, Irvine, and is preparing for her first feature film.

New Day Films by Liz Cane

Awards & Accolades

International Premier BioCity Theater, Turku, Finland
Annual Oregon State University Gerontology Conference
Sexuality and Aging Conference, Southern Connecticut State University
The Taos Institute, National Positive Aging Conference: Beyond the Cutting Edge
American 61st Annual Scientific Meeting, Resilience in an Aging Society: Risks and Opportunities
Conference on Older Adults with Chronic Illness: Enhancing Function and Well-Being, Portland, Oregon
Arizona International Film Festival
Avenides Senior Center, Palo Alto, CA
University of Turku Dept. of Public Policy, Finland
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