“It’s hard meeting a man who’s single,” said Sandy Camero, 69, who attended a recent event at the Igo Public Library designed for seniors who wanted to meet new people.
“They’re either too old and don’t ever want to do anything or, if they’re my age, they’re looking for someone younger.” Continue Reading by Connelly Hardaway, Charleston City Paper reviewer, 4.29.2016 THE AGE OF LOVE, A DOCUMENTARY PRODUCED BY DIRECTOR STEVEN LORING, will screen at the Terrace Theater this Sunday at p.m.
He got permission from all 30 participants to film their stories before the event as well at the event and the results after.
Perhaps there’ll be a fairly decent turnout, maybe even 30 or 40 people. I do a rough count of those already seated as people keep pouring in. Or have they moved to apartments in Boston after losing their mates to divorce or death?We’ve come to see “The Age of Love.” The movie shows non-actor seniors in their 70s and even 80s unafraid to reveal that no matter what their age, they desire companionship and relationships as much as do those many years younger.Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick recently chatted with the film’s director, Steven Loring, to talk about what dating is like for this group.Noah Glick: Tell me a little bit about the film and what you experienced.And these brave souls are up for taking part in an unrehearsed senior speed-dating event and doing it in front of cameras.
Continue Reading by Nicole Villalpando, American-Statesman Staff, 2.12.2016 IN STEVEN LORING’S DOCUMENTARY, “THE AGE OF LOVE,” YOU WATCH AS MEN AND WOMEN in their 70s and 80s worry about what to wear, fret about body parts they don’t particularly like, consider what they will say and wonder who they will meet.
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by Ana Veciana-Suarez, Syndicated Columnist, 1.30.2017 THE HAIR MAY BE GOING GRAY AND THE EYESIGHT DIM, but the yearning for social connection — for the touch of a hand, the sound of a companionable laugh — remains a person’s strongest need through the decades. United Way of Miami-Dade volunteers and staff discovered this when they launched Continue United, an effort to bring retirees and pre-retirees together to contribute their time and talent to the community through the local nonprofit. She lost her one-and-only years ago, and knowing he would want her to be happy, Hemming found herself at a series of events hosted by the Madison Senior Center centered on helping people make a match in their later years.
In some cases the longing for love can mean a willingness to do the unexpected. The interest in the dating scene is such that Continue United’s second event, a dinner-and-movie night scheduled for Feb. The committee has started a waiting list for the evening, which is co-sponsored by AARP and the Consortium for a Healthier Miami-Dade. Kennedy was president when Hemming met her husband. Hemming managed to convince a few friends to come with her to the Madison Concourse Hotel.
Steven Loring: The story of the film is the adventures of 30 70-to-90-year-olds in Rochester, New York who sign up for a very unique speed dating event.