Renée Brack, after losing her father to Alzheimer’s, becomes a lab rat, confronting her potential hereditary link to the disease.
After losing her artist-father to Alzheimer’s, journalist Renée Brack confronts her own fears by undergoing medical experiments as a human lab rat, risking her career & dignity to find out if she too has early signs of the disease. While on this precarious journey with devastating revelations, she discovers wonderful ways to stay connected to people we love living with dementia.
Director: Renée Brack
Producers: Renée Brack, Kristina Foster, Kristen Hodges
Duration: 52′ & 82′
Winner Best Documentary – City Film Festival Stockholm
Winner Best Australian Documentary – Amsterdam International Film Festival
Winner Outstanding Achievement Award – Druk International Film Festival
Winner Anthem Awards New York – Silver
Finalist Topaz Film Festival US
Semi Finalist Flickers Rhode Island International Film Festival
Special Mention Open Window International Film Challenge