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Watch "Grandfather’s Memory Book" By Colin Levy

This week’s New York Times Op-Doc is Colin Levy’s charming illustrated remembrance, “My Grandfather’s Memory Book.” Levy’s film not only creates a sweet portrait of his prolific grandfather, but inspires us all to follow his example of using creativity as a way to remember and understand our own lives. Don’t miss the extra illustrations in the text of the director’s statement! [Watch Now].


           "There were stories of long-lost friends next to struggles at work, moments of historical significance flowing into

                             prosaic family vignettes: kaleidoscopic portals into moments of my grandfather’s life." 




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