Seven Songs for a Long Life

PBS Premiere: Jan. 30, 2017Check the broadcast schedule »

Filmmaker Bio

Amy HardieAmy Hardie, Director, Producer
Amy Hardie is a documentary filmmaker and head of research at the Scottish Documentary Institute, which she set up in 2004 with Noe Mendelle and which is pioneering the innovative use of Seven Songs for a Long Life in the healthcare field. Her film The Edge of Dreaming, which aired on POV in 2010, won the Grand Jury Prize at the Kiev International Film Festival. She graduated from the National Film and Television School in 1990. She directed and produced six films with the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, including Stem Cell Revolutions, which was named best documentary at the Vedere la Scienza Film Festival in Milan. She and her Stem Cell Revolutions co-director, Clare Blackburn, won the Tam Dalyell Prize for Excellence in Engaging the Public with Science in 2012.