SciFi short "The Last Generation to Die" & in-person Q&A w/ filmmaker Tim Maupin

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Cleveland Park Library

3310 Connecticut Ave NW · Washington, DC

How to find us

We will be in First Floor Meeting Room #1

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"The Last Generation to Die" is a proof-of-concept short film that is currently being adapted and developed into a feature film.

Set in the future when science first begins to stop aging, a daughter tries to save her father from natural death.

We will be watching a screening of this film (~15 minutes) as well as two other other sci-fi shorts related to life extension. We then will have a live Q&A with indie filmmaker Tim Maupin followed by an open discussion. This film is bound to engender a good discussion about anti-aging and life extension science & technology. We will be taking a donation (completely optional!) to support Tim and offset his travel costs from New York City.

View a trailer here :

Rough schedule
1:30 A/V setup
1:45 screening of "The Last Generation to Die"
2:00 screening of two aditional shorts
2:15 Q&A with director
2:45- Open discussion

------------------------------ About Tim Maupin ------------------------------------
"Tim is a New York City based director, visual effects artist and Emmy award winning cinematographer. He has also worked as an editor, camera operator, and stereographer and has a variety of professional experience behind him, including working with clients such as Lexus, Motorola, CAT Footwear, Sotheby's, Sebago, Spotify, Discovery, TLC, 3NET, and Nickelodeon. He holds a BA in Film Production from Webster University and has also served as an adjunct professor there teaching stereoscopic cinema. Tim also serves as an adjunct professor at Pratt, teaching VR in the film and video department.

Tim was a finalist in the Nokia "Look Around You" VR contest as well as a first prize winner in the Longevity Alliance's Life Extension video contest."

Tim's website is
The official website for the film is