top of page
Film Screening: The Last Ecstatic Days
Film Screening: The Last Ecstatic Days

Thu, Oct 10


The Center at Belvedere

Film Screening: The Last Ecstatic Days

third in the three-part Closing Credits: An End-of-Life Film Series

Time & Location

Oct 10, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

The Center at Belvedere, 540 Belvedere Boulevard, Charlottesville, VA 22901

About the event

Don't miss the conclusion of Closing Credits: An End-of-Life Film Series with a a very special screening of The Last Ecstatic Days!  Each film in the series offers a deep dive into different facets of the complex, beautiful, and humbling realm of death and dying.

Immerse yourself in one man's powerful journey to willingly and intentionally confront death using social media to share his journey with the masses. The Last Ecstatic Days is a profound and life-altering expose on life and death.

Join us in The Center at Belvedere's Auditorium A for the screening, followed by an engaging discussion led by experts from Hospice of the Piedmont, Panorama Natural Burial, and Woven Roots Collective. This is an opportunity to share your thoughts about the film, contemplate living and dying, discuss options for end-of-life care, and better understand after-death practices, funerals, and burials. This is a partner program with Gordon Avenue Library.

The film series will culminate in the second annual Death Fest: Gather, Grieve Grow, an all-day community gathering to explore the natural cycles of life and death on Sunday, Nov 3, at Montfair Resort Farm in White Hall, VA.

Closing Credits is a collaborative effort by Hospice of the PiedmontPanorama Natural Burial, and Woven Roots Collective to foster open conversations about life's final chapter. Other films in the series include:

End Game

Tuesday, August 27, 6-8pm

Central Library

Terminally ill patients facing inevitable outcomes meet  extraordinary medical practitoners seeking to shift our approach to both  living and dying.

RSVP here

A Family Undertaking

Wednesday, September 18, 6-8pm

Gordon Avenue Library

Explore the growing home funeral and natural burial movements  through several family's personal experiences taking ownership of their  loved one's funeral plans.

RSVP here

Join us for an evening that promises to challenge, inspire, and  perhaps even transform your perspective on life and death. This free community-building event is open to all.


There is a large parking lot with free parking at the Center available to all visitors.

Share this event

bottom of page