After fighting for our country, tackling civil rights, raising a family and living a full life, one inspiring 85-year-old African-American WWII Vet returns to the University of WI – Milwaukee.
His biggest regret of his life – not earning his Bachelor’s Degree.
Watch and learn as we take this wonderful, inspiring journey of continual self-discovery with a fella named Clarence.
You’re never too old to learn.
Purchase the DVD Here.
AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
ALL YOU GET IS ONE SHOT!
Format: 1.78 HD
Sound: Dolby Sr.
CAST & CREW
Directed by: Kristin E. Catalano
Featuring: Clarence Garrett
AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY
Winner Best New Director – Hollywood Film Festival
Winner Best Documentary – Rome International Film Festival
Winner Best Emerging Filmmaker – Wisconsin Film Festival
Winner Best Documentary – Beloit International Film Festival
Official Selection – Austin Film Festival
Official Selection — Las Cruces International Film Festival
Official Selection – Weyauwega International Film Festival
Official Selection – Arlington International Film Festival
Official Selection — MKEl Film Festival
Official Selection – East Lansing Film Festival
Official Selection – Skyline Independent Film Festival
Official Selection – Docutah International Film Festival
Official Selection – DocuWest International Film Festival
Official Selection – Suncscreen Film Festival
“Why an 85 Year-Old Veteran Returned to School”
Today’s TMJ 4
“Clarence’s huge personality and unabashed friendliness make this quest even more charming…”
“Truly rewarding and an extremely enjoyable film.
Charlie Rose, PBS
“An inspiring character…”
“Award winning film…”
The Northern Virginia Daily
“A touching tale…”
Beloit Daily News
“…award-winning film about UWN graduate at Beloit festival…”
“…inspiration and intimate portrait..”
“Inspirational Documentary ‘Clarence’ Chronicles 85 Year Old’s Return to College…”
“Award Winning Documentary Film, “Clarence.” Screens at the …”
The Austin Villager
“…diverse both in content and format.”
“Documenting a Remarkable Milwaukeean”
“…a Tale of Perseverance “
The Cap Times
” ‘life and the importance of living’ “