“Remember Isobel” Set To Screen In Sacramento

Local filmmaker Sarah Barbulesco-Lamb will present “Remember Isobel,” her new dramatic feature film exploring the challenges and tragedy of Alzheimer’s disease, this January in Sacramento.

“Remember Isobel” tells the story of the Martin-Bailey family as they struggle to deal with the loss of their beloved grandmother, Isobel, to Alzheimer's.

Writer/director Sarah Barbulesco-Lamb first conceived of the idea to write a story about Alzheimer's in 2009, after bearing witness to the attentive and loving care her grandfather gave to her grandmother during her descent into Alzheimer's.


Alzheimer's currently affects nearly six million people in the United States alone and is predicted to reach epidemic levels by 2030.  While most victims are diagnosed in their senior years, symptoms of early-onset Alzheimer's can appear as young as the age of thirty.

“Remember Isobel” features music from a wide variety of talent including Sacramento's Ken Koenig and Keith Gray, as well as John McCutcheon, Shelby & Tieg, and Big Gerry.

The film will be shown in the Curtis Room of the Sierra 2 Center for the Arts, on 24th Street in Sacramento, on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7:30pm.

Pre-sale tickets for the Sacramento screening are available now for $12 and can be purchased by calling 530-400-7619 or emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Tickets at the door are $15 per person, and all profits from the movie will benefit the Alzheimer's Association.

photo caption:  Scarlet O’Connor, Elise Hodge, and Mia Altieri costar in “Remember Isobel."

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