Moving documentary Sunset and the Mockingbird is the story of jazz pianist Junior Mance who is suffering from dementia and his love for manager and soulmate, Gloria Clayborne Mance. The pair met in the 1990s and married shortly afterwards. Junior, 88, known for his work with Gene Ammons, Dinah Washington, Johnny Griffin and Dexter Gordon, and who remains an influence via his own trio records and stride and boogie-woogie touch on a host of today's jazz notables including José James and Ethan Iverson, began to suffer from Alzheimer’s disease five years ago and yet continued to play up until his last public concert that took place last year. The new film charts his gradual decline and struggle as life has become more difficult. Filmed by Jyllian Gunther and Adam Kahan, the Kickstarter campaign for the film continues until Monday 1 May.