Museum Films is partnering with some of our favorite independent distributors to deliver the best of world cinema straight to your living room! We’re pleased to share the essential new documentary 76 Days, an intimate look at the struggles of patients and frontline medical professionals battling the COVID-19 pandemic in Wuhan.

In addition to the feature, all pass-holders will have access to a free, pre-recorded Q&A with director Hao Wu. 

One $12 ticket is good for a 24-hour pass to see 76 Days. 50% of each sale supports OKCMOA and its mission. Passes available December 30. Click here to purchase a pass. 

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“The opening sequences feel like a genre movie — science-fiction, zombie horror, apocalyptic thriller. We watch hospital workers, encased in PPE so that we only see their eyes behind foggy goggles, as they race from one patient to another. At the hospital doors, a desperate crowd is clamoring for entry. The overwhelmed workers can only admit a few people at a time.

For all the fantastical elements, this is the reality of 2020. The filmmakers of 76 Days capture an invaluable record of life inside Wuhan, China, ground zero for the outbreak of COVID-19. On January 23, the city of 11 million people went into a lockdown that lasted 76 days. This film concentrates mainly on medical workers and patients to give a pulse-racing account of what it was like to survive.

76 Days excels beyond mere reportage. The camera work is so strong that you could frame still images. In the face of fear and uncertainty, we also witness perseverance and humor, as medical workers use magic markers to decorate their plastic outfits. One memorable figure is a head nurse who never fails to make a human connection with patients, even under the most dire circumstances. 76 Days will be a lasting work of art for future generations trying to understand this pandemic.” -TIFF 

Directors Hao Wu, Weixi Chen & Anonymous | 2020 | In Mandarin with English subtitles | 93 minutes | NR (Parental discretion advised) 

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