Posts Tagged “Obit”

“Obit” Screens Nationwide

See NY Times Critics’ Pick OBIT. this weekend in Philly, Rochester, Portland, Larkspur, Asheville, SanJose, Hudson, Normal, DC, Bellingham, BrynMawr & York, PA! Not to be missed! Find a screening here:

Obit Screens NYC

Vanessa Gould’s Obit is 2 weeks away from it’s theatrical opening in NYC! You can catch it at Film Forum & Lincoln Plaza Cinemas starting on Wednesday, April 26th. Details here: Film Forum – Lincoln Plaza –

Obit at Boulder IFF

Encore screening in Portland! Third screening added in Sedona! Three screenings in Boulder with special in-person guests! Boulder International Film Festival, Northwest Film Center and Sedona International Film Festival. #PIFFXL

Washington Post Obit Article

Obit is highlighted in The Washington Post. “Obit,” Vanessa Gould’s lively documentary about the New York Times’s obituary section — which unfortunately doesn’t have a wide release date — is a timely look at, as obituarist Margalit Fox puts it in the film, “the precise point at which [a person] becomes history.” Full article

Obit at Philly Film Fest

“If you think obituary writing sounds morbid, prepare to be blown away by this funny, moving, and downright lively exploration of one of journalism’s least appreciated art forms.” Philadelphia: OBIT will be at the Ritz Five as part of the Philadelphia Film Festival tonight (October 27 @7pm) and Sunday (October 30 @ 4:30pm) – join […]

Obit at Big Sky Doc Film Fest

Big Sky country! Our fall calendar begins in Missoula with a special event screening at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. One week from today + with director Vanessa Gould in person. Co-sponsored by the Montana Book Festival. Info ➝

Obit Fall Fest Tour

“A warm, insightful and perfectly human film” – STUFF NZ OBIT starts its FALL FESTIVAL TOUR on SEPT 21! We’ll be announcing more dates in the weeks ahead – info & links at

HuffPost Highlights “Obit” at Tribeca FF

“Obituary writers traffic in the macabre, but Vanessa Gould’s charming documentary about The New York Times’ scribes proves they are far more than their downbeat reputations imply.” – The Huffington Post TWO MORE DAYS until Obit hits the big screen at Tribeca. There are a few tickets left →

OBIT at the Tribeca Film Festival!

OBIT will have its world premiere April 17th at the Tribeca Film Festival! “Within the storied walls of The New York Times, a team of writers is entrusted with reflecting upon the lives of luminaries, icons, and world leaders of our day. Often hours before newspaper hits doorstep—and the world’s eyes devour words marking the […]