76 Days

On January 23rd, 2020, China locked down Wuhan, a city of 11 million, to combat the emerging COVID-19 outbreak. Set deep inside the frontlines of the crisis in four hospitals, 76 DAYS tells indelible human stories of healthcare workers and patients who struggle to survive the pandemic with resilience and dignity. 76 Days world premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2020. Directed by Hao Wu, Weixi Chen, Anonymous

CRITIC’S PICK “DEFINED MORE BY THE HUMAN CAPACITY FOR RESILIENCE AND COMPASSION THAN BY A RELENTLESS SENSE OF DOOM… ‘76 DAYS’ SUGGESTS A WAY TO FACE THE FUTURE, WITH TEARS BUT PERHAPS ALSO HOPE.” — Nicolas Rapold, The New York Times

“A RIVETING DOCUMENTARY… [AN]  ASTONISHINGLY CANDID AND DEEPLY WRENCHING PORTRAIT OF DEATH, SUFFERING AND COMPASSION.” — Ann Hornaday, Washington Post

“ESSENTIAL VIEWING.” — Geoff Berkshire, Los Angeles Times

“HAUNTING … A CHILLING LOOK AT WHAT FRONTLINE WORKERS FACED IN WUHAN... A POTENT HUMAN-INTEREST STORY, AND A PORTRAIT OF A CITY UNDER SIEGE.” — Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

“[A] REMARKABLE FRONT-LINE REPORT… AN EMOTIONAL-WRINGER… A WORK OF TRUE DIRECT CINEMA… THE CAMERAWORK AND EDITING ARE EXTRAORDINARY IN THEIR IMMEDIACY AND THEIR SENSITIVITY TO CHAOS, EXHAUSTION AND RESILIENCE — OFTEN ALL AT ONCE. THERE'S TENDERNESS TOO, AND AWE.” — Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter