obit550**** … laugh-out-loud funny … exceptionally tight, often hilarious …” –Willamette Week

Every day, editorial obituary writers set out to capture the essence of the lives of the newly deceased. The small team at The New York Times approach their work with journalistic rigor and narrative flair, knowing that what they write will likely become etched into history. Vanessa Gould’s film follows these writers as they ask the same deep questions we ask ourselves: What do we choose to remember? What should never die? (U.S., 2016, 95m)

Starts June 2