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A poignant story of a carpenter turned coffin maker, Anton Gomes and his dysfunctional family. Isabella his wife and Joseph his son, just about cope with daily life till Anton has an unexpected visit from a mysterious man who teaches him the meaning of life!
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Film for the Future Michelle Baroody (bio) and Maggie Hennefeld (bio) Lovers of film all know it as "an invention without a future," to quote the notorious, alleged proclamation by Louis Lumière in 1895.1 The medium has since survived its initial obsolescence, the insistent rise of a slew of rival technologies (television, video, internet streaming, etc.), multiple global pandemics, and the ongoing destruction of its volatile archives, among other existential catastrophes. Yet, despite film's resilient object lessons for futurity, the Covid-19 pandemic has somehow felt different: a final nail in the coffin? With the indefinite closure of movie theaters, cancelation of international festivals, and hemorrhaging revenue losses across the global industry, film's elasticity has at last reached its breaking point. Or has it? Despite the recession of collective viewing experiences, innovative new experiments proliferate in the pandemic's wake, emphasizing the virtues of virtual curation, the digitization of obscure and overlooked archives, and increasing accessibility of on-site events (such as special screenings, festivals, and panels) for spectators worldwide.