Watch the Acclaimed Doc 76 DAYS Free This Saturday (1/23) & Support AFS
In commemoration of the one year anniversary of the COVID lockdown in Wuhan, China, our friends at MTV Films are making the doc 76 DAYS available absolutely free to watch on Saturday 1/23. Even better, for every stream of the film you watch, AFS will receive a donation.
This is one of the best films of 2020, perhaps you saw it on one of the many year-end lists or heard the NPR story about it. It’s a remarkable film, full of heroic medical workers pushing themselves past the point of human endurance as they battle the first wave of the COVID 19 outbreak. It’s a beautiful document of humanity and there are even a few laughs – really!
Kevin Crust of the Los Angeles Times speaks for critics everywhere – the film has a 100 score on Rotten Tomatoes – when he says:
“We are likely to be watching films on this subject for years to come, but for it’s sheer in-the-moment rawness, 76 DAYS is one that will stick in your consciousness for some time.”
You can sign up to watch the film HERE. Be sure to put “Austin Film Society” in the “Your local theater” field.