"As the virus resurges across the world, '76 Days' suggests a way to face the future, with tears but perhaps also hope." — The New York Times
Presented in partnership with CAAM (Center for Asian American Media)
“76 Days” is a raw and intimate documentary set in the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan, China. Filmed deep inside the frontlines of the crisis in four hospitals, this award-winning film captures the struggles — and resilience — of patients and health care workers battling the pandemic during the city’s 76-day lockdown.
To mark the one-year anniversary of the start of the Wuhan lockdown, we invite you to join a discussion with the film’s director Hao Wu, executive producer Naja Pham Lockwood, and Barbara Bass Bakar Director and CEO Dr. Jay Xu, moderated by film producer Claire Aguilar.
The first 500 registrants will be sent a link to stream “76 Days” online between Jan. 21 and Jan. 23.
Members at all levels receive complimentary tickets, access to stream “76 Days,” and the special opportunity to join the panel discussion live on Zoom. Please refer to the electronic invitation for more information. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Instructions on how to stream the documentary online (between Jan. 21 and 23) and join the panel discussion will be provided in your confirmation email under the “Important Information” header. Please check your spam or junk folder if you do not see a confirmation from us.
The Asian Art Museum thanks CAAM (Center for Asian American Media), Executive Producer Jamie Chen, and 76 Days LLC for their partnership presenting “76 Days.”