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Tribeca’s ‘Obit’ Documentary Finds Life In New York Times’ Morgue – Exclusive Clip

You don’t have to be, let’s say, of a certain age to appreciate a good obituary. In her new documentary Obit, premiering today at the Tribeca Film Festival – and with a teaser trailer debuting right here – director Vanessa Gould takes an unprecedented look at The New York Times‘ legendary obit department. Obit editor William McDonald, along with past and present staff writers Bruce Weber
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