In Diane Bell's soft spoken and profound debut feature, George, an encyclopedia salesman, decides to write The Obselidia a compendium of obsolete things. In his quest to document nearly extinct occupations, he befriends Sophie, a beautiful cinema projectionist who works at a silent movie theatre. Sophie believes that nothing is obsolete as long as someone loves it. When they interview a reclusive scientist who predicts that 80 percent of the world's population will be obliterated by irreversible climate change by the year 2100, the two must face the question, if the world is going to disappear tomorrow, how are we going to live today?
Writer/Director: Diane Bell
Producers: Chris Byrne, Matthew Medlin
Director of Photography: Zak Mulligan