|Directed by||Diane Bell|
|Produced by||Chris Byrne
|Written by||Diane Bell|
Frank Hoyt Taylor
Michael Blackman Beck
|Music by||Liam Howe|
|Editing by||John-Michael Powell|
Obselidia is a 2010 American drama film written and directed by Diane Bell, starring Michael Piccirilli, Gaynor Howe and Frank Hoyt Taylor. The film won two awards at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival: the Excellence in Cinematography award and the Alfred P. Sloan Prize.
On his quest to catalogue soon obsolete occupations, George (Piccirilli) a librarian joins forces with a silent film projectionist (Howe), and together they journey to Death Valley to interview a maverick scientist (Hoyt Taylor) who is predicting the imminent end of the world.
- Michael Piccirilli – George
- Gaynor Howe – Sophie
- Frank Hoyt Taylor – Lewis
- Chris Byrne – Mitch
- Kim Beuche – Jennifer
- Michael Blackman Beck – Paul
- Linda Walton – Linda
- Grant Mathis – Monk
- Excellence in Cinematography. Sundance 2010 Film Festival
- Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize. Sundance 2010 Film Festival
- Juried Best Feature. Ashland Independent Film Festival 2010
- Alfed P. Sloan 2010 Grantees. TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund 2010.
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- "Sundance Film Festival Winners 2010". www.sundancefilmfestival.com. Retrieved 2010-10-15.