It has almost been half a year, maybe more depending on where you live, since the reality sunk in that we are, indeed, surviving a pandemic. Like many other sectors of our society, the film industry was hit hard by the virus as well. Film theatres were designated as ideal environments for the spread of the virus and were immediately shut down, along with other areas meant for social gathering. The dynamism of the modern world screeched to a halt and we found ourselves confined to our rooms, either hunched over our phones and laptops or sprawling on the couch and binging whatever Netflix threw at us. Streaming services were on the rise even before 2020 with Netflix becoming a $125 billion company in about 20 years, making 6.14 billion dollars in the second quarter of 2020 alone. All of this begs the question: Will cinema survive?