We Will Live Again is a 12-minute long documentary that takes viewers inside the Cryonics Institute in Clinton Township, Michigan, where the legally dead are stored in anticipation of medical miracles. There are both human and nonhuman patients — along with DNA samples and tissues — held in cryopreservation, a process that involves using sub-zero temperatures to halt cells from sustaining any further damage from external sources.

The short film provides an intimate look into the operations of the Cryonics Institute, as well as insight into the lives and minds of employees Ben Best and Andy Zawacki. Additionally, We Will Live Again also features the now-deceased Robert Ettinger, who many regard as the "father of cryonics" because of the impact his book The Prospect of Immortality had on the field. Directed by Myles Kanes and Josh Koury, the documentary was an official selection at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival.