Part love story, part film as a tool for social justice, Time is an electrifying debut feature documentary that mixes home movies, observational footage and poetic experimentation to tell the story of the inspirational Fox Richardson. Fox fought for 20 years to have her husband’s harsh prison-sentence reduced while raising six young sons. Still in her early thirties, director Garrett Bradley is already firmly established in the worlds of American fine art and film – with works across narrative, documentary, and experimental cinema and a distinctive take on race, class, familial relationships and social justice. Bradley became the first Black American woman to receive Best Director at the 2020 Sundance Film festival for Time.
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