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Time. 2020. USA. Directed by Garrett Bradley. Closed captioning available. 81 min.
When Garrett Bradley—winner of the Sundance 2020 Best Director award in the documentary category, the first Black woman to achieve this honor—was commissioned to direct a short for the New York Times Op-Doc series on incarceration and the experiences of Sibil Fox Richardson (Fox Rich) and her husband Rob, she couldn’t have guessed that it would grow into one of the most relevant, profoundly moving stories of our era. Originally intending to tell the contemporary story of Fox’s battle with the judicial system, Bradley courageously set aside everything to re-edit the film when she was handed years of home-video footage that Rich had been recording on her own. The result is an epic story of determination, loss, and the perseverance of love. Courtesy of Amazon Studios
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