festival program / Documentary Achievement Award



WINNER - Sundance Film Festival 2020 U.S. Documentary - Best Director

New Orleans based filmmaker Garrett Bradley is a rising star, directing for The New York Times Op-Docs, collaborating with Ava DuVernay and receiving museum shows. Her new work Time focuses on Fox Rich, the mother of six, who has spent 21 years fighting for the release of her husband Rob from a 60-year prison sentence. Bradley combines Rich's home-video diaries from over two decades with newly shot material, artfully rendered in black and white. Time makes us feel the years of longing, pain and relentless optimism for their reunion.

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SilverSpot Cinema 16

SilverSpot Cinema 11

Director Bio

Garrett Bradley is an American filmmaker and director of short films, feature films, documentaries and televisions. Her debut feature, Below Dreams (14), premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. She received the 2019 Prix de Rome; a 2017 Sundance Film Festival Jury Award for her short "Alone," which was on the 2018 Academy Award shortlist; and served as second unit director on Ava DuVernay's When They See Us (19).

Cast & Credits

  • Director(s)
    Garrett Bradley
  • Cinematographer(s)
    Justin Zweifach
  • Composer
    Edwin Montgomery, Jamieson Shaw

Film Info