Events & Gatherings
Time, Garrett Bradley
This February, Cinema at the Museum honours Black History Month with films from Black filmmakers that speak to injustice, truth, and identity.
Both a breathtaking cinematic love story and a bruising indictment of American injustice, Garrett Bradley’s documentary Time traces the decades-long quest of Sibil Fox Richardson, an indefatigable mother of six and a fiercely outspoken prison abolitionist, to free her husband from the Louisiana State Penitentiary, where he is serving a sixty-year sentence for robbery.
Gracefully interweaving 20 years of Richardson’s own intimate home movies with expressive footage of her present joys & struggles, Bradley crafts a poetic, soul-shaking look at the devastating toll of mass incarceration & one family’s extraordinary efforts to stay whole.
Directed by Garrett Bradley
2020, 81 minutes, USA, PG-13
Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.
February 24 at 7:00PM
Film tickets are $10; free admission for members and youth under 18.
Talks, tours and other events are admission by donation or free with membership.