Through the African American Lens: Time: A Screening and Conversation among Sibil "Fox" and Rob Richardson and Garrett Bradley
- Tuesday, October 13, 2020
- 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Highlights from the Event
Garrett Bradley’s Time uses the moving love story of Sibil and Rob Richardson to tell a vital and timely tale of mass incarceration and the heartbreaking effects of the prison-industrial complex. Since its premier at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, Time produced by Amazon Studios has emerged as a Best Documentary Academy Award frontrunner.
Time presents the saga of Sibil Fox and Rob Richardson, whose romance is interrupted by the Louisiana carceral system and a 60-year prison sentence. The film is presented in collaboration between the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture and Amazon Studios. At the conclusion of the film, please join a post-screening discussion among Sibil “Fox” and Rob Richardson; Garret Bradley, filmmaker; Rhea Combs, NMAAHC Supervisory Film Curator, and Paul Gardullo, NMAAHC Supervisory Curator of History. To register, please follow the the link above and use the password TIMEnmaahc if prompted.