79 years old and overlooked since the 1970s, abstract artist Peter Bradley reflects on life and shares his artistic process on the cusp of his rediscovery. With Peter Bradley is a celebration of art-making, resilience and the creative contributions of Black artists to American life. It shines a light on Bradley’s rightful place in the ongoing movement toward racial equity in the arts and our society.
SPECIAL NOTE: This screening is part of a tribute to MNFF Honoree Beth Levison.
WINNER: Swift House Prize for Best Depiction of the Arts
Date: Friday, August 25
Location: Dana Auditorium
Director: Alex Rappoport [Filmmaker to attend]
Producer: Alex Rappoport
Consulting Producer: Beth Levison [Filmmaker to attend], Diane Kolyer
Length: 92 minutes
Location: United States