Rahdi Taylor

Head of the Artists in Residence fellowship program, Concordia Studio

Head of the Artists in Residence fellowship program at Concordia Studio.

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The documentary “ Time ” follows activist Sybil Fox Richardson, also known as Fox Rich, during her fight to release her husband Rob from the notorious Angola Prison.

‘Time’ shows a fight to free an imprisoned husband. Garrett Bradley directed it with Concordia’s help

The documentary “ Time ” follows activist Sybil Fox Richardson, also known as Fox Rich, during her fight to release her husband Rob from the notorious Angola Prison.

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