WHO’S IN IT?
Eden Duncan-Smith (Roxanne Roxanne), Dante Crichlow (film debut), Brian Bradley (A Walk Among The Tombstones), Marsha Stephanie Blake (The Architect), Myra Lucretia Taylor (Unfaithful), Wavyy Jonez (film debut), Damaris Lewis (BlacKkKlansman), Frank Harts (Paterson), Khail Bryant (The Perfect Holiday), Ian Unterman (The Jag), Johnathan Nieves (Neighbourhood Food Drive), Taliyah Whitaker (The Incredible Jessica James), Manny Ureña (Burguesinha), Brett G. Smith (’79 Parts), Carlos Arce Jr. (film debut), Samuel Smith (Cadillac Records), Patrice Bell (Gabriel), Ejyp Johnson (Like Father), Rayshawn Richardson (Premature), Allen Holloway (Men’s Affair), Barrington Walters Jr. (Run All Night), Waliek Crandall (Scumbag Hustler), Monique Robinson (Product of My Environment), Donna Hayes (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Stefon Bristol (film debut), director, writer; Fredrica Bailey (film debut), writer; Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman), producer; Felipe Vara de Rey (Painkillers), cinematographer; Jennifer Lee (The Skeleton Twins), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
C.J. (Duncan-Smith) and Sebastian (Crichlow) are two high school friends and science prodigies who spend their days developing a homemade invention that allows people to time travel. However, when Sebastian’s unarmed older brother Calvin (Bradley) is shot and killed by police officers, they decide to bring forward testing for their device and use it to travel back to the moment before he was killed…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Spike Lee produces this profoundly original approach to a very real issue, kind of like The Hate U Give by way of Back to the Future.