Garrett Bradley’s follow-up on his Oscar-nominated film today has been unveiled for the launch of AFI Docs 2021. The festival will feature a global program by the latest director of “Time”, “Naomi Osaka.” The newspaper reported the matter.
Starting June 22, “Naomi Osaka” takes “two important years for a young professional tennis player, from the 2019 US Open through every Grand Slam game tour as she not only plays in her games, but also examines her roots and finds her voice.” is a question and answer by Bradley.
Parker Hill and Isabel Bethencourt’s “Cusp”, a well-known portrait of three young girls living in rural Texas, closed the festival on June 27. The Sundance doc is following close friends as they struggle with film, drugs, and sexual violence. one summer season.
This year’s hybrid festival will include a few exhibitions at the AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Center in Silver Spring, MD, as well as all exhibitions of donations.