Gripping New Feature Length Documentary LET IT FALL: LA 1982-1992 Premieres on ABC12:51 AM
“With many of the films I’ve been a part of, I've been blessed with the opportunity to take the past and make it present,” John Ridley said. “For me, the documentary space is about allowing people who have lived history to tell their stories in their voices."
“John is committed to seeing the humanity in everyone on all sides of this story,” Condon said. “He has a unique way of looking at questions of race and class and conscience. We are all so humbled that the participants have entrusted us with their most personal and emotional memories of this time.”
“Unlike many of us, there are some at the center of the Los Angeles uprising who cannot move on from the events of nearly 25 years ago,” Ridley said. “As we all still live with a number of the same issues that led to the uprising, they still live with a single event. What those individuals recall, and what they survived,urgently needs to be expressed.”