New Orleans, LA
Garrett Bradley (b. NYC, 1986) is a New Orleans based filmmaker. A 2014 Art Matters Foundation and 2016 Ford Foundation Grantee, Bradley is the recipient of the Artadia Prospect 3 Artist Award, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association Award, The Lynn Weston Fellowship, The Motion Picture Association of America Award and the Mary Pickford Award.
Bradley was honored with Best Narrative Feature, Best Director and Best First Feature in the 2014 TriBeCa Film Festival IndieWire Critics Picks for her debut film, Below Dreams. Bradley’s follow up feature, Cover Me, debuted at The International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2015.
A young musician tries to find her place in New Orleans, city of musical dreams and failures. Bradley expresses the musician's inner life with remarkable editing and a moving soundtrack that reinforces the city's slow pace
In our current world, where worth is often gauged by online popularity, an economy has developed for paying for followers and likes. Through access inside the “click-farms” of Bangladesh, Like explores the multi-million dollar industry that grows social media followings for celebrities and brands alike.