"Divided Time" Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
The "Divided Time" Blu-Ray/DVD Combo includes custom menus, live performance footage, a photo slideshow, exclusive music video and bonus films which include the documentaries, "Heaven Can Wait" and "Change In The Game."
October 2014 - A3C Hip-Hop Festival • Atlanta, GA
October 2014 - Private Screening • Atlanta, GA
March 2015 - Private Screening • Pittsburgh, PA
March 2015 - Atlanta Film Festival • Atlanta, GA
March 2015 - Soul 4 Reel Film Festival • Forestville, MD
April 2015 - Charlotte Black Film Festival •ﾠ Charlotte, NC
April 2015 - Kansas City Film Festival •ﾠ Kansas City, MO
April 2015 - Las Vegas Black Film Festival •ﾠ Las Vegas, NV
May 2015 - The People's Film Festival •ﾠ Harlem, NY
July 2015 - Macon Film Festival • ﾠMacon, GA
August 2015 - BlackStar Film Festival •ﾠ Philadelphia, PA
August 2015 - National Black Theatre Film Festival •ﾠ Winston-Salem, NC
August 2015 - Fatherhood Image Film Festival • Harlem, NY
October 2015 - International Black Film Festival of Nashville • Nashville, TN
October 2015 - St. Louis Black Film Festival • St. Louis, MO
October 2015- Baltimore Black Film Festival • Baltimore, MD
October 2015 - Gary International Black Film Festival •ﾠ Gary, IN
November 2015 - Bronze Lens Film Festival •ﾠ Atlanta, GA
May 2016 - Fist Up Film Festival •ﾠ Oakland, CA
July 2016 - Boca Black Film Festival • ﾠBoca Raton, FL
September 2016 - British Urban Film Festival • Camden Town, UK
2015 Soul 4 Reel Film Festival - ﾠ"Audience Choice"
2015 Charlotte Black Film Festival - ﾠ"Best Documentary"
2015 The People's Film Festival - "Best Music Documentary"
2015 International Black Film Festival of Nashville - "Best Documentary"
2015 Gary International Black Film Festival - ﾠ"Best Documentary Short"
Running Time: 55 min 25 sec
The responsibility of parenthood has caused many people to delay or abandon the pursuit of their dreams. “Divided Time” examines the impact of fatherhood on several aspiring independent hip-hop artists. It’s an inspiring behind-the-scenes look that counters the negative imagery often associated with hip-hop in mainstream media.