A Double Life unveils the gripping true story of Stephen Bingham, a lawyer accused of passing a gun to prisoners’ rights leader George Jackson in 1971. Forced into a life on the run, Bingham spends 13 years underground, eluding capture while fiercely determined to clear his name. Through a mesmerizing blend of firsthand accounts, rare archival materials, and poignant interviews, the story traces Bingham’s astonishing odyssey. As he battles inner demons, seeks new meaning and love, and navigates a world of danger, the film sheds light on his unwavering quest for justice and redemption against all odds.

Catherine Masud Director Director Runway (2010), Ontorjatra (2006), The Clay Bird (2002), A Kind of Childhood (2002), Words of Freedom (1999), Song of Freedom (1995)
Abby Ginzberg Producer Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power; Waging Change; And Then They came for Us; Agents of Change; Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa; Co-Producer: American Justice on Trial: People v. Newton; Consulting Producer, The Barber of Birmingham
Stephen Bingham Key Cast

Duration:85 mins

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