The other day a friend of mine shared a realization he recently had. He told me, “100 years from now no one will remember me, the things I’ve done or the decisions I make”. My response was that the things we do with our time on earth will dictate who remembers us and for how long. The thought is something I’ve pondered for a while, but is also worth thinking about when considering the type of art we create. Is what we’re making timeless, or for the moment? I didn’t quite mean to take such a long winded route to get to the work of Bob Marley, but in essence, to me it seems like Bob is one of those seminal figures who people will remember 100 years from now. Uncovering archival footage alongside interviews with the people who knew him best, director Kevin Macdonald has created a documentary celebrating the life and career of one of the world’s greatest artists. Set to be released worldwide on April* 20th, I’d recommend some good tree and some snacks to accompany your viewing session.