Marc Serpa Francoeur and Robinder Uppal are documentarians whose work builds on lifelong interests in social justice issues. They are the co-founders of Lost Time Media, which has produced a wide range of linear and interactive documentaries since 2013. Their interactive documentary THE WORLD IN TEN BLOCKS (2016) was featured at Hot Docs, Sheffield Doc/Fest, and launched episodically in partnership with The Globe and Mail. Their short documentary THE HEAD & THE HAND (2018) was listed by DOC NYC as one of the top twelve contenders for the Oscars’ Documentary Short category. In 2019, they produced HAVEN, an award-winning short about North America’s first prescription heroin program. In 2020, they released ABOVE THE LAW (CBC Docs POV) in tandem with the feature-length NO VISIBLE TRAUMA, a scathing exposé of police brutality and accountability issues in their hometown of Calgary. They are currently in post-production on LOVE IN THE TIME OF FENTANYL, a feature-length documentary produced in partnership with ITVS and with the support of the Sundance Documentary Film Program.