Christopher Campbell is the managing editor of Nonfics and a freelance writer and editor for Film School Rejects, Movies.com and Fandango. In the past he has contributed to Indiewire, MTV News, Movieline, Paste, Spout, Documentary Magazine, Cinematical, Screen Crush, Pajiba, First Showing and The Documentary Channel Blog. He began writing film criticism and covering film festivals for a zine called Read, back when a zine could actually get you Sundance press credentials. Since then he has received a Master's degree in Cinema Studies from NYU, where he concentrated on nonfiction film.
Directed by Flex is Kings collaborators Michael Beach Nichols and Christopher K. Walker, Welcome to Leith is a documentary that chronicles a complex conflict between neo-Nazis and the residents of a town they've infiltrated.
Because some people don't think there's anything good to watch on Netflix Watch Instantly anymore, we've compiled an updated list of our top 100 recommended documentaries now available, as of February 1st, to stream on the site. This should keep you busy for a while.
This animated documentary by Penny Lane (Our Nixon) depicts the life story of John R. Brinkley, a quack doctor who got rich during the Great Depression allegedly curing impotence by giving men goat testicle glands.
Robert Greene's Kate Plays Christine follows actress Kate Lyn Sheil as she prepares for a new role: a real news reporter who killed herself on the air in the 1970s. But this is not your typical documentary character study.
The Lovers and the Despot is an incredible documentary about the time Kim Jong-il kidnapped a popular actress and filmmaker from South Korea to benefit the cinema of North Korea, directed by Ross Adam and Robert Cannan and edited by Jim Hessions (Rich Hill).