From the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Christopher Campbell reviews Michael Rapaport's documentary about A Tribe Called Quest.
From the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Christopher Campbell reviews Steve James' documentary about the Chicago-based organization CeaseFire.
From the 2011 Slamdance Film Festival, Christopher Campbell reviews Michael Barnett's documentary about real-life superheroes.
In the second part of our interview with Ryan White, we discuss the ending of his film and how it went differently than expected.
In the first part of our interview with Ryan White, we discuss how he came onto this film and why many distributors wouldn't.
Here are the nonfiction films we're looking forward to at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and beyond.
From 2007, Christopher Campbell reviews Barry Poltermann and Frank Anderson's record of Charles Nelson Reilly's one-man show.
From the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, Christopher Campbell reviews Andrew Rossi's documentary about the New York Times' Media Desk.
From 2011, Christopher Campbell wonders if nonfiction films can still be used for teaching -- and if they ever should have been.
Below are the submitted best-of lists that contributed to our 2020 end-of-year poll (* = still unreleased in the US; ** = released in the U.S. last year). Christopher Campbell @thefilmcynic Found…
From 2010, Christopher Campbell reviews the screenwriting documentary.
From 2012, Christopher Campbell briefly reviews Eugene Jarecki's documentary about the prison industrial complex.