Our films illuminate unexplored worlds and provide an artistic lens through which we view reality. By bringing these authentic stories to television viewers nationwide, Documentary Channel hopes to inspire, motivate, educate, and entertain.
Documentary Channel is a 24-hour-per-day, 7-days-a-week television network dedicated exclusively to airing the works of independent documentary filmmakers. Documentary Channel features some of the highest quality documentary films made by many of the most talented documentarians of all time.
We present a broad range of titles including Academy Award-winning and -nominated features and shorts, festival winners, and festival favorites. Documentary Channel offers films of all lengths and genres, classics and cutting edge, covering politics, culture, science, the environment, war, music and sports, as well as exclusive IMAX originals, and our own in-house productions such as DocTalk and Treasures of the Academy.
Our blogger is Christopher Campbell.
Campbell has been a professional film blogger since 2005, writing news and criticism for such outlets as Cinematical (AOL), First Showing, Pajiba, Screen Rant, The Reeler, Spout (Indiewire) and MTV News. He is presently a contributor to Moviefone, Screen Crush, Film School Rejects and Fandango’s Movies.com, for which he writes a documentary column.
Campbell holds an MA in cinema studies from NYU, where he concentrated on nonfiction film. He lives in Decatur, Georgia, with his wife, newborn son and dog.