Christopher Campbell is a film critic based in Atlanta, where he lives with his wife and two children. He loves all kinds of movies, but his favorites include Badlands, Blade Runner, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Conversation, Duck Soup, The Fisher King, Grey Gardens, Sherman's March, The Thin Blue Line, Time Bandits and To Kill a Mockingbird. His other loves besides movies (and quality television) include painting, puzzles and parenting.
Christopher Campbell has been a professional critic and entertainment writer for more than 15 years and has also written about music. He runs a website devoted to documentary criticism called Nonfics and is an editor for Film School Rejects, Movies.com and Fandango. His words have also been published by Indiewire, MTV News, New York Magazine's Vulture blog, Paste Magazine, Documentary magazine, Moviefone, Movieline and RogerEbert.com.
Christopher Campbell holds a BA in film studies from Brooklyn College and an MA in cinema studies from New York University.
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