Nicole Newnham & Jim LeBrecht | co-directors of Crip Camp

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Welcome to The Doc Exchange: A Real Stories Podcast, where your favourite non-fiction filmmakers reveal the documentaries that have had a lasting impact on their lives and careers.

This week, co-directors Nicole Newnham and Jim LeBrecht join June Jennings to reveal the three documentaries that inspired their work on Crip Camp - the Netflix documentary about a disability revolution. From films about Harvey Milk to James Baldwin, we discover their non-fiction touchstones and why they were changed irrevocably for watching them.

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SHOW NOTES

Crip Camp (2020, Nicole Newnham & Jim LeBrecht) // Watch on Netflix globally.

The Times of Harvey Milk (1984, Rob Epstein) // Rent via Prime Video & iTunes in the UK & Watch on the Criterion Channel in the US

The Devil & Daniel Johnston (2005, Jeff Feuerzeig)

I Am Not Your Negro (2017, Raoul Peck) // Rent via Amazon, MUBI, Google Play, BFI Player & Curzon Home Cinema in the UK & Watch on


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