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Nick Broomfield's BATTLE FOR HADITHA (2007). We continue our series on documentarian Nick Broomfield with one of his narrative features: a gripping, blistering, documentary-style war film about an ugly situation spiraling out of control.

Nick Broomfield's TOO WHITE FOR ME (1992). British documentarian Nick Broomfield—to whom we are devoting a long-running series—returns to South Africa after 1991’s The Leader, His Driver and the Driver’s Wife to look at an immensely successful—and equally eccentric—nouveau riche.

Director Nick Broomfield chronicles Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, the grunge icon who…

There Is No Happy Ending: Nick Broomfield’s “Tales of the Grim Sleeper”

Nick Broomfield & Joan Churchill's SOLDIER GIRLS (1981). Just as Nick Broomfield and Joan Churchill’s Tattooed Tears revealed the turmoil and difficulties of troubled teens in one American institution, the directorial duo now turn to a more respected one, focusing on women and discovering lives just as disparate and situations just as challenging.

Music Documentary: "Kurt & Courtney" (1998). COUNTRY: United Kingdom. DIRECTOR: Nick Broomfield. SCREENWRITER: Nick Broomfield. COMPOSER: David Bergeaud. CAST: Kurt Cobain, Courtney Love, Nick Broomfield


Nick Broomfield is an English documentary Film-maker and has produced numerous works, one of which is Biggie and Tupac. The film documents the events and suspicions around Biggie and Tupac's murders. Watch Now:


"Battle for Haditha", war drama film by Nick Broomfield (UK, 2007) Warning, story based on actual military action taken in Haditha contains disturbing footage and behavior, viewer discretion advised.


Aileen: The Life and Death of a Serial Killer. I watched this documentary as it followed serial killer Aileen Wournos through appeals and her eventual death sentence. I found it incredibly emotive as an insight into the life of a woman on death row, and enjoyed the style of production and documentary making by Nick Broomfield and his team.

Fetishes (1996), dir: Nick Broomfield, documentary. The documentary that piqued my interest in becoming a Pro Domme.