I'm currently on vacation. And by that I mean visiting family, writing, and complaining about the lack of light as the days get shorter. If your vacation is sunbathing in Jamaica - you are my hero. Someday, I hope to see you there.


Throughout her 20-plus-year career as a producer, researcher and writer for film, print and stage, Christine Fall has taken historical events and complex issues and transformed them into compelling, accessible stories that entertain and educate a wide audience.

Past projects include Explorer for the National Geographic Channel, Jane Fonda in Five Acts and Becoming Mike Nichols for HBO, and Freedom Summer for TV's most watched history series, American Experience. She also worked as a producer on many documentary features including Where to Invade Next, Two Trains Runnin', and The C Word, executive produced by Morgan FreemanShe started her film career working with filmmaker Michael Moore on the Academy Award nominated film Sicko.

As a writer, Christine was a frequent contributor to AMCtv.com, the online presence of the AMC network. She conducted cast interviews with high profile celebrities of AMC’s award-winning dramas Breaking Bad, Mad Men, The Killing, and The Walking Dead. On a popular weekly column for their Scifi Scanner blog, she explored the intersection of current science news and science fiction film and created slideshows, articles, quizzes and news round-ups to compliment the AMC brand and extend the life of the network’s on air content.

Christine grew up in Michigan and began her professional career working in the theater. After graduating from Western Michigan University (Go Broncos!) and studying with renowned acting teacher Uta Hagen, she worked in regional theaters such as the McCarter Theatre and the Dorset Theater Festival and developed her knack for transforming personal stories into universal narratives in a series of hit one-woman shows that earned her rave reviews (“The remarkable Christine Fall takes center stage with Don’t Break Your Egg… From lights-up to final bow we are taken in completely by her hilarious tales…” – nytheatre.com).


November 2018: Jane Fonda In Five Acts is now showing on HBO. When asked if anything in the film surprised her, Jane told Stephen Colbert, it had "footage that I had never seen ... some of the things ... I don't know where she [Susan Lacy, the director] got them. It was really interesting to watch." As an Archivist on the film, this is such a nice compliment. Thanks Jane!

A doc I genuinely enjoyed working on, Two Trains Runnin', that features musical performances by Buddy Guy, Lucinda Williams, and Gary Clark Jr., was nominated for a Grammy for Best Music Film. I always wished I had musical talent. Does this count? 

The charming film I worked on for HBO, Becoming Mike Nichols, was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special.