Mr. Chibbs


-Christian Red, The New York Daily News

“Anderson is candid, rueful and self-knowing.”

-The New York Times

“Mr Chibbs is as raw as it is candid.”


“Campbell’s film commiserates with a rudderless man who is reconciling his gifts with his burdens, responsibilities and excuses.”

-The Village Voice

“Mr. Chibbs” is an excellent documen-tary about the life, career, and many mistakes and failures throughout Kenny Anderson’s life.”

-Enquirer Journal

“A somber portrait of a man still trying to grow up in the shadow of his own legacy.”

-Film Journal

“A solid film that has you rooting for the likable Anderson in his quest to become a better person.”

-NY Sports Day

“Emotional and Raw Film.” 

-Maggie Gray, Sports Illustrated Now

“Mr. Chibbs Delights at Miami Film Festival…”

 -Shaw Sports


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Friday, May 19 – Thursday, May 25, 2017


1049 Ponce De Leon Aveue N.E.

Atlanta, GA 30306


Basketball is Easy, Life is Hard — Kenny Anderson

Ten years after retirement from a career as a professional athlete, Kenny Anderson finds that basketball is easy, it’s life that’s hard. Still reeling from his mother’s death, the former New York City high-school prodigy and NBA All-Star loses a cherished coaching position, sending him into a midlife crisis. Facing his personal demons head-on, the charismatic Anderson must come to terms with his past in order to find a way forward.

USA/Color/Documentary/86 Minutes/English/2017

Past Screenings…

NY:  IFC CENTER,  MAY 3 – 16, 2017 

Atlanta Film Festival, Miami Film Festival, DOCNYC, Sarastoa Film Festival,

Montclair Film Festival

Latest News…


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