Biggest British Documentary Filmmaker
It is difficult to say who the biggest British documentary filmmaker is, as there have been many notable documentary filmmakers from the UK over the years, and opinions may vary on who the "biggest" is. Some notable British documentary filmmakers include:
Sir David Attenborough: A renowned broadcaster and naturalist who has made numerous documentaries about natural history and wildlife, including the popular series "Planet Earth" and "Blue Planet."
Louis Theroux: A journalist and documentarian known for his unorthodox approach to filmmaking, and documentaries like "Weird Weekends" and "Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends" which has covered a range of topics, from pornography to UFOs to the world of extreme bodybuilders.
Nick Broomfield: an independent documentarian who directed and produced several doc like "Kurt & Courtney" (1998) and "Battle for Haditha" (2007)
Asif Kapadia: an award-winning documentary filmmaker known for his documentaries "Senna" (2010) and "Amy" (2015) which is about the lives of Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna and singer Amy Winehouse, respectively.
Brian Hill: Directed and Produced multiple award winning documentaries such as "The Unbelievable Truth" (1989) and "In the Hands of the Taliban" (2011)
These are just a few examples, there are many other talented and accomplished British documentarians.