In this episode, Joe Camp — writer, movie director, movie producer, animal lover, story teller — discusses his life making the Benji movies — which were rejected by the Hollywood establishment and had to be made and marketed independently, outside and against the “powers that be.”
We get to hear some great stories about the making of the movie and its marketing: stories about Benji the dog, stories about Joe, and stories about technical problems the film crew faced and solved while in the heat of making the first Benji movie. We learn which high school courses helped Joe in life, what he thinks of college, and he has found makes one a success in life.
-his background and the life event that got him into making movies
-the story behind the Benji movies’ creation and inspiration
-problems Joe and crew faced in making and marketing the first movie
-the success his wife Kathleen has teaching English and
-life lessons for us all and everyone
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