I love talking with people who love what they do, about what they do. Northern Kentuckian Cam Miller makes films, and it's obvious that he loves making them.
I chatted with Cam about his latest feature, which is about the history of Riverfront Stadium, and in our conversation, you'll find out about which other Riverfront-themed films could be on the horizon.
More than anything, I wanted to talk with Cam about the process that's goes into making his films, the research involved, and the things he's stumbled into while making his films.
You'll hear Cam talk about what he discovered when he reached into the drawer of a desk that once belonged to Marge Schott, you'll hear an incredible story that involves a descendant of Ty Cobb, and you'll hear Cam talk about the time he was offered a chance to add "adult filmmaker" to his resume.
Plus, the project the NBA has gotten in the way off, his reaction to my ideas for future films, and the 30 for 30 he'd like to make.
This conversation was a blast to be a part of, and I think you'll like it even if you haven't seen one of his films, and even if you aren't much of a sports fan.
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