Soon after college, mental illness interrupted
Bud Clayman’s dreams of a filmmaking career.
Thirty years later, he’s making the movie of his life.
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“A MESSAGE OF HOPE!” NPR
“MOVING, PENETRATING!” New York Times
“UNIQUELY INSPIRING!” Los Angeles Times
“A REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENT!” The Huffington Post
“IT’S EASY TO CHEER HIS ULTIMATE TRIUMPH!”
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Jon Wolfman, Bud Clayman’s teacher from the 1970s who appears in OC87 and authored the recent article Bud Clayman: An Extreme Makeover, also wrote a reflection article called Blindsided about “The Benefits and Pain of Being Confronted by a Former Student.” Both...read more
When Bloomfield College screened OC87 for psychology and nursing students, they gave it “two thumbs up” – here are some of their comments: “OC87 expanded my vision and understanding of mental illness. Now I realize that there is hope and help - these are vital...read more
In this compelling article, Bud Clayman, the main character and co-director of the documentary OC87, is interviewed by Jon Wolfman for the website TalkingWriting.com. Jon Wolfman was Bud’s teacher at Akiba Hebrew University in the 1970s and appears in the documentary...read more