Joseph Campbell - The Power of Myth

Release Date: 20 June 2011 | Certificate: Exempt
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These STIMULATING conversati ons between inspirational scholar Joseph Campbell and veteran journalist Bill Moyers created a national sensation when they first aired on public television. In lively, expansive dialogues, the two men discuss how myths hold the key to understanding human experience. They may vary superficially from culture to culture, but at their deepest level they all reveal the path to self-fulfillment, social integration and ultimately, transcendence.

Join Campbell and Moyers as they touch on topics as diverse as world religions, marriage, the virgin birth and pop culture. Filmed at George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch and New York’s American Museum of Natural History, this series fires the imagination and the intellect.

Never-before-released conversation with Campbell from Bill Moyers’ Journal
Selections from Moyers’ interview with Star Wars creator George Lucas
12-page viewer’s guide with profiles of artists influenced by Campbell, an essay on mythology in everyday life, Campbell biography and animal symbolism in myths. Available at
Profiles of Campbell’s Influences, episode photo galleries, Bill Moyers biography and excerpts from the film Sukhavati
Release Date: 20 June 2011
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