Norman Jewison discusses his autobiography, “This Terrible Business Has Been Good to Me.” He begins by talking about some films he has directed including “Fiddler On the Roof,” In the Heat of the Night,” “A Soldier’s Story,” and “Jesus Christ Superstar.” He describes his time in the Canadian Navy and what it was like witnessing racial segregation in the southern United States. He discusses his decision not to give himself writing credits on his films. Jewison talks about what it’s like to replace directors on films, and what happened when he had to be replaced. He discusses his decision to start the Canadian Film Institute. He ends the interview by talking about his dislike for CGI animation, and how he enjoys shooting on location.