|Directed by||Sylvain Roy|
Guy A. Lepage
|Produced by||Lyse Lafontaine|
Guy A. Lepage
|Written by||André Ducharme|
|Starring||Guy A. Lepage|
|Music by||Ramachandra Borcar|
|Edited by||Yves Chaput|
Happy Camper (French: Camping sauvage) is a Canadian crime comedy film, directed by Sylvain Roy and Guy A. Lepage and released in 2004. The film stars Lepage as Pierre-Louis, an investment banker who is forced into witness protection after witnessing a crime committed by Jackhammer, the leader of a local biker gang. Assigned to a rural trailer park with the new name Marcel Paquette, he has to fight to stay alive after the gang organizes a plan to find him and retaliate.
The film received three Genie Award nominations at the 25th Genie Awards, for Best Art Direction/Production Design (André-Line Beauparlant), Best Costume Design (Sophia Lefebvre) and Best Sound Editing (Guy Pelletier, Claire Pochon, Marie-Claude Gagné, Jean-Philippe Savard and Guy Francoeur). At the 7th Jutra Awards, the film was presented with the Billet d'or as the year's top-grossing Quebec film, and Linda Gordon was nominated for Best Hair.
- "Première de Camping sauvage". TVA Nouvelles, July 5, 2004.
- "Camping sauvage – Film de Sylvain Roy et Guy A. Lepage". Films du Québec, December 28, 2008.
- "Irreverent Quebecois camp". Montreal Gazette, July 9, 2004.
- "French films take the lead". The Globe and Mail, February 9, 2005.
- "Jutras go with the underdog". Montreal Gazette, February 21, 2005.
- "A lesser celebration". Montreal Gazette, February 19, 2005.