Every day, I have the privilege to witness the creative growth, development, and maturity of filmmakers. Part of that is amassing a crew and collaborators you trust as well as don’t feel that they are there to bring you down or push their agenda on you. No matter what level of experience or project you are working on, all filmmakers are students throughout their creative lives. Surrounding yourself with those who share that vision or want to grow with you is so key. Sometimes though, there are projects tailored to a comfort level where ego, a select crew, or maturity play a role for better or not. Watching the packed house at The Landmark Theater in Jersey City, New Jersey, the anthology project known as the Theatre of Terror falls somewhere in the middle of growth and development as well as ego driven.
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