JACK PIERCE, THE MAKER OF MONSTERS
A film by Strephon Taylor
In today’s cinematic world of digital effects, telling what is real from what was created in a computer is impossible. But there was a time when Hollywood relied on nothing more than an artist’s ability to create a boogie man with grease paint, cotton, glue, hair, and a few simple materials to draw people into the theater to be chilled and thrilled.
Documentary, cinema, history
Color & B&W
November Fire Recording