by Elliot Grove.
One night when I was about 7 years old I caught my mum sliding a quarter under my pillow. I had just lost a tooth and having caught my mum red-handed I had to deal with having the Tooth Fairy myth busted.
Later, when my daughters were born I always tried to create myths for them. They believed in Santa and the Easter bunny until they were early teens – much to the amusement of their school chums.
Myths in childhood are one thing, and perhaps even fine. When it comes to career and the business of surviving as a filmmaker, myths are quite another thing. Here are the 10 most common filmmaking myths busted:
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