Insufferable Groo, The: Low-Budget Guerrilla Filmmaking–Steven Groo

The Insufferable Groo, directed by Scott Christopherson and produced Jared Harris, follows the self-proclaimed director Steven Groo as he prepares to make his 200th film in 20 years.

His output of largely genre films has attracted admirers like Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) and Jack Black.  But the Utah-based director has never made any money off of his work; it’s his wife who takes care of their family of four small boys.

As Groo attempts to make his latest feature, his narcissism threatens to prove his undoing in this look at low-budget guerrilla filmmaking.