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An Interview with Gordon Price, Co-Director and Star of Ten Doors

by Mike Haberfelner

July 2022

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It explores what is after death, and the decisions we make along the way.


Now how did the project come together in the first place?


We had filmed Crawford Road and had some success, so we came up with the Ten Doors concept and started filming.


Ten Doors is built around a pretty complex mythology - so did you just adapt an existing mythology or make one up from scratch?


Both, we used our own backgrounds and made our own world.


So what was your co-writing process actually like?


We wrote and rewrote the film as we filmed, me or co-wreiter and co-director James Person would come up with a idea, then it would either be accepted or rejected by the other. The strongest ideas survived, the main thing was make the movie story-driven.


Do talk about your movie's approach to horror?


Horror doesn't have to be monsters, it can be simple horrors of life, murderm cancer, loss of loved ones.


What can you tell us about your overall directorial approach to your story at hand?


Throw enough shit against the wall and something will stick. A lot of ideas we film land on the cutting room floor. Sorry actors, welcome to the game, been there.


What was the collaboration between you and co-director James Person like?


Good! James is more of the tech "get the right shot", I'm more of the actor-director - although we change hats constantly. We seem to have the sense when someone has an idea you're not sure about, just go with it and see where it takes you.


Ten Doors hasn't been your first time working together with James Person - so do talk about your previous collaborations, and how did you two first meet even?


Crawford Road came about, I had done a couple other indie films and people were telling me to look at the stories about Crawford Road and all the murders surrounding the area, so I started to research and write a script about it, I met James at my local watering hole Hoss's Deli in Newport News, VA, we would bump into each other and always ended up talking about cinema, I eventually told him about the Crawford Road script I was writing, James said let's shoot the thing, and 2 years and many script changes later we had a history-making movie.


Back to Ten Doors: Gordon, you also play one of the leads in the movie - so do talk about your character, what did you draw upon to bring him to life, and have you written him with yourself in mind from the get-go?


I wrote him for myself, probably the only time that a character I've played is almost the real me, all my other roles I played characters.


Do talk about the rest of Ten Doors' cast, and why exactly these people?


I've been doing Virginia based productions for a while, so I had a sense who the good local actors are and we went after the best.


The $64-question of course, when and where can Ten Doors be seen?


We've just cut a deal with Troma Entertainment and will be on Troma Now which is available on  Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google Play, and Xbox.


Anything you can tell us about audience and critical reception of Ten Doors?


So far great reviews.


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Any other future projects you'd like to share?


We're already writing our next script.


Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


Thanks for the interview!


Thanks for the interview!


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