Pete Schuermann is a well-established Emmy-award winning filmmaker with numerous film festival acceptances for narrative feature, documentary and short films that affirm his credibility as a solid visual storyteller. Pete was born on Long Island and is currently a resident of Monument, Colorado.
In 2005, Pete was approached by Disney to direct and edit Disneyland: Then, Now and Forever, a retrospective piece celebrating Disneyland's 50th anniversary. Following that, he completed the national-acclaimed documentary HAZE (featuring Robin Wright-Penn), which graphically examined the beer-soaked party scene that permeates the national University and College environment. Next up was the narrative feature The Creep Behind the Camera, an edgy dark comedy/docudrama and told the story about the making of The Creeping Terror, arguably the worst monster movie ever made.