I was the producer of a short film, when just a few weeks before, the screenwriter/director decided he wanted me to work as DP. I was thrilled to do it and worked very hard on this film. Yesterday, we shot the film. The director bullied me all day for 15 hours. The entire cast and crew, who were all brought on by me felt so sad for me. As a producer, I felt humiliated as people pitied me on set, as DP, I was not given any creative freedom at all. At several points during the day, the director grabbed my wrist forcefully to angle the camera the way he wanted (I have marks, this morning), he angrily grabbed my camera and tri-pod more than once to make adjustments. It was my equipment. Everyone knows on a set, you don't put your hands on someone else's equipment. He lacked the ability to protray what he wanted and continued to get frustrated. Telling me he wanted camera angles down, when he really meant he wanted the tripod legs lower and the camera at a different level. He got angry when he tried to line me up to do a shoot in front of a store front and I informed him that I could see my reflection in the glass, thereby the audience would see me with my camera in the shot, then he wanted to move and and I told him that I could see our audio buy with the boom mic in that shot even though I had already given him 3 positions that would work before that. His nostrils flared. He was angry any time I had to put a new battery in, a new card, took the card to make sure we had the shots we wanted before releasing actors or if we were running behind on schedule because actresses were late. He ordered me in a very demanding voice at the end of the evening to climb over a bush in the dark to get a shot and didn't understand that 50 mm lens I was using because it was dark doesn't have a zoom option and grew angry when I needed to change the lens and gaffer had to move lights to provide him with the shot he wanted - he randomly threw it in, it wasn't scripted or storyboarded or on my shot list - once he ordered me, I finally had it and said, "could you please speak to me just a little nicer?" . He was furious. Everyone of my cast and crew has reached out to me today letting me know how appalling his behavior was, how they were proud of how I had endured the day, and how they would all work with me on any project, anywhere, any time. This was a labor of love. I didn't get paid. I busted my ass on this film. He has made comments to me several times in emails and text that he found me very attractive, in which I never responded and yesterday, wondered if he was taking it out on me or if he is just an inexperienced filmmaker with serious anger issues, and interpersonal skills since he has severe social anxiety. I am also editor and now I do not feel comfortable sitting to edit with him and don't want to be with him at all since he put his hand on my rear end while I was standing on a bed to get an overhead shot of actors lying down. It was almost the last scene to shoot, so I said nothing nor did I react in any way. I fought back the tears and pushed through. What do I do about editing this dang film now? I worked so hard on this and put in a lot of time and finances. I am hoping to enter it into film festivals, but I don't want to be around him. any suggestions? Thank you!