Film Courage: Adam, when did you fall in love with storytelling?
Adam Skelter, writer, director, story artist: Adam Skelter, Author/Story Artist/Screenwriter: Good question. My parents are both storytellers. I grew up with my mom coming to school and telling stories, you know bedtime stories, reading. I came from a large family so we’d all gather around and my mom would read stories to us. And ever since I was a kid (like most of us), we are all fascinated by stories, we’re all engaged by stories. And I think literally us being Homo Sapiens, that we have wisdom and storytelling as the central part, it’s what separates us from all other creatures in the forest.
Film Courage: Were there certain types of stories that you gravitated toward more than others? Like as a kid (as I did) what about Where The Wild Things Are?
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