I was six, sitting in a packed movie theatre in Conyers, Georgia (my hometown, Covington, was so small we didn’t have one), and a story got me. Ron Howard’s Apollo 13 gave me feelings I had never had before. When the little six-year-old Richard Schulz walked out of that theatre into the sweltering Georgia July humidity, he knew he wanted to tell those stories.
During my school days I found any excuse to turn a standard three-panel poster-board project into a film. In high school, I chose...
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