“I never felt like a victim,” he says in the interview. “Movies really helped me – kind of saved me – from shame, from guilt, from putting it on myself, from making it my burden when it wasn’t my burden. I think making movies was my great escape, it was how I could get away from all that.”
Friends of Quinn, a website that seeks to empower those with learning differences aged 18 to 35, reached out to the award-winning director to help show that dyslexia and other problems shouldn’t hold young people back from becoming independent and building their own lives.
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