Adam Keleman was born and raised in Woodland Hills, CA. He first began sharpening his writing skills as the LA film correspondent for SOMA Magazine in 2007, interviewing several acclaimed directors and actors, including Evan Rachel Wood for 'The Wrestler' and Freida Pinto for her breakthrough role in 'Slumdog Millionaire.' Adam has also contributed to AOL Moviefone, SLANT, ARTISTdirect, BUNKER HILL and HyperVocal. In Spring 2009, Adam wrote, directed and produced the short film 'Going Back,' which made its world premiere at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival. The film went on to screen at the 54th BFI London Film Festival, Cannes Short Film Corner, Anthology Film Archives and Brooklyn International Film Festival. Adam received a 2011 Jerome Foundation Production grant for his new film 'Long Days,' which won the Hammer to Nail Short Film Contest and is currently playing the festival circuit. He is also a producer on the feature documentary 'Brave New Wild,' which was selected for the 2012 IFP Doc Lab. Adam resides in Brooklyn, NY, where he works as a freelance producer, and is developing two feature projects, which he hopes to direct.