Max D. Adams

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Max D. Adams, born February 12, 1961, in Los Angeles California, is an American screenwriter.

Max Adams is an award winning screenwriter and author living in Austin, Texas. She has worked with Columbia Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, and Tri-Star Pictures. Organizations she has lectured and/or taught at include University of Southern California, Austin Film Festival, Squaw Valley Community of Writers, Film Arts Foundation, New York Film Academy and the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences. She is a former Writers Guild of America, West online mentor, is the founder of two international online screenwriting workshops, The Left Door and 5150, and is the author of "The Screenwriter’s Survival Guide: Or, Guerrilla Meeting Tactics and Other Acts of War.” Her produced feature films include Excess Baggage [credited] and The Ladykillers [uncredited] and One For the Money [uncredited].


Max was nicknamed Red Hot Adams by Daily Variety.

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