Max D. Adams

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Max D. Adams is an American screenwriter and author. The winner of a Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting and an Austin Film Festival screenwriting award, Adams went on to be dubbed “Red Hot Adams” by Daily Variety.[1]

Career[edit]

Adams has worked with Columbia Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, and Tri-Star Pictures, among several others. Her produced feature films include Excess Baggage, The Ladykillers, One For the Money and she appeared in Tony Tarantino’s Underbelly Blues.[2]

Adams is also the founder of two international online screenwriting workshops, The Left Door and 5150, and is the author of The New Screenwriter’s Survival Guide.[3] She is also a University of Utah adjunct professor, is a former WGA online mentor, and is the founder of The Academy of Film Writing.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hindes, Andrew (26 March 1997). "'Baggage' handler Adams inks with U". variety.com.
  2. ^ "The Academy of Film Writing [AFW]". The Academy of Film Writing [AFW].
  3. ^ "TNSSG". screenwriterssurvivalguide.com.
  4. ^ "Max Adams - Home - Faculty Profile - The University of Utah". faculty.utah.edu.

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