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projects

  • All projects
  • Books
  • Film
  • Television
  • The New Screenwriter's Survival Guide
  • Sanitarium
  • Underbelly Blues
  • The Ladykillers
  • One for the Money
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work

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Awards

Max Adams has won numerous writing awards including an Academy Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, an Austin Film Festival Screenwriting Award, Continue reading “Awards” »

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Consults

Max Adams works when time allows with screenwriters and filmmakers consulting on projects and scripts.

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Courses

The Academy of Film Writing [AFW] is a school founded by screenwriter Max Adams to perpetuate excellence in film writing. Continue reading “Courses” »

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Writer

Max Adams is an author and award winning screenwriter. Dubbed “Red Hot Adams” early in her career by Daily Variety, Adams is the winner of — Continue reading “Writer” »

about

Max Adams

Max Adams

Max Adams has worked with Columbia Pictures, Hollywood Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, and Tri-Star Pictures on myriad projects “in development.” And is now lobbying her congressman for a “return of fire” medal [something sparkley would be nice].

Max’s adaptation, The Ladykillers, was released in 2004 [and she lost the damn arbitration on that one]. One For The Money in 2012. [Another day, another arbitration.]  She is the founder of two international online screenwriting groups, is a former AFI Alumni reader and WGA online mentor, is a recipient of the University of Utah College of Fine Arts Distinguished Alumni Award, and is the founder of The Academy of Film Writing.

Max’s non-filmic writing credits include journalism, short fiction, essays, theatre, humor, and radio. She is the author of The New Screenwriter’s Survival Guide – and has an almost criminal love of shoes.

 

contact

Max is a member of WGAw and is represented by Harley Copen at ICM.