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Max Evry's Biography


Max Evry graduated from Boston University in 2003 with a degree in Film Production. While in school his sci-fi student short "Eskimo Hill" was selected as one of the five best in the film department that year, and was shown to execs in Los Angeles. It later aired on PBS sporting an intro by Joan Jett, with Evry directing a CGI-heavy followup titled "Blue Lollipop" in 2007.

Beginning in 2007 he worked for several years as a screenwriter and producer on the children's programs "Finky's Kitchen" (PBS) and "KickinKitchen.TV" (web series/educational platform). He also made several well-received short films featuring rising NYC comedic talent. He is currently developing a horror feature. 


He has been a dedicated film journalist since 2005, serving at various times as a writer, interviewer, graphic designer, podcaster, video creator, features editor, and managing editor. Past media outlets have included MTV, /Film, IGN, and Fangoria. Highlights from hundreds of interviews conducted over the years include Terry Gilliam, James Cameron, Guillermo Del Toro, Tim Burton, Tom Cruise, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, and many others. Being flown to over 50 set visits in those years gave him a bird's eye view to how major films are made, including "Alien: Covenant" (Australia), "Wonder Woman 1984" (London), and "Warm Bodies" (Montreal, played a featured zombie).


For home video companies Arrow, Kino Lorber, Indicator, and Via Vision he has provided Blu-ray audio commentaries as well as featurettes for classic and contemporary films including "Flatliners," "Blackhat," and Best Picture Oscar winner "Marty."


As an artist/designer, he has done work for galleries, t-shirts, album covers, infographics, etc. His cover for the book "Muppets in Moscow" was a finalist for an International Book Award. 

In 2023 he dropped his debut book, "A Masterpiece in Disarray: David Lynch's Dune - An Oral History." Written and researched over two years, this 560-page tome released by 1984 Publishing features over three-dozen new interviews with cast and crew from the infamous sci-fi film (including the elusive Lynch), plus more from major and minor industry figures. The book garnered sterling reviews and has been featured in Wired, The Wrap, iO9, Mashable, ScreenRant, Den of Geek, Moviemaker Magazine, Empire Magazine and many other publications. 


He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York with his wife, two daughters, and a truly marvelous pile of unsold screenplays.

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