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Max Hechtman

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Max Hechtman
East Meadow, United States

MAX HECHTMAN has been producing, shooting, and editing videos, ever since he was 12 years old. He has borrowed his style of shooting and editing from various movies and utilizes them to present his short film/documentary/event work in the most professional way possible. He is best known for his work as the resident videographer for East Meadow High School from 2013-15, as well as his first short film, I Am Here, which screened at film festivals throughout 2016.

He currently attends the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) as a Film Major and intends to pursue a career in the video production industry after he graduates, making films (narrative and documentary) and content with relevant and important messages for audiences around the world.

He is currently in post-production on Abigail, his senior thesis film for FIT and hopes to adapt two-three existing Broadway musicals for the big screen in the future, one of them being a remake of Universal Pictures' upcoming film adaptation of Steven Levenson and Pasek & Paul’s Dear Evan Hansen (in which his own screenplay adaptation of the musical was the first feature-length screenplay he ever wrote).

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Scripts By Max

Fate and Faith
A boy loses his father to a 9/11-related illness, leading to the loss of his friends. Through the help of new friends, he tries to get his life back on track.
Short Drama Available for Free 8pp
1 reader loves this script
Past + Future
A 19 year old receives two phone calls, one from the future and one from the past. They force him to make a decision: let life go on, or do something to change it.
Short Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller Available for Free 6pp
1 reader loves this script