Max Wallace

Max Wallace

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Max Wallace is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, based in Toronto, Canada. His first film, Too Colourful For the League, a CBC TV documentary about the history of Blacks in hockey, was nominated for a 2001 Gemini Award (Canada's equivalent of an Emmy). In 2002, he directed the feature documentary Schmelvis, which had a US theatrical relea... Show more »
Max Wallace is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, based in Toronto, Canada. His first film, Too Colourful For the League, a CBC TV documentary about the history of Blacks in hockey, was nominated for a 2001 Gemini Award (Canada's equivalent of an Emmy). In 2002, he directed the feature documentary Schmelvis, which had a US theatrical release and played in more than 75 film festivals in 9 different countries worldwide. In 1999, he won a Felix Award for best Quebec music video with his colleagues Evan Beloff and Ari Cohen for producing the video for Jean LeLoup's "La Vie est Laide." Max is also a New York Times bestselling author for his book, Love and Death (Simon & Schuster, 2004) about the last days of Kurt Cobain. His other books include The American Axis: Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh and the Rise of the Third Reich (St. Martin's Press, 2003), about the Nazi collaboration of two American icons; and Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight: Cassius Clay vs. the United States of America (M. Evans & Co., 2000) about Ali's battle against the US government over the Vietnam War, for which Ali wrote the foreword. For five years, he worked for Steven Spielberg's Shoah Project, collecting the video testimonies of Holocaust survivors. Max has also written for the Sunday New York Times and contributed to the BBC. Show less «

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Soaked in Bleach

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