- Max, 13
Max, 13 Directed by Abe Levy Produced by Abe Levy Written by Abe Levy Starring Max Hurwitz
Music by Jeff Grove Cinematography Ruben O'Malley Editing by Jacob Bricca
Distributed by Colorfast Pictures Country United States Language English
Max, 13 is the 1999 debut feature film of director by Tomales native Abe Levy, revolving around a 13 year old boy coming of age in rural Northern California. This film featured Marshall resident, Max Hurwitz, who continues to reside in Marshall as well as Petaluma.
- Max Hurwitz ... Max
- Jorja Dwyer ... Claire
- Christopher Jaymes ... Daniel
- April Daniels ... Valerie
- Josh Faure-Brac ... Camera Store Clerk
- Daedalus Howell ... Ray
- Kandis Kozolanka ... Mrs. Eggles
- Aerielle Levy ... Florida
- Greg Marquardt ... Harvey
- Christine Renaudin ... Frida
- Devon Rumrill ... Floyd
- Nick Scott ... Dallas
- Shaina Solomon ... Sasha
- Josh Staples ... Ronnie
- Sienna S'Zell ... Marianne
- Robert Vandermaaten ... Jonathan
- metroactive.com, (about Levy) "North Bay filmmakers forge a new cinematic scene: Abe Levy and Silver Tree ...Lifelong Sonoma County resident Abe Levy has proven himself a filmmaker to the degree that he actually has a second home in Hollywood...."
- Daedalus Howell: "09.15.99, FINAL CUT: Tomales-borne director Abe Levy unthaws the freeze-frame on his coming-of-age opus "Max, 13 this weekend at the Phoenix Theater"
- Sonoma Wine Country: "Ever since 1973, Petaluma has served as a location for many major films, including: ...Max, 13 (1997) 4 day shoot in Petaluma and 10 day shoot in Tomales..."
- Petaluma.org: "Some of the movies in which you can find scenes of Petaluma are: ...Max, 13 (1997)..."
- Cinema Picuria: (about Levy) "Abe Levy has directed a handful of feature films"
- Faltbush Pictures: (about the editor) "Jeni Matson edited Abe Levy's acclaimed debut feature, MAX, 13"
- ^ Metro Active, "Best Local Indie Feature Film: 'Twas with talent, moxie, and under a 100 grand (a spit in the ocean--or eye--by Hollywood standards) that Tomales-bred filmmaker Abe Levy produced, wrote, and directed his feature film debut, Max,13--", accesses 01-08-2009
- ^ citwf.com, Max, 13 cast/crew/production, accessed 01-07-2009
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