August 30, 2021
Max's passionate perspective, which will have any BTTF fan rediscovering an already beloved classic.
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Everybody loves Back To The Future, but there's more to Robert Zemeckis' iconic comedy than its stellar reputation. Video essayist and writer Max Marriner believes that this seminal time-travel story is all about blazing your own trails and not letting destiny define you. How does the film inspire such empowering ideas? And how does the film's exaggerated, cartoon sensibilities add to this emotional sincerity? Join host Larry Fried as he listens to Max's passionate perspective, which will have any BTTF fan rediscovering an already beloved classic.
Created, Hosted, Directed, and Executive Produced by Larry Fried
Produced by Larry Fried and Brian Nowak
Assistant Direction by Steven Reyes
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Edited by Larry Fried, Clayton Allen, and Kimberly Allen
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Graphic Design by Monica Sarmiento
Motion Graphic Design by Elton Greenfield
Original Music by Matt Gordeuk
Camera Operator: Kevin Lin
Sound Recordist: Dominic Mistretta
Production Assistant: Ben Zeltser