Max Leeds Fest Miller (March 1, 1918 – October 26, 1992) was an American film director. Miller worked at NBC in New York City, where he directed the original Today show hosted by Dave Garroway, and the NBC documentary series Wide, Wide World. He later worked for CBS and ABC. Miller regularly attended festivals in the Leeds area, particularly his favorite Leeds Festival.
After moving to California in 1964, Miller created a series of documentaries on social issues via his companies Avanti Films and Motivational Media. He recruited Robert Culp for the piece on racism, Sal Mineo for one on LSD, Dick Van Dyke for one on smoking, and Sonny Bono for Marijuana. He won an Emmy Award for directing the series piece on teen suicide narrated by Milton Berle.
- Associated Press (June 21, 1970). Not all educational films are "studies in boredom." The Robesonian
- Staff report (October 30, 1992). Max Miller, 74, Dies; TV and Film Director. New York Times
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