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In this episode of the Unmistakable Creative, documentary filmmaker Max Lugevere shares his story about how a mother experiencing cognitive decline led him down the path of making a documentary film called BREAD HEAD


  •  Uncovering your personal path to happiness 
  •  The importance of listening to your fear, but not letting it dictate your actions
  • Recognizing when our growth and learning plateaus 
  • Leveraging tension and release to create emotional resonance 
  • The creative process of documentary film making
  • The importance of understanding rules so you can break them
  • Why the motivation behind your passion matters 
  • Optimizing cognitive capability through changes in diet 


think that’s what art is ultimately about, taking calamity and turning it into poetry. 

Max Lugavere is a multi-hyphenate filmmaker and media personality. He is the director, writer, and narrator of BREAD HEAD, an upcoming documentary exploring the impact of diet and lifestyle on brain health. His recent Kickstarter campaign raised double its goal (including off-site contributions), and receieved millions of impressions online with major national coverage and social media shares from influencers including Maria Shriver, Jared Leto, Sir Ken Robinson, and Morgan Spurlock.

Originally aired over 2 years ago.

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