Tag Archives: Mad Max: Fury Road

Spotlight, Mad Max and Leonardo Dicaprio the big winners of 2016 Oscars

The verdict is in and this year’s Oscar Awards had plenty of big moments from Ex Machina‘s surprise win in VFX to Leonardo Dicaprio’s long anticipated-Oscar victory for Best Actor.... Continue Reading

George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road wins big at the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards

Sunday night in California, the winners of the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards were announced – as voted by the BFCA (Broadcast Film Critics Association), a group made up of approximately 250 television, radio and online critics. Like the Golden Globes, which is voted by the relatively smaller Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the event recognises the best in film and TV from the previous year. However this was the first year that both film and TV were recognised at the same time.... Continue Reading

9 things we learnt from George Miller and the Mad Max: Fury Road co-writers at GRAPHIC Festival

When the fiery orange dust settles at the end of 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road will undoubtedly be named as one of the biggest and most notable cinematic triumphs of the year. The revival of the classic 80’s film franchise may have come after over a decade of false-starts and meticulous planning, but fans and critics around the world embraced it almost instantly, praising not only George Miller’s stunning direction, but the contribution each and every cast member made; not least how well written and densely layered with social criticism and commentary the film was.... Continue Reading

Creating the Apocalypse will see George Miller answer Mad Max: Fury Road questions from a worldwide audience

One of the biggest hits of 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road was Academy Award-winning writer-director George Miller‘s fourth instalment in the franchise – and it took him some 17 years to get there.  And now, in news that will excite cinefiles all over Australia, Miller and the film’s creative team will be answering questions from a worldwide call-out as a part of their appearance at the Sydney Opera House’s Graphic Festival on Sunday 11 October. Accompanied by a 3,500 graphic novel storyboard, no less.... Continue Reading