The Oscar-winning ‘Mad Max’ franchise writer, director, and producer speaks about his choice to cast a younger actress, Anya Taylor-Joy, and not his ‘Fury Road’ star, in the iconic role of Furiosa.
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Raw and behind-the-scenes footage without digital enhancements or computer generated effects is packed with practical explosions and daring stunts, delivering much the thrill of the finished movie.
Paramount Pictures and Starburns Industries’ ‘Anomalisa,’ Disney and Pixar Animation Studio’s ‘The Good Dinosaur’ and ‘Inside Out,’ 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios’ ‘The Peanuts Movie,’ and Aardman’s ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie’ are nominated for Best Animated Feature.
Blu-ray combo pack includes more than 90 minutes of high-octane special features; ‘Mad Max 4-Film Blu-ray Anthology’ set also available September 1.
Los Angeles-based independent filmmaker Pablo Fernández Eyre creates an animated tribute to George Miller’s ‘Mad Max: Fury Road.’
Helping bring all the mayhem and madness of ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ to the screen was Iloura’s Sydney studio, led by VFX supervisor Tom Wood. With two major sequences – a toxic sandstorm and evil warlord Immortan Joe’s stronghold, The Citadel – plus hundreds of stunts and vehicle crashes to contend with, Iloura was involved in more than 1,700 VFX shots. Here’s a selection of some of their great work on the film.
Iloura’s VFX supervisor tackles the effects for George Miller’s iconic post-apocalyptic adrenaline-filled feature, including a toxic sandstorm and evil warlord Immortan Joe’s stronghold, The Citadel.