Growing up in rural Australia in the midst of teenage car culture, director George Miller’s youth served as the vision for Mad Max. As the fourth installment, Mad Max: Fury Road gains an Oscar nomination, Miller joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss his range of filmmaking from action flicks to children’s films and his Alfred Hitchcock-inspired intention to make films work without dialogue.
George Miller: Mad Max: Fury Road
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