George Miller

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Filmmaker and producer of the Mad Max cycle of films, Babe and Happy Feet

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Director George Miller joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss the Oscar nominated fourth installment of his film franchise, Mad Max: Fury Road.

George Miller: Mad Max: Fury Road

Director George Miller joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss the Oscar nominated fourth installment of his film franchise, Mad Max: Fury Road.

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Director George Miller’s newest entry in the Mad Max series is a chase action adventure movie that thrilled audiences when it was released over the summer.

George Miller: Mad Max: Fury Road

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