On location with Mad Max: Fury Road - the TechnoStory

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AFTRS Theatre

Building 130

The Entertainment Quarter

Moore Park, NSW 2021

Australia

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Experience the excitement:
SMPTE in association with ASSG presenting
Mad Max: Fury Road - On location

On Monday March 7th at 1830 we're taking over the AFTRS theatre to expose behind the scenes information on the massive production that is the Oscar Nominated and BAFTA winning feature, Mad Max: Fury Road.

Join with Jack Swart, Ben Osmo, Mark Wasiutak, Greg Roberts and other special guests.

Hear about the massive production challenges, recording audio and video while speeding across the desert, learn how Director George Miller was able to watch and hear anything, at any time.

Read all about it at the SMPTE Australia Section website.

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AFTRS Theatre

Building 130

The Entertainment Quarter

Moore Park, NSW 2021

Australia

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The Oscar® and Emmy® Award-winning Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®), a professional membership association, is the preeminent leader in the advancement of the art, science, and craft of the image, sound, and metadata ecosystem, worldwide.


The Australia Section of SMPTE serves members across Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region.   The Australia Section runs a regular program of events, open to members and guests, to support the professional and educational needs of our industry.   The Australia Section also produces a biennial conference and exhibition (see here) and promotes strong cooperation between fellow societies and industry guilds operating in Australia.


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