Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

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Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby biolumen » Sun Feb 23, 2014 12:25 am

Screening of Mad Max at Backlot Studios in Melbourne on April 6 includes a Q & A with the film's credited editors Cliff Hayes and Tony Paterson. Unfortunately it does not look like this is open to the public. Too bad. I'd love to hear what these guys have to say.

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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby seriz » Tue Feb 25, 2014 2:24 am

OK ! I'll be there ! It will be the first thing I'll do in my "2014 MAD MAX TOUR" ! 8-)
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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby biolumen » Sat Mar 01, 2014 1:30 am

Good to hear, seriz. Since we've heard the stories of how Kennedy and Miller spent a year at home cutting the sound and picture on their own equipment, I'm curious to know just how much creative input these other two really had on this film. I suspect not a lot, but I'm sure they'll still have some interesting anecdotes to share with the audience.
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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby seriz » Sat Mar 01, 2014 9:38 am

the problem is that you can't believe everything Tony Paterson said for exemple. I interviewed him last year, a great interview, very nice stuff, but time to time, I suspect it's not totaly "honest"...
He said, for exemple, that he created the structure of the film, but when you take a look to the original script, you can see that the structure was already there...
But, he told me stories about the difficulties to edit some scenes with not enough material, the story of Bubba and the fly, Max taking the Black Pursuit, and some other very nice concatenations like that...
But because I already spoke to M. Paterson, I'm very curious to heard M. Hayes !
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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby seriz » Sat Apr 05, 2014 3:59 pm

Nobody's going to that screening today ?
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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby seriz » Sun Apr 06, 2014 1:37 am

It was a very nice afternoon, nice anecdotes about the editing of the movie ! David Eggby was there, hidden in the audience, giving his point of view and sharing some stories !


M. Tony Paterson, myself and in my arms, the machine who was used to cut the movie ! :oops:

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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby biolumen » Mon Apr 07, 2014 10:57 pm

Awesome Seriz. Glad you could make the trip. I look forward to reading about all the anecdotes you've heard.
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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby seriz » Tue Apr 08, 2014 3:13 pm

I filmed the conference, when i'll be back home, i'll figure to find a way to put that somewhere...
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Re: Screening of Mad Max and Q&A with film's editors

Postby Stef-Man » Thu Apr 10, 2014 11:19 pm

seriz wrote:I filmed the conference, when i'll be back home, i'll figure to find a way to put that somewhere...

This is awesome, seriz. It's surely huge stuff.
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