Mad Max : Fury Road - George Miller (2014) On the road again...
Posté 05 octobre 2012 - 12:27
Et l'annonce du coffret Blu-Ray pour 2013 c'est la news du jour pour moi, n'ayant jamais pu me résoudre à acheter les précédentes éditions anémiques
Posté 05 octobre 2012 - 12:36
Posté 05 octobre 2012 - 19:51
L'un des véhicules, nommé "Rat rode ute snapper" (eh oui), est en fait un machin construit par un type et son daron "parce qu'ils se faisaient chier"... Les plaisirs de la campagne australienne étant assez limités, ils ont bricolé un machin. Puis le machin a fait un peu le tour, a eu un certain succès local, et à terminé par être racheté par la Kennedy Miller pour figurer dans Fury Road. Un conte de fée moderne...
Voici une petite vidée réalisée par les gars en question, avant qu'ils l'aient vendu...
Oui, si le 2 est dispo partout et que la copie est magnifique, le premier n'est qu'en ZONE 1, dans une copie, certes meilleure que le DVD (y'a pas de mal) mais toujours laissant à désirer. Notamment la scène où le Nightrider se fout en l'air, l'image est vraiment salement altérée...
Pour le 3, je suis quand même curieux de le revoir dans une copie meilleure que celle du DVD...
Posté 05 octobre 2012 - 20:40
On peut aussi comprendre qu'une grosse production avec des stars internationales ne doit pas arriver tous les jours, d'ou un certain intérêt pour un film.
Posté 05 octobre 2012 - 22:37
Media location is undesirable
Windhoek / Swakopmund - The Silence of the film company, which on the coast the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" turns, goes further. Nor does the visit of Minister of Information, Joel Kaapanda nothing. This is today visiting the set at Swakopmund and has about 20 September informed the media that accompany him in such on-site visits always. Yesterday came the sudden cancellation: The lockout of the media was "in on the request, Mad max 'film production company," it says. Nevertheless gave Kaapandas office announced the budget for filming in Namibia: 370 million Namibian dollars. "Mad Max: Fury Road" was thus "the largest ever in terms of budget and scope of employment for Namibia." According to the Ministry of Information Minister Kaapanda today will also come with actors this week. The female lead in the occupied strip Charlize Theron, the South African-born Oscar-winning actress ("Monster"). It was detected occasionally in the past weeks in Swakopmund. Likewise, various fantasy vehicles were seen on several occasions, which are used for the filming. There are unconfirmed reports that she has brought a ship about 50 vehicles (including tanks) from Australia to Namibia. Similarly unconfirmed is the information about the delay of the shooting until early 2013, although the production company had put on the first end of November.
c'est traduit du hollandais vers l'anglais, mais lorsqu'on traduit en français c'est encore plus incompréhensible...
En gros, la nouvelle c'est la rumeur, pour l'instant non confirmée, que le tournage irait donc jusqu'à début 2013 à la place de Novembre comme il était prévu du à des retards dans le tournage...
source : http://www.az.com.na...scht.156548.php
Posté 08 octobre 2012 - 20:57
Warden reflects on charge sheet against Mad Max
A charge sheet against the makers of Mad Max: Fury Road will probably still this week at a meeting of the kusbewaringsinstansie serve Nacoma. According to the Mad Max men becoming the "red zone", the most sensitive part of the duinegordel between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, to destroy.
The picture with Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy in the lead roles is still celebrated as the most expensive last week is still filmed in Namibia. Part of the bravado was an invitation to the Minister of Environment and Tourism to spot the guest of the filmmakers. Initially, representatives of the media were also invited, but a day before the invitation was withdrawn.
widest possible spectrum of coastal conservation organizations, as well as the Minister and his Deputy, has been informed about the complaint. They are not tour operators in the sensitive area to complain, but a spokesperson related to them. The recipients of the letter are well informed that the relevant operators around their case when the letter a management meeting serve Nacoma.
letter to the chairman of the Kustoerismevereniging of Namibia (CTAN), mr. Pieter van Ginkel addressed.
written piece gives one Kit Collard her version of the devastation in the dunes. Raili Hasheela behalf Nacoma acknowledged receipt of the letter. Confidence is also expressed that Tommy Collard of Tommy's Living Desert Tours arrive at Nacoma meeting will make his case on the alleged excesses of the Mad Max crew set. in the written opinion by Kit Collard is alleged Mad Max destroyed the "red zone" of the duinegordel systematically.
One place is destroyed and then moved to another place. Tour operators over the years certain routes frequently scraped to ensure that intruders to keep one set of tracks and not attract new tracks. Mad Max made of routes highways that again a few highways wide each. "The Mad Max crew ride whenever they want, wherever they want. Let them on a tour leader with tour rights in the area off, they asked him what he found there, as if he has no such law. "
According to the letter, there is no way the damage can be repaired already done it. Certain places are presented as areas recover, but the so-called restoration cause even greater damage than the initial destruction of the earth.
According to the author it often happens that the small life of the area to safer places to be moved.
"How dare the little life destroyed to make the picture as there are only a few kilometers south areas where the ecology is not so sensitive? "
Embarrassing game of hide
The months-long shooting of the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" in Swakopmund have become a farce - at least in terms of public representation. The persistent silence ensures shake of the head and skepticism.
fact that Namibia is not Hollywood, the producers have not yet understood well. While the paparazzi in the United States with photos of actors make good money, the situation in Namibia is quite different. Here the media are indeed attentive and interested, but a hunger for images for the gossip columns, and after the big money does not exist. The Namibia has shown in several film shoots and the private visit of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Filming will take place in public spaces. Therefore, it commands the decency to inform the public at a minimum. The media business is the current example is rotten, more precisely, does not exist. As a first time talk of the filming of "Mad Max: Fury Road" was mentioned, there was excitement average. The AZ has repeatedly contacted spokesman of competent companies in South Africa and the USA. To get started, press releases were promised about shooting and even a set visit. A little later but either no response or the promises were not kept. After many months, the hope of information about this movie with an on-site visit by Information Minister Joel Kaapanda has reinforced last Friday. But even that was in the end a failure, because the day before the visit, the media were unloaded.
It may be common in Hollywood that media during filming are not welcome. Here, this refusal is totally exaggerated. Had the producers inform the media once properly, the matter would be settled. But as they remain silent, growing incomprehension and frustration. The filmmakers have something to hide? Is there any truth to the allegation that the environment in the sensitive area suffers from the filming? Prevails among the creators (exaggerated) fear? Perhaps arrogance? In any case, this behavior is not a good gesture to the hosts: the Namibians.
Posté 09 octobre 2012 - 01:58
Mad Max bars media
By: ADAM HARTMAN
UNLESS the media happen to come across people, props, rumours and sets related to the film production ‘Mad Max Fury Road’ in Erongo, they have little chance to get any information about the movie; nor do they have a chance to participate in any site visits or interviews until next year.
The production’s unit publicist, Toby Gibson, told The Namibian that the producer’s policy was to keep the movie and related issues away from the press until the production has been finalised.
“It may be unfortunate for the local press seeing that this is such a huge production in your country, but our policy counts for international press too. We’ve had numerous requests for interviews, visits and comments, but we cannot say or do anything until ‘Mad Max’ is ready to be marketed,” he said.
According to him, press meetings and set visits could become a reality during “post-production”, which may only be early next year.
“Now we are all focused on just one thing: to get the movie done. Once that happens, we will open it up to support the marketing aspect thereof, and then press could have interviews with celebrities and special site visits – but until that happens, you’ll not get much from us, except a ‘no comment’,” said Gibson.
His comments were in response to an inquiry by The Namibian regarding uncertain details of an official invitation to the media from the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology to visit the film location on Friday.
The ministers of finance, environment and tourism, home affairs, trade and industry, the Erongo governor, National Planning Commission, Swakopmund mayor, MTC, Air Namibia, Telecom Namibia, NCCI, and the head of the Communication Regulatory Authority, were on the list of invitees, as well as “all media”.
But the media were informed on Tuesday that the list was apparently just a draft, and that it was in fact decided that no media would be allowed to participate in the visit.
The itinerary will start at the ‘Fury Road’ production office in Swakopmund where the delegation will meet executive producer Iain Smith.
From there, they will be transported to the location near Dune 7, where they will meet several key players in the production of the movie and have an opportunity to view the vehicles and weapons used in the film.
The visit is facilitated by the Namibia Film Commission and aims to familiarise lawmakers with the production while highlighting the film’s contribution to the economy. ‘Fury Road’ is the biggest film production in Namibia to date, according to a statement by the ministry.
There was one condition to the visit though: “No photography or personal cameras permitted on set. Cameras and personal belongings to be secured safely at the production office.”
Posté 10 octobre 2012 - 12:35
Posté 11 octobre 2012 - 21:35
Le tournage de Mad Max Fury Road accusé, encore une fois, de détruire l'environnement.
Swakopmunderin accuses the international film crew to damage the "Red Zone"
"The Mad Max people go where they want, when they want." This quote is from the kit Swakopmunderin Collard in a letter to various instances. This alleged recklessness has become a major topic of discussion at a meeting environment.
Swakopmund - The "Mad Max" film company is in the spotlight again: This time it is accused of causing the so-called "red zone" significant environmental damage in the dunes. The "Red Zone" has special landscape areas are in the Erongo and Kunene Region, who produce a high diversity of species and where many endangered species, be they plants or animals occur. "You destroy a job and then continue to the next place," says the letter, which was written earlier this month.
About the contents of the letter will be unable to express almost any receiver. From a reliable source that AZ has learned that it "should act internal letter to all stakeholders in the environment" is a. However, the letter was leaked to the media. The original letter was sent, among others, the Minister and a number of relevant persons in the Ministry of Environment, the Swakopmund Municipality, the environment and the organization Nacoma Coast Tourist Association (CTAN). Since this letter fierce accusations against the "Mad Max" film crew are made, the matter will be discussed in detail at today's meeting CMC (Coastal Management Committee).
"Mad Max is busy trying to systematically destroy the red zone in the dunes," it says. And "roads that Tommy (Collard) has marked regularly over several hours in the past few years, so people are just using a track, have become very wide highways." The "Mad Max" crew would drive around recklessly at any time and the guide and dune expert Tommy in his concession even ask what he was looking for there to be (in the dunes). Tommy Collard regularly leads tourists to the dunes "living desert" as part of the so-experience.
Kit Collard even assumes that it is impossible to eliminate the resulting environmental damage. "The environments that were rehabilitated see, looks good, but the acute rehabilitation process has done more harm," it said. Therefore, they must often relocate animals to other wilderness areas, so that they can survive. They complained that an area where there is a unique diversity of animals and plants will be destroyed for a movie. "There are so many suitable dunes further south that are not so ecologically sensitive," it said.
The film company, which in recent months on the coast of the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" turn, has made it again recently in the media. Originally, the media should be present during the couple of visits by Information Minister Joel Kaapanda - just before the deadline, the media, however, were unloaded. Kaapandas office was known but the budget for the film: 370 million Namibian dollars.
Posté 16 octobre 2012 - 14:13
Mad Max will not get his driving away from the Namib this year. The film crew will be at the middle and end of November for the December Season withdrawn, but will be back in January.
The weather is mentioned as one reason for the delay. Along the central coast and the related Namib be one of the coldest and longest winters in years. It regularly with bad weather and little sunshine combined.
The delay also creates a problem with the studio work to be done in Cape Town. Bookings for processing the footage should be made well in advance. As the times could not be met, New appointments with the studios must be made.
The workers of Mad Max: Fury Road has already let their families come over. During the weekends popular places in the inland are visited. Especially places where the Namibian wildlife can be admired, are popular. Many bookings for the Omaruru Game Reserve, Mount Etjo and Erindi.
Arrêt du tournage fin Novembre et reprise en Janvier à cause de l'hiver namibien particulièrement rude...
toujours les mêmes problèmes avec l'environnement :
Shooting of "Mad Max" in the criticism - made rehabilitation of sensitive landscape in question
The allegations against the "Mad Max" film company that the sensitive landscape is destroyed in Dorob National Park by shooting (AZ) reported, are now being investigated. At least, the Ministry of Environment on the coast of the matter will now pursue.
Swakopmund - "I want to hear the entire story," Cletius Maketo, principal conservation officer said the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) in the Erongo Region, yesterday to demand the AZ. Maketo would not comment yesterday on the situation in detail, since he had spent the whole last week in Windhoek at a workshop.
Maketo said, however, that a conservation officer with the "Mad Max" movie set to be present and to prevent such incidents of destruction. He would look into the matter personally, he only "heard" of the allegations have. An opinion in this regard has been the reigning MET Secretary Erika Akuenje and Colgar Sikopo, director of the conservation authority, not accessible yesterday.
The serious allegations against the international film company, currently at different places on the coast of the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" turns come from the kit Swakopmunderin Collard. In a recent letter stated that the company significant environmental damage in the "red zone" sideboard in the dunes. In an environment meeting the previous week, the Ministry of Environment has been accused of negligence as it was intended to prevent such destruction, AZ has learned from a reliable source.
The charge of environmental degradation, the Swakopmund Gerald Kolb proved by photographs. "Although the criticism is very important, this must be handled with care," he said yesterday in an interview with AZ. He was of the opinion that the film-shooting a lot of money, but should an environmental impact study (EIA) have been written and the Ministry of Environment to manage things better.
In July Kolb had during a desert tour in Dorob National Park photographed in close proximity to the lunar landscape of Goanikontes several car tracks. "In the area we should only use traces already deployed," he said. While the damage in the desert was clearly visible even today, he did not "act rashly." He justified this by saying that the "Mad Max" film company after the completion of filming a place completely restored to its original state and restore.
The type of environmental remediation in the desert, however, calls for piston produces skepticism and incomprehension. While the tracks were "wiped out", but then were left other traces. According to Kolb uses his film company fishing nets that are attached to the rear of a car and are then pulled through the desert, to remove any marks or furrows. "Everything that was in the way, but then gone," said Kolb, referring to small plants or animals. Although the environment although again "looks good", is the damage by rehabilitating some even more devastating - stay behind a barren landscape, so piston. "My argument is: The environmental remediation should not be used as a free ticket to ride back and forth around the area," he said.
et voila hardy pris en photo en namibie :