Cinematographer John Seale interviewed by Andrew Urban.
Make-up artist and designer Lesley Vanderwalt interviewed by Pamela Willis Burden.
Actor Hugh Keays-Byrne (1947–2020) interviewed by Lorna Lesley.
This story from Southern Cross News, Tasmania previews the 2015 Academy Awards, held in Hollywood on 28 February 2016.
A convoy of stunt performers outside the Sydney Opera House promote Mad Max: Fury Road ahead of its premiere.
A tribute to actor Hugh Keays-Byrne, who has passed away at age 73.
The third and fourth Mad Max movies – Beyond Thunderdome and Fury Road – were released 30 years apart.
In this edition of the web series Trailers from Hell, filmmaker Brian Trenchard-Smith reviews Mad Max: Fury Road.
This ABC News (Canberra) item from 2009 covers the announcement that a fourth Mad Max film is going into production and will be filmed in NSW.
This news item from ABC News (Darwin) reports on the 2015 BAFTA awards presented to the makers of Mad Max: Fury Road in 2016.