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Published on Nov 24, 2015
Cinematographer John Seale has been one of the best in the business for decades, and has an Oscar for “The English Patient.” At age 70, he found himself in the Namibian desert shooting one of the year’s most startling films, “Mad Max: Fury Road.” He joined Variety’s David Cohen to explain what it was like to shoot a film that had been planned for 10 years, but didn’t even have a proper script.
Producer/Writer/Host: David S. Cohen Supervising Producer: Preston Northrop Editor: Armando Aparicio Camera: Preston Northrop, Armando Aparicio