Entertainment Death of Mad Max co-director 3, George Ogilvie

00:50  07 april  2020
00:50  07 april  2020 Source:   allocine.fr

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George Ogilvie , Australian theater director and co - director of Mad Max : Beyond Thunderdome, passed away April 5 at the age of 89. A deep privilege to have known George . There is still a resonance daily in my life from the things he taught me. Ah precious Mr Ogilvie , this is a sad moment

George Ogilvie , who co - directed the 1985 action film ' Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome' with George Miller and guided Russell Crowe in his big-screen He was 89. Ogilvie died Sunday of cardiac arrest at the Braidwood Hospital in New South Wales, his niece Heather Ogilvie told The Hollywood Reporter.

Australian theater director and director George Ogilvie, known in particular for having co-directed "Mad Max beyond the dome of thunder", died at the age of 89 years old.

Mort du coréalisateur de Mad Max 3, George Ogilvie © Warner Bros. Death of the co-director of Mad Max 3, George Ogilvie

If the franchise Mad Max is obviously to be credited to George Miller , this would overshadow the contribution of his compatriot George Ogilvie , with whom he had co- directed Mad Max beyond the dome of thunder in 1985. The director, big name in the Antipodes theater, died this Sunday April 5 at the age of 89 following a cardiac arrest. Russell Crowe , who had been directed by the Australian director in his very first film, The Crossing in 1990, wished to salute "a talented teacher in the arts, theater and life", whose teachings "still resonate daily in his life" . The actor had paid tribute to him in his only achievement to date, The Promise of a Life , by entrusting him with a small role of knife sharpener.

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In this entry of the Mad Max series, set a few years after the events of The Road Warrior, Max 's nomadic travels lead him to Bartertown, which, as Mel Gibson returns in his last portrayal of the titular anti-hero. George Miller directs the action sequences with his friend George Ogilvie making his

Mad Max : Fury Road is a 2015 post-apocalyptic action film co -written, produced, and directed by George Miller. Miller collaborated with Brendan McCarthy and Nico Lathouris on the screenplay.

A gifted teacher in art, theater and life.

A deep privilege to have known George.

There is still a resonance daily in my life from the things he taught me.

Ah precious Mr Ogilvie, this is a sad moment indeed.

The Shiralee, Short Changed, The Crossing. Brilliant man. https://t.co/rYdzQt7hC6

- Russell Crowe (@russellcrowe) April 5, 2020

Actor then director, George Ogilvie was mainly illustrated in the theater before the Mad Max adventure. While producer Byron Kennedy, at work on Mad Max and Mad Max 2 and faithful collaborator of George Miller , is killed in a helicopter crash during the location of the future Mad Max 3, Miller, devastated, think for a time to abandon the project. He finally decides to complete it, in tribute to his friend, by sharing his director's seat with George Ogilvie (who had just directed Mel Gibson on the boards in Death of a traveling salesman ), with whom he had already collaborated on the series The Dismissal (1983) and Bodyline (1984). Miller will oversee the action scenes, Ogilvie the scenes with the actors, including the lost children tribe.

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Subsequently, George Ogilvie will work on a few feature films and series in Australia, without ever leaving the theater.

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