See Mad Max On The Big Screen -- With The Original Cast!

If you're in Sydney, you will not want to miss this screening of George Miller's Australian classic

by | February 4, 2010 | Comments

It’s the film that changed the landscape of Australian cinema, put director George Miller on the map and made Mel Gibson a star. It is, of course, Mad Max, and here’s a very rare chance to see an original print on the big screen — complete with a live Q&A with original cast members.

To open the Australian Film festival this coming February 24, Popcorn Taxi are hosting a screening of the dystopian classic at Sydney’s Randwick Ritz cinema. After the screening cast members Steve Bisley (‘Goose’), Hugh Keays-Byrne (‘Toecutter’), Tim Burns (‘Johnny the Boy’), Roger Ward (‘Fifi’), Paul Johnstone (‘Cundalini’) and stunt-man extraordinaire Grant Page will participate in a live Q&A on the movie. Plus, we’re told that ‘special guests’ will be involved. Hmmm… wonder who they may be?

This is sure to sell out faster than a V8 Interceptor charging down a dusty highway, so to get a ticket head over to Popcorn Taxi’s website.

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