In on of this week’s videos gone viral, a bunch of people re-created a Mad Max chase sequence using GoKarts, a truck, a paintball gun, and some sort of mini clown car version of Max’s Interceptor, and they do it quite awesomely.
The short looks to be heavily inspired by George Miller’s recent hit Mad Max: Fury Road, and it clearly is, but in fact the video was actually sponsored by Warner Brothers Games in anticipation of the release of the upcoming Mad Max video game that’s set to be released on September 1st.
You can see the short along with a behind the scenes video below.
All Mad Max GoKarts were made by Seth Jones and Andy Sims. With help from several others.
This video could not have happened without all my amazing friends who spent two days camping on location, and so much was sacrificed by so many people to make this happen, so many I can’t even begin to list.
Film by Devin Graham using the RED Dragon, filmed in 6k, exported out to 4K compressed for YouTube.
Cinematography by: Devin Graham, Dakota Walbeck, Nick Sales
The main video was filmed with the Red Dragon in 6K.
Aerial Photography by Dakota Walbeck using the Inspire One:
We got our drone in the link below:
Costumes by Allison Dredge and Zan Campbell! These two are awesome!
Follow Allison here: https://www.facebook.com/allisondredg… and follow her on Instagram @allisondredgecostumes
Follow Zan on Instagram @fellandfair
Stunt team was the CBR Stunt team. Based in Utah, they are awesome! Follow them down below in the link: https://www.youtube.com/CBRstuntteam
Head Makeup Artist: Tara Starling
Music by the amazing Stephen Anderson, you can license his music here:
Sound design by my friend Dan Pugsley. This guy is amazing!
Colored by Jacob Schwarz
Behind the Scenes Filmed and Edited by Tyson Henderson using Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
This was filmed in Green River Utah.
SUPER thanks to our friends at http://www.jenkstars.com for letting us use their amazing location!