Galerija Drugo more, Korzo 28/1 Rijeka Croatia
Thursday September 18 2014 START: 8 PM
Thousands of Internet users remade “Star Wars: A New Hope” into a fan film, 15 seconds at a time!

In 2009, Casey was inspired to use the Internet and an ever-ready pool of passionate Star Wars fans to crowdsource the classic film Star Wars IV: A New Hope (1977). The original movie has been split in 480 scenes of 15 seconds each, and Internet users and Star Wars fans have been invited to claim a scene and to make a remake within 30 days.

Each scene could be recreated in any possible way: live action, homemade re-enactment, stop motion, lego, flipbooks, action figures, 3D animation, animated ASCII art, etc. When the collaborative process was completed, Casey Pugh and his team – which included Aaron Valdez (video editor), Bryan Pugh (sound design/mixing) and Jamie Wilkinson (video narrator) – started working on the submitted material to turn it into a full feature film, that was released online to the public in January 2012.

The Director’s Cut is a fully edited movie that will be on display at our gallery on Thursday, September 18th. Entrance is free.

At the moment, the next episode of galactic saga is being created. Follow up the news on Twitter, Facebook, Vimeo and the official website.

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