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.