Star Wars

Uncut (video)

by John Lindstedt

21 April 2010

 

After decades of special editions and CGI prequels, the good folks over at Star Wars: Uncut had a solution to all that. They uploaded the entire movie in 15-second clips, and any aspiring film maker could claim that clip and produce a lo-fi version of that scene. The site will then compile the clips and recreate the movie in it’s entirety. It should be kind of amazing. Check out the preview below.

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