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    What are FanEdits, and why make them? FanEdits are an artform where someone takes a video source/sources and rearranges them with video editing software to create either a modified, or even radically new version of a movie.

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    Posted on 05-18-2015 05:28 PM  Number of Views: 65 
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    overclock has released his first fanedit: 'Episode V: The Overclock Edition'.

    A 32 minute music-only edit of The Empire Strikes Back. The story is the same but from a more vader-centric perspective. Many details and all dialogue have been removed. The original music score was arranged for thrash metal trio 'The Overclock Orchestra' and then recorded for this "music video".

    Overclock's original thrash metal soundtrack for this edit is available to purchase from Bandcamp here.

    overclock:
    "I Always loved the John Williams music and wanted to record it with heavy guitars and drums. Also wanted to learn more about editing video. We recorded all the music and I included about a minute of studio b-roll during the credits."

    Enter the forum discussion.





    Posted on 05-18-2015 05:19 PM  Number of Views: 59 
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    mredthefed has released his first fanedit: 'Heavy Star Wars: Episode I'.

    This is 'The Phantom Menace' with the music replaced with the likes of ZZ Top, Cream, Beck and Talking Heads. Think 1981 cult animated classic 'Heavy Metal'.


    mredthefed:
    "My intention was to make a Star Wars movie a bit more easier to watch, especially if you are not a fan. I started with Episode III on a whim, and I am now going back to hopefully create "Heavy" versions of all the movies."


    Enter the forum discussion.



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    Posted on 05-10-2015 02:06 AM  Number of Views: 178 
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    StreetsAhead has released his first fanedit: 'Man of Steel: The Speeding Bullet Cut'.

    'The Speeding Bullet Cut' streamlines 'Man of Steel', removing a lot of the flashbacks, and excludes 99% of the initial scenes on Krypton, while also minimising some of the destruction shown in the original.

    StreetsAhead:
    "I found the opening on Krypton really didn't offer anything interesting, and just helped to bog down the film. It's very long, and is largely just a series of exposition dumps. I also hoped to increase the pace, minimising the stuff that just wasn't interesting, or didn't make sense to me, as well as not giving too much time to scenes that most people already know about (Superman's origin, etc), and hoped that focusing in on the present day story would make for a more interesting & focused film."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 05-09-2015 02:08 PM  Number of Views: 138 
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    FatherMerrin has released a new Fanedit 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again: The Editor's Edition'.

    This is the 2nd and final part in a Hobbit fanedit duology. If you're looking for the Orcs, Radagast, the love story and the council to be removed, this isnt the edit for you. But if you're looking for a toned down version of the films, this is the edit for you.

    FatherMerrin:
    "After scraping the idea of returning the original movie back to the structure Guillermo Del Toro had planned, I've carried on where I left off in the first edit with the focus very much on getting to Smaug as soon as possible and making the battle leaner."

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    Posted on 05-04-2015 03:13 PM  Number of Views: 775 
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    maxgremlin has released his first fanedit: 'Avengers Assemble: Part 1'.

    'Avengers Assemble' will put all of the Marvel Phase One films into one cohesive timeline spread out of over six parts. This series will showcase the connectivity between films. This is Part 1, combining 'Iron Man', 'The Incredible Hulk' and 'Captain America: The First Avenger'.

    maxgremlin:
    "The intent is not to fix or correct the films (although I admit there are a few fixes with regard to Iron Man 2) but to create a new viewing experience that serves as a prelude leading up to the first Avengers movie."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 04-27-2015 03:55 PM  Number of Views: 987 
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    Lolwut0 has released his first fanedit: 'Antinatalism'.

    This short edit reshapes Terrence Malick's 'The Tree Of Life' around a speech about the philosophy of "Antinatalism".

    Lolwut0:
    "What is life? Is it desireable? Is imposing life moral? These are questions that are being explored in this short documentary. It starts with the beginning of the universe and ends in our modern times. It explores how life functions, what it's tools are and how it applies to humans."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 04-27-2015 03:36 PM  Number of Views: 964 
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    Mikedrew87 has released 2 new versions of 'The Walking Dead: Comic Edition'.

    So there are four ways to watch this fanedit: With a B&W comic-effect, a Color comic-effect version and now the option to watch it in the original color live-action, or in B&W. So experience this however you want!

    Mikedrew87:
    "This edit is about Rick Grimes trying to find his wife and son. This is an edited down feature-length film from episodes 1-3 & 6 Season One and 2 episodes from Season Two. The movie is in chronological order using the flashbacks to set up the story from the beginning. I wanted to create a live action Walking Dead comic. This edit isn't about the whole show, it is about a man that is looking for his wife and son."

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