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    Posted on 03-28-2015 01:53 AM  Number of Views: 78 
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    Inline Image Jerick won the favorite edit of the month of January with his fanedit Anastasia: Lost Princess Of Russia

    Congratulations, Jerick (and sorry about the delay of this announcement) And thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.

    This is a cut of 1997's 'Anastasia', turning it into the quintessential Disney princess movie.

    Jerick:
    "My goals were to: Remove most of the distasteful devil worshiping elements from the movie's central villain, to give the movie a proper villain by removing excess silliness from the characters of Rasputin and his sidekick Bartok, to remove poorly conceived computer generated imagery that clashes with the beautiful hand drawn animation, and to generally redeem a film that deserves a place alongside any Disney princess collection."



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    Posted on 03-23-2015 04:11 PM  Number of Views: 153 
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    Mikedrew87 released a new fanedit The Walking Dead: Comic Edition

    A Walking Dead TV-to-Movie edit. Creating a 79 minute film from episodes 1-3 & 6 of Season One and 2 episodes from Season Two. A Black and White sketch effect has also been added to create that feel of the original comic.

    Mikedrew87:
    "I wanted to create a live action Walking Dead comic. The movie is in chronological order using the flashbacks to set up the story from the beginning. 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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    Posted on 03-20-2015 06:16 PM
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    Thought lost for many years, Orson Welles unfinished 1938 silent-comedy 'Too Much Johnson' was recently rediscovered (Yes funny title isn't it).

    The kind people at the 'National Film Preservation Foundation' have painstakingly restored all the found footage (66 mins) and added a score. They've also created a (34 min) "fanedited" version with it's own score and intertitles, which they call 'Too Much Johnson: Reimagined'.

    The best news is they've uploaded both for free in HD (720p) and made them available to download. So we can all make our own "Reimagined" versions of this lost movie .

    Check out the NFPF website and the film here.


    Posted on 03-20-2015 02:51 PM  Number of Views: 51 
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    Aspiring faneditor Maxgremlin (who also works on an Avengers Ansemble series) wants to share his love for the tv series Space: Above and Beyond.
    For those who are unfamiliar with this show, it ran on the Fox Network from 1995 to 1996. The show was canceled after it's first season and Maxgremlin wants to turn it into movies while still maintaining the connection between the characters and the audience that makes the show interesting.



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    Posted on 03-16-2015 10:23 AM

    From Spicediver:

    I'm rather chuffed that the British Film Institutes's Sight & Sound Magazine has mentioned the Dune The Alternative Edition Redux fanedit in its April 2015 cover story "Remake & Remodel: 50 intriguing alternative versions and director's cuts".

    The Blue Velvet and Fire Walk With Me fanedits are mentioned also.

    The full article is subscription-only but here's a scan of the Dune piece. Thankyou to Jarkko from Finland who spotted this and sourced me the scan.


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    Posted on 03-13-2015 09:18 PM
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    Posted on 03-06-2015 02:44 PM  Number of Views: 345 
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    Gatos released a new fanedit Crossing Mulberry Street
    This is a short edit, 43 minutes streamlined version of Mean Streets focusing on Charlie trying to balance protecting his friends and breaking into the "family" business.

    Gatos:
    "My intention with this edit was to make a more streamlined version of Mean Streets. This was originally a part of a planned project with Neglify and Dwight Fry to do a "New York Stories" compilation of shorts. This project never materialized so I decided to release my short by itself.
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    There are two instances where sound drops out when a character is talking, this is inherent to the source material and not something I tried to fix."


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