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    Posted on 04-04-2014 03:25 PM  Number of Views: 61 
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    Inline ImageBlueyoda finaly won the favorite edit of the month of february with his new assembly video fel @ vie

    Congratulations, Blueyoda. And thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.

    After "(fe) la vie"and "(fe) la vie 2.22" this is the third assembly video (mixing various movies and songs) where faneditor Blueyoda leads us to a journey into his twisted mind.

    Blueyoda:
    "Intention: to become famous and to make a lot of money.
    How intention was achieved: I didn't have anything better to do
    Additional Notes: Buy the t-shirt and save a puppy".









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    Watch the full edit here (password 222)




    Posted on 03-02-2014 02:23 PM  Number of Views: 110 
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    Inline Image With Doctor Who: 'Fortress of the Daleks' and 'Invasion of the Daleks', TM2YC (Take Me To Your Cinema) won the Favorite Edit Of the Month contest of January!

    Congratulations, TM2YC. And thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.

    This is the two Peter Cushing's Doctor Who movies turned into two 3-part TV serials of roughly 20 minutes an episode. They are in Black & White, are cropped shot-by-shot to a more televisual 16:9, come with new opening & closing credits.

    TM2YC:
    "They have also been edited to improve pace, break them into episodes and create cliffhangers, streamline the story, fix errors, make the tone slightly more serious and to remove the lengthy (And non-caonical) introductions and closing scenes that would be unneccesary in a regular running TV show. Lastly I've included two trailers for other "Lost" Cushing serials (voiced by dangermouse)."






    You can watch the episodes at the IFDB page on the video section.


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    Posted on 02-04-2014 01:40 PM  Number of Views: 134 
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    Inline ImageThe seventh Consecution project (how time flies when you're having fun!)COPS Consecution, won the Favorite Edit Of the Month contest of December!

    Congratulations, To all the faneditors who made a short fanedit for this project:
    Adabisi, with Lahey
    The Man Behind The Mask, with Fatal Weapon
    Matrixgrindhouse, with The Naked Gun
    Neglify, with Police Stories and A Day in the Life
    g1orkatsos, with Gordon Year One
    DominicCobb, with The Counterfeit Cop Caper
    Leeroy, wit Supercop
    and That One Guy, with The Equation of Crime

    Thanks to all the voters and special congrats to first time faneditor RollWave for his West Wing: The 25th Amendment fanedit that almost won the contest!

    The seventh Consecution project DVD contains 9 short Fan Edits focusing on cops stories. Each short Fan Edit has been created by a different Fan Editor using various movies (except Neglify, who's done 2 shorts).






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    Posted on 01-02-2014 10:07 AM  Number of Views: 909 
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    Inline Image With his new middle Earth fanedit The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Arkenstone Edition, Kerr won the Favorite Edit Of the Month contest of November!

    Congratulations, Kerr. 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 less bloated, better-paced and more character-driven introduction to Peter Jackson’s vision of Middle-earth. Most of the fat has been trimmed, while still keeping all the characters and plot points that will have some bearing on the next two films.

    Kerr:
    "I was always planning on editing PJ’s hobbit films once all three were released, but with the premiere of “The Desolation of Smaug” coming up, I figured it could be fun to release a stand-alone edit of “An Unexpected Journey” as well. Since I want this edit to fit perfectly with the next two films, this is by no means a purist cut – I’ve instead tried to improve on the story that Peter Jackson is telling. My goal has therefore been to tell the best possible story within the limitations of not cutting anything that might become important in the next two films.".





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    Posted on 12-06-2013 03:44 PM  Number of Views: 327 
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    Inline Image With his first fanedit Robots VS Kung Fu: The Matrix Grindhouse Edition, Matrixgrindhouse won the Favorite Edit Of the Month contest of October!

    Congratulations, Matrixgrindhouse. 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 "grindhoused" version of The Matrix.
    (many others sources are also used.)

    matrixgrindhouse:
    "I sought out to completely alter the movie as we know it. The presentation is now that of a mid-1980s exploitation film. The famous green tint has been removed and replaced with thick grain and print damage. The plot, character motivations, personalities, and sequence of events have been changed to tell the story in a new manner. Wherever possible, characters are made to be worse people. Everything depicted is - wherever possible - changed to be cheaper (via extensive use of behind-the-scenes footage), sleazier, darker, or simply different from the original version. The soundtrack has been almost completely replaced in favor of new music, with the emphasis on 70's synth to better suit the style and supposed time period. Continuity errors have been created where none had existed. New subplots have been added. Dialogue has been altered. I have changed everything that I possibly can change, while keeping within the context of the purpose of this Project".






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    Posted on 11-09-2013 08:15 AM  Number of Views: 765 
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    Inline Image With Star Wars: Episode I - Return of the Sith: Revisited Edition, Seciors won the Favorite Edit Of the Month contest of September!

    Congratulations, Seciors. 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 fanedit of Star Wars Episode I The Phatom Menace
    53 minutes cut.
    2 minutes added.

    Seciors:
    "“Return of the Sith: Revisited Edition” is meticulously designed to re-envision Episode I as a proper beginning to the epic six-part story of Anakin Skywalker."









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    Posted on 10-03-2013 11:31 AM  Number of Views: 706 
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    Inline Image With The Hobbit: There and Back Again, Part I, MenBailee won the Favorite Edit Of the Month contest of August!

    Congratulations, Menbailee. 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 fanedit of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
    48 minutes cut.

    MenBailee:
    "I set out to create a leaner, cleaner first part to The Hobbit. I do not demand purism relative to the book; instead, I insist on solid storytelling. Although I've cut most sequences that looked outright ridiculous, I kept Radagast and several other features that don't appear in the book or are more directed toward children, but which contribute to the story. Azog is gone, save only in an appearance as the angry orc in pursuit of Thorin & Company after the death of the Goblin King, the flashbacks are much condensed and differently placed, Frodo is gone, and we are left with a quicker and more magical return to Tolkien’s famous novel."





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