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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 01-02-2013 05:38 PM  Number of Views: 663 
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    Inline Image Welcome our newest Moderator, Dwight Fry! As you can see from this actual photo of Dwight, he's quite thrilled to join the crew.

    Dwight will be a great addition to our staff, and I hope you can all welcome him with open arms.



    Posted on 11-12-2012 09:44 AM  Number of Views: 1079 
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    Longtime contributor to the FE.org community, Dwight Fry releases his first fanedit: Batman: Descent into Mystery! This is 1989 Batman minus the Bruce Wayne-Vicki Vale romance subplot, and closer in tone and facts to the original comic books.

    From Dwight Fry:
    "I've always considered that the romance between Bruce Wayne as depicted in this movie (a reclusive, asocial, insecure-acting creep) and Vicki Vale, babe reporter, to be completely unbelievable and a result of Hollywood forcing a love story into every single movie. Also, the whole character of Vicki is nothing more than a rather annoying damsel in distress shrieking her way into Joker's traps only to get Batman to save her. This edit cuts back the character and removes the romance to center in the stories of Batman and Joker. Along the way, pointless deviations from the source have been fixed."

    Swing into the Forum Discussion.

    Posted on 11-09-2012 10:34 PM  Number of Views: 494 
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    BionicBob Nears Completion on his Planet Of The Apes Fanedit

    BionicBob reports that his highly anticipated fanedit, "Saga of the Apes" should be ready in the next couple of weeks. To tide you over he released a trailer:




    A Tale of Two Faneditors

    emanswfan has been working on a fanedit of the movie "Courageous" and recently told us something surprising:

    Quote Originally Posted by emanswfan
    I'm extremely happy to announce that this edit has been viewed and very much approved by the Kendrick brothers, the very creators of the film! They say looking back they understand what was done wrong and how this edit has helped to figure out how to prevent these errors it in future productions.
    Read the whole story here.

    Well done to you sir, that's pretty damn awesome.

    (News credit: emanswfan)

    These are fantastic stories that put fanedits in a new perspective.




    Posted on 11-06-2012 11:30 PM  Number of Views: 374 
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    The Fanedit Community has spoken! Here are the nominees for the Fourth Annual Fanedit Awards.

    Best Cover Artist

    AvP
    g1orkatsos
    reave
    Rogue-theX
    Uncanny Antman

    Best TV-To-Movie Edit

    Emerald City: An Oz Fanedit by Gatos
    LOST: The Mini-Series Part 1 by DriggyDriggs
    Northwest Passage: A Twin Peaks Fanedit by Q2
    Smallville Destiny by LastSurvivor
    Walking Dead Apocalypse by g1orkatsos

    Best Extended Edition

    Dreamgirls - The Broadway Edition by Wraith
    Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part 1 NSP'd by nightstalkerpoet
    Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Extended Edition by Sportsman

    Best Fanedit By A New Editor

    Attack of the Clones: The Super 8 Cut by Rogue-theX
    L.A. Confidential Recut by Neglify
    Matrix Revolutions: The Epic Edition by geminigod
    Raiders of the Lost Skull by njvc
    Smallville Destiny by LastSurvivor
    Watchmen: Midnight by Flixcapacitor
    The Wolfman Super 8 Collection by Rogue-theX

    Best New Editor

    Gatos
    LastSurvivor
    Neglify
    Rogue-theX
    TV's Frink

    Faneditor Of The Year

    blueyoda
    CBB
    L8wrtr
    LastSurvivor
    Q2
    Rogue-theX
    TMBTM

    Fanedit Of The Year

    Alien-Ate by TMBTM
    Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze - Detarnished! by Slark
    L.A. Confidential Recut by Neglify
    Northwest Passage: A Twin Peaks Fanedit by Q2
    Smallville Destiny by LastSurvivor
    The Ugly West by TMBTM & CBB
    The Wolfman Super 8 Collection by Rogue-theX


    The winners will be announced in December. Check your local listings.



    Posted on 11-05-2012 08:32 PM  Number of Views: 519 
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    This past week 2 different websites showed some love to the world of fanediting.

    Jaws 3D Blog Reviews LastSurvivor's Jaws III Monster

    Inline Image Romain Christmann runs a blog dedicated to Jaws 3D (!) and he recently sat down to watch LastSurvivor's Jaws III Monster fanedit. You can read his review here (SPOILERS!). (The site is in French but can be translated to English by clicking the UK flag at the top of the site.)

    Romain: "Thank you for this item which proves once again that Jaws 3D continues almost 30 years later to inspire people to the 4 corners of the world. So thank you to James for his work and his passion for convincing me to be less critical of the concept of Fanediting!"

    If you've seen LastSurvivor's "Making Of" documentary on his Jaws III Monster edit you'll be familiar with the website already. If you haven't, check out the plethora of information Romain has collected pertaining to Jaws 3D.

    (News Credit: LastSurvivor)


    Spanish Film Magazine Writes About The World of Fanediting

    Inline Image Filmeweb wrote an article about the world of fanediting and name dropped Adabisi and CBB, along with mentioning a few other edits.

    You can read the Spanish article here and the English tranlastion here (via Google translation).

    The article specifically talks about Adabisi's "Reservoir Dogs: The Black & White Edition", CBB's "The Matrix DeZIONized" and mentions fanedits of The X-Files ("X-Files - Exordium" by Throwgncpr), LOST ("LOST: The Miniseries" by DriggyDriggs), The Walking Dead ("Walking Dead Apocalypse" by g1orkatsos), The Wizard of Oz ("Wizard of Oz Special Extended Edition" by ADigitalMan) and goes on to mention that there are various fanedits of Superman movies, Batman movies and X-Men movies.

    Oh, and what franchise did not get mentioned? Not one word about the fanedits created for those movies?

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    Star Wars. Let that one sink in for a minute.

    (News Credit: Adabisi) Inline Image
    Posted on 10-04-2012 12:24 PM  Number of Views: 384 
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    It's time for another public poll to determine who gets to take home the gold!

    Head on over the the Poll and vote for the Best Fanedit by a New Editor!

    This poll will only be up for a week, so get there fast and make your votes count!
    Posted on 09-16-2012 11:48 PM  Number of Views: 528 
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    Yup. We still love 'em. Go see for yourself why.




    Post in this article and let everyone know why you love OT.com
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