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.
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.
"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."
Congratulations, TM2YC (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 'The Motion Picture' that attempts to get a little closer to the excitement and pacing of the Original-Series and the five Original-Crew films that followed it.
"I was never gonna be able to pull a thrilling 'Wrath of Khan' style adventure out of this thing, my intension was simply to bring it as close as I could to the spirit of the rest of the franchise. Still the same cerebral journey but at Warp-Speed instead of just Impulse-Power.
This cut is meant to be a "Fanfix" by a Star Trek fan who didn't love the source film but I hope longterm 'Motion Picture Fans' will still enjoy this alternate take."
Aztek463 won the favorite edit of the month of november with his fanedit 300: Earth and Water
Congratulations, Aztek463 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 mixing the two 300 movies in a war epic that revels in absurd action and doesn't forget to have fun.
"As soon as '300: Rise of an Empire' was announced to take place before, during, and after the original 300, a fanedit was inevitable. Combining the two films was like putting together a big puzzle that was covered in blood and sweat. "
The eighth consecution project features a whopping total of 14 short fanedits, spread across two-discs (a first for these consecutions). Come join us as we travel through space and time...
The fanedit community wanted to see some time travelling action, so we got to work and recut our favorite time travel themed movies. The goal was to have fun and entertain the audience.
Watch all the short edits on the IFDB page, at "video".
List of short edits:
Time's Adder by TM2YC - Chasing Moonlight by Adabisi - Bill & Ted's Tubular Adventure by wayne.workman2012 - Father Time by njvc - Run Marty Run by blueyoda - pinkface by Neglify - The New Adventures of Captain America by Rogue-theX - Visions of the Past by jswert123456 - Under The Terminator's Skin by DominicCobb - Future Shock by matrixgrindhouse - Future Perfect by Adabisi
Bonus edits: I, Zathras by TM2YC - Time Waits For No One by TM2YC - Just In Time by DMPD
Ranger613 won the favorite edit of the month of September with his fanedit The Hobbit: Into the Fire
This is the "version 2" of his firs fanedit The Hobbit Fire of the Dragon, that also wn the favorite edit of the month in June.
Congratulations, Ranger613 And thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.
This is as close as Desolation comes to being a 'book' cut of Tolkien's the Hobbit.
"This cut has none of the zany dwarven antics of previous cuts and is strongly faithful to the novel (if you overlook Legolas, and Bard being a bargeman). It is different enough from previous versions that I felt comfortable giving it its own release-- 'Dragon' is 120 min (41 min cut) , Into the Fire is 98 min (63 min cut). This is a version I hope fans of the novel will enjoy, and is in many ways a better movie than "Dragon", narrative-wise."
NJVC has won the 'favorite edit of the month' for August, with his fanedit The Dark Knight Saga Recut Part III. Congratulations, NJVC and thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.
This edit aims to strip down the finale of Nolan's trilogy to its core, emphasising the stronger aspects of the story and hopefully offering a more emotionally satisfying conclusion to Batman's story as a whole.
The Dark Knight Rises has some of the strongest elements of the trilogy, but is ultimately weighed down by its bloated running time, illogical narrative (especially in the 3rd act), jokey one-liners, and arguably, the failure to stick the landing in the film's final moments.
This series of three edits intends to streamline Nolan's Batman films, keeping the tone consistent throughout and emphasizing the strongest elements of the series.
Ranger613 has won his second 'favorite edit of the month' in a row, this time for the month of July with his fanedit Blade Runner: Tears in the Rain. Big Congratulations, Ranger613, and thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.
"Tears in the Rain" is a vastly different version of the film, which serves as an alternate look at Ridley Scott's masterpiece, not an extension of the original. It focuses more on the Replicants and their quest to meet their maker. Rick Deckard is presented as a competent determined hunter and killer (unlike the relatively insecure counterpart in the original), in many ways an antagonist-- this is a world where Replicants are outlawed and killed on identification. They attack only when cornered, but mean no harm to humans. Not unless they can help it... This film is presented in high contrast black and white to accentuate the noir feel of the original. Trimmed down and fast paced, I hope this edit will intrigue, excite and entice fans of the original and new viewers alike.
"Blade Runner is one of (if not) my favorite films. I created this edit to give myself and other fans a new way of experiencing the material. This is not an improvement over the original, nor a slightly different version like the "Director's" or "Workprint" edition to the "Final Cut". I wanted a reorganized, unique and novel way of watching this classic, and with this edit I think I have achieved that. I also wanted to see how the film would look in black and white, and feel the noir atmosphere really comes across well in black and white. I provided a sample clip below."
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