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    Posted on 07-08-2012 09:37 AM  Number of Views: 3161 
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    Inline ImageCracked.com has a new piece up entitled 6 Pieces of Fan Art That Are Better Than The Original. #6 talks about Adywan's Star Wars: Revisited. Follow the link for the complete list.

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    Posted on 03-20-2012 05:14 PM  Number of Views: 1784 
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    Legion is a fanedit of The Exorcist III made by Spicediver in March 2011.

    On Sunday March 25, in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, this exellent fanedit is screening at the Mad Monster Party movie convention.

    Introduced by one of the film's stars Brad Dourif with a Q&A session afterwards about the film's controversial production.

    Don't miss it if you're around!

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    Posted on 03-12-2012 04:20 PM  Number of Views: 955 
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    The UK production company SUPERGOOBER has a nice questions & answers article with faneditor The Man Behind The Mask.
    It all started last year when they saw his two "grindhouse" versions of Star Wars and Jaws and got hooked by the fanediting movement.
    The Man Behind The Mask wants to thank Chris for making this happen.
    It's nice to see that the interest for this art form is growing strong!

    You can read the interview HERE.
    (the videos could appear out of sync if you're on PC)

    And don't forget to watch the amazing work done by supergoober's directors!

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    Posted on 03-07-2012 09:52 PM  Number of Views: 5237 
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    Inline Image The A.V. Club reports actor Topher Grace (That 70's Show, Traffic, Spiderman 3) has edited the prequel trilogy into a 85 minute film. Star Wars III.5: The Editor Strikes Back manages to tell a complete and moving story about the rise and fall of Anakin Skywalker according to /Film writer Peter Sciretta.

    More can be found at the A.V. Club and at /Film.

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    Posted on 02-28-2012 01:36 AM  Number of Views: 2339 
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    Inline Image Our very own Blueyoda has gone viral. His highly regarded Biggest Car Chase Evar clip was discovered by the internets today and in a media cycle hungry for the freshest and most interesting things possible for our ADD culture, it didn't take long for it to start getting reposted like wildfire.

    The big jump seems to have started with Jalopnik finding it and posting, then from there it has started popping up all over, including MSN and has started springing up on various forums and blogs across the intertubes.

    Perhaps the most interesting compliment of them all; "It's the biggest, baddest, most Michael Baygasmic car chase... in the world. Ever." from Jalopnik.

    Congratulations Blueyoda, you've hit the big-time... (until they get fascinated with a video about squirrels riding skis.)

    Re-watch the amazing chase below.

    UPDATE: The video has crossed the 100,000 views mark. Go Blue!

    Posted on 02-21-2012 02:51 PM  Number of Views: 1158 
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    Jamie Benning, aka Jambe Davdar to the Fanedit community, has announced his newest Filmumentary, and it's got teeth.

    The follow up to his lauded Filmumentaries on Star Wars and Raiders of the Lost Ark will be devoted to another Summer Blockbuster, the one that started Summer Blockbusters, Jaws.

    From Jambe's website:
    Today marks the first proper day of research, planning and pre-production on my new Jaws Filmumentary. The title is yet to be set, but I quite like “Inside Jaws, A Filmumentary”.

    Tonight I am chatting on Skype with Jaws collector extraordinaire Jim Bellar. There is much to talk about the hugely documented movie. I want to make sure there is something new and exciting that I can do with a Jaws filmumentary. Its all a little daunting at this stage.

    I am simultaneously reading Matt Taylor and Jim Bellar’s book “Memories from Martha’s Vineyard”, Carl Gottlieb’s “The Jaws Log” and three different versions of the script. This morning I logged the 50 minute version of “The Making of Jaws” on the anniversary DVD.

    James B, who did animations on “Raiding the Lost Ark” is back on board too. Hopefully this will come together nicely!
    What would you like to see in a Jambe Filmumentary on Jaws?
    Posted on 02-14-2012 07:53 AM  Number of Views: 592 
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    Inline Image That's right, you can listen to Jambe Davdar talking about his newest "Filmumentary" Raiding the Lost Ark, as well as older Fanedits, on NPR. ADigitalMan was lucky enough to catch it live, but you can still listen to it here.

    And if you still haven't seen it (what the hell is wrong with you?), you can watch Jamie's latest opus, Raiding the Lost Ark right here.

    Join this forum discussion here.

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