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Just stating that this will be the coolest thing IT Girl blogs about. Ever. Now that I’ve made that clear, on to the topics at hand: Star Wars and crowd sourcing.
Back in 2009, filmmakers–-and fans-–were challenged to recreate the entire movie Star Wars: A New Hope. The movie was divided into fifteen second increments. Thousands of contributors claimed a scene and got to work. And now the final stitched-together picture is complete. Stop-motion LEGOs, homemade costumes, awesome animation and all.
Thank you, creator Casey Pugh, for dreaming big. Hard work does pay off and now you have an Emmy to prove it (no joke). Watch the entire two-hour Star Wars Uncut movie or read more about the making of it at Fast Company.blog comments powered by Disqus