More than 450 DIY movie makers participated in reenacting Star Wars by creating their own versions of 15-second slices of the film that have been spliced back together as Star Wars Uncut, making it the largest crowd-sourced film effort of all time. Fast Company fills us in on the details:
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Casey Pugh, who has worked at Boxee and Vimeo, sliced the film Star Wars into 15-second segments and asked fans and filmmakers to reproduce the scenes in their own style. Hundreds of people responded, and the film, named Star Wars Uncut, has been re-edited back into a feature-length film.
The just-released preview shows everything from Lego stop-motion lightsaber fights to bow-tie fighters. I can’t wait to watch the whole thing. Read more over on Fast Company.