Remaking Star Wars - in 15-second Increments

Chris Higgins

Star Wars: Uncut is a web project in which 473 people each contribute 15 seconds of footage for a complete, shot-for-shot remake of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. Participants' remakes range from cartoons to Lego stop-motion, and there's even a segment using only dogs. The producers have released roughly five minutes' worth of footage, and it's a real treat -- silly and charming, with a new style every fifteen seconds. Check it out:

Star Wars Uncut "The Escape" from Casey Pugh on Vimeo.

Full credit goes to Miss Cellania, who originally linked to this on April 13th. I thought it was sufficiently nerdy to deserve its own post. Enjoy!