'Star Wars: Uncut' Lets Fans Recreate an Epic Movie

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Oct 15, 2009 • References: starwarsuncut & springwise
If there was a part in Star Wars you didn’t particularly enjoy, you can now change it to your liking by logging onto Star Wars: Uncut. The site allows Star Wars fans to recreate specific parts of the epic movie (up to three of the 1,313 fifteen-second clips that comprise the full movie can be remade).

Users of Star Wars: Uncut have 30 days to film and upload their segment, after which their slot will be offered to another user. Whether your submission is a live action scene or one using only puppets, it can be viewed on the Star Wars: Uncut site simultaneously next to the original. 

Springwise explains the reason for the crowdsourced clips:

Eventually, the site’s administrator—Casey Pugh, a Vimeo staff member—will stitch all of the pieces together, letting the project reach its ultimate goal of recreating the the entire movie.
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