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Hey everyone, my name is Kyle.
I’m a VFX Supervisor
(https://youtu.be/l7e6L_gCw08)
I’m a big fan of fan edits/restorations and was told to come here,
and that my talents my of be used to some here.
Really interested in whomever is working on any kind of Open Matte Jurassic Park project.

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hello,
I only recently became aware of fan editing through harmys and adywans editions. I had no idea how big of a hobby its become. I wanted to become a member here to learn more about it and Im really excited to see all these new projects. I hope to share my own too (although many have already made the same changes I would have!).

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Hello, I’m Troc. I’m an indie filmmaker and a restoration&enhancement enthusiast. Much of the work here impresses me and maybe I could also add some of my knowledge to the grand total here.

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Hello there. Been lingering around quite a bit here, a lots of cool stuff. What I’m mainly interested in is the theatrical cuts of the original trilogy, that we don’t really, officially get. Some of the restoration projects you folks here take up is amazing. Lots of cool fan edits, too, Adywan’s ones being my favourite of 'em. I wish they were official, as well as 4kXX projects. These are the best versions currently available for us the look at (I do admit I like, even love, the blue-tinted timing of Empire, but SW '77 is real faulty). Others like Harmy are great too. And talking about some little bits no one notices. Plus, I love Star Wars in general, so it’s a good place to talk about some stuff I want to talk about, ain’t it?

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Hey all!

My name is Bob, and though I’m not a big Star Wars fan, I have found this community to be rather nice, and I enjoy working on, and watching, fan edits of all sorts. I also have a great appreciation for those that put so much effort into preserving the original Star Wars trilogy, and fan edits in general. I have randomly come across this site in my journeys a number of times, for a wide variety of reasons, and now I’ve decided to join the gang.

The main reason for that is that I just finished a massive fan edit project (a chronological version of the TV show “Lost”, though different than ones currently out there), which I’ll talk all about in a separate post of it’s own, in the proper section of the site. This community seemed like the perfect place to talk about (and hopefully share) that.

Beyond that, I really enjoy video & audio editing in general, and will probably work on many more fan edit projects in the future, and really enjoy discussing things of that nature as well.

Good times!

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Hi everyone, I’m Daniel and I’m a fan of SW since I was a child. I really hope I can manage to find here a good forum to preserve the spirit and the legacy of what SW had meant and still means to me for the future generations, my kids included.

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Hello there, I am AspiringCreator. I’ve been a Star Wars fan since the early 2000s when I first watched the Original Trilogy on VHS (The copies that featured at the beginning a brief interview of George Lucas by Leonard Maltin.) and since then I have been in love with this series through thick and thin from the Prequels through the Sequels.

Mainly I joined because I was motivated by the fan-edit The Rise of Skywalker: Resurgent. I was never a big fan-edit guy before this but when it came to this movie I was willing to seek out the edits wherever I could. I was always aware of this site before then but my experience mostly was through the movie The People vs. George Lucas which should tell you generally how I initially came to view it. Thankfully I grew out of that mindset and am just a person who loves Star Wars and would love to share my love with others.

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Hello there fellows:

My name is Juan David Castiblanco and I’m from Colombia. Nice to meet everyone. I got a rare favor to ask you. Please you can talk with me. Greetings.

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Moin moin from Germany!
Not sure what to say about myself, but feel free to ask me anything.
I never had the chance to see any of the Original Star Wars Movies, thanks to certain People who don’t have any respect for their own work.
Would love to get the chance to see what my father saw back then.

Have a wondferfull Day everyone!

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Hi everyone.

I first Star Wars (ANH) in 1984, aged 6 or 7, on VHS. I saw TESB & ROTJ over the next year and watched the OT countless times throughout my childhood. In 1986 my dad took me to see IV-VI back-to-back at the Prince Charles Cinema in London.
As an only child I entertained myself with figures and vehicles acting out scenes as well as making up additional ones.
Was buzzing with anticipation in the lead-up to the TFM but felt it wasn’t quite what I’d hoped for. AOTC was better but still not great. I approached ROTS thinking that this what I’d been waiting almost 2 decades for so I’d forgive the previous 2 once I got the “turn” explanation on screen.
I have to say that it didn’t meet my expectations. I rewatched the PT a few times in the hope that I had judged it too harshly. I felt I’d been fair and accepted it as GL’s story but feel it suffered from his falling out with former colleagues who should have directed, written screenplays, etc.
Anyway, they’ve grown on me since.
I never understood those who went OTT and abused George. They are not worth saying anymore about.
Finally, on the Disney ST…eesh!
I hate them and don’t consider them as part of my headcanon.

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Hello. Been an idling fan of Star Wars for awhile now. Of course not as much as I used to way back in the day. Honestly been a greater fan of Star Trek.
Carry on.

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Hello! I’ve been raised around different kinds of sci-fi media since a very, very young age by way of my mother, and I’ve always had an appreciation for stories that take place in the sky. Despite this, I somehow haven’t watched Star Wars until fairly recently - I was more of a Space Battleship Yamato and Legend of the Galactic Heroes fan, and by the time I was born (nevermind old enough to understand or appreciate the movies), the special editions had become pretty much the only available official copies. I had zero interest in the special editions due to my own beliefs on changing art after the fact, so for many years, I just figured it wasn’t for me.

I recently made the decision to check out at least the original trilogy during quarantine, after the urging of several friends and a bout of curiosity sparked by, of all things, some scans of rather amusingly bad teen magazine articles on Mark Hamill. I was directed here from a search for the original versions, and found myself fascinated by both the discussion here and all the ongoing efforts to preserve the series as it originally existed.

So here I am!

Let a thousand stars shine 'til we all burn out!