If you're a fan of the original Star Wars, then you'll love Star Wars Uncut: The Director's Cut. No, this isn't a new version from George Lucas. Star Wars Uncut was created by fans around the globe, as part of a massive crowd-sourcing project developed by Casey Pugh.
In 2009, Pugh began the project by cutting the original Star Wars into 15 second clips. Fans could claim a clip and then re-film it any way they wanted - live action, animation, or even puppets. Pugh then stitched the thousands of submissions back to together into a full-length movie. The first iteration won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media in 2010.
The full version of the film, Star Wars Uncut: Director's Cut, was just released and it is a brilliant remake of the original. The constant switching of scenes is a little frenetic. But if you're a fan, the clever, ironic and often hilarious interpretations of Lucas' characters and script make it well worth while.
You can learn more about the making of the film and find out how you can participate in future films at Starwarsuncut.com. Watch the full version of Star Wars Uncut below.