STAR WARS FAN
1997, 10 minutes
Directed by: Kevin Rubio
Troops is a hilarious
spoof of the television program Cops, that is set in the
Star Wars Universe. A camera crew accompanies Imperial Troopers
on the beat.
TARANTINO'S STAR WARS
1998, 3.17 minutes
Directed by: Evan Mather
This film answers the question
that has plagued movie fans for years: what would Star Wars
have looked like if Quentin Tarantino had directed it using action
figures and a Macintosh computer?
TATOOINE OR BUST
Directed by: Jason Wishnow
Tatooine or Bust
offers a look at the gravity and comedy of the Star Wars
phenomenon through interviews with people standing in line for the
premiere of the Star Wars re-release.in five different locations:
Hollywood (Mann Chinese), San Francisco (UA Coronet), New York (Ziegfeld),
Inner City LA (the Magic Johnson Theater) and at a shopping mall
theater in Danvers, Massachusetts.
GEORGE LUCAS IN LOVE
1999, 9 minutes
Directed by: Joe Nussbaum
Young George Lucas has writer's
block. If he doesn't finish his screenplay in three days, he won't
graduate from USC Film School. What he doesn't realize is that his
story is all around him. His stoner roommate obsessed with "the
force," his evil neighbor with Vader-esque asthma, and his diminutive
professor with a habit of talking backwards all fail to spark his
script. Then he meets a beauty with hair buns, and everything changes.
2000, 1.36 minutes
Directed by: Ceri Llewellyn
What if a Japanese film
company had decided to remake Star Wars on a budget using
the noble art of folded paper? Origami fighters, cardboard gun emplacements...This
film is the result of such a question.