Star Wars

The star wars theme was written purposely on the same key as the 20th Century Fox fanfare (that used to appear before the movie started) so that there will be a continuous feeling and a smooth entry to the film for the viewers.

Why Disney Should Add Fox’s Fanfare Back to ‘Star Wars’ Here’s a magic trick. I can make you hear something just by reading four words: 20th Century Fox fanfare. If you’ve seen a movie in your lifetime, chances are your head is now filled with snare drums, timpani and orchestral horns. There’s also a fair …

The star wars theme was written purposely on the same key as the 20th Century Fox fanfare (that used to appear before the movie started) so that there will be a continuous feeling and a smooth entry to the film for the viewers. Read More »

Meet Team Negative One. A group of Star Wars fans that scanned their own 35mm negatives and digitally restored the movie to it’s pre-Special Edition glory.

Team Negative One: the Star Wars George Lucas doesn’t want you to see Earlier this year, one of the most ambitious film restoration projects ever attempted was finally unveiled to the public. After acquiring a well-preserved 35mm print of Star Wars in 2008, a fan known only as Mr Black recruited a number of collaborators …

Meet Team Negative One. A group of Star Wars fans that scanned their own 35mm negatives and digitally restored the movie to it’s pre-Special Edition glory. Read More »