Tag Archives: Hardware Wars

Fan Cinema Today To Close

FAN CINEMA TODAY is calling it a day. Since its debut in January, 2007, FCT has presented the latest news in the emerging international fan film community. Many—including myself—doubted that the site would even generate one story a week, but most of the time, it featured a new post every weekday, providing news, analysis, criticism, [...]

5 Must-See Short Star Wars Fan Films

This is the first in a series of articles, each one covering five “must-see” fan films. After all, there’s so many flicks out there—how do you find the good stuff? Try these! Some are classics, others are just cool, but either way, you’ll be entertained. This time out, we cover some of the shorter, classic [...]

The Entire Fan Film World in 4 Minutes!

Ever try to explain what a fan film is to someone? Ever watch them fall asleep in the process? Have I got a video for you! Few people can describe fan films in a way that’s entertaining; one outfit that recently got it right, however, is Australian radio station Triple J, whose Marc Fennell hosts [...]

Fan Film Forefather Fosselius–Live!

It seems like only yesterday that FCT mentioned erstwhile Ernie Fosselius, director of George Lucas’ all-time favorite Star Wars parody, Hardware Wars, talking about how he has one of the wildest stories in my fan film book, Homemade Hollywood. In fact, it was yesterday; we must have been picking up some telepathy ions in the [...]

Star Wars fan film event outside New York City

I’m hosting a free mini-Star Wars fan film festival, so if you love fan productions and you live in Westchester, c’mon down! MAY THE FAN FILM BE WITH YOU Wednesday, May 7, 7:30PM – 9:00PM Croton Free Library 171 Cleveland Drive, Croton-on-Hudson, NY * 914-271-6612 May The Fan Film Be With You will show and [...]

Homemade Hollywood Fan Film Book Underway!

JUNE, 2007 UPDATE: Writing this book is a slow, painstaking process that is driving me crazy, and I love every minute of it. With the first month of work officially done, I’ve written about 9,000 words or so; when you add that to the 14,000 I’d already written prior to signing the deal, it’s a [...]

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