"The Mars Underground" Updated Edition/Director's Cut Leading aerospace engineer and Mars Society President Dr. Robert Zubrin has a dream. He wants to get humans to the planet Mars in the next ten years. Now, with the advent of a revolutionary plan, Mars Direct, Zubrin shows how we can use present day technology and natural resources on Mars to make human settlement possible. But can he win over the skeptics at NASA and the wider world? The Mars Underground is a landmark documentary that follows Zubrin and his team as they try to bring this incredible dream to life. Through spellbinding animation, the film takes us on a daring first journey to the Red Planet and envisions a future Mars teeming with life and terraformed into a blue world. A must-see experience for anyone concerned for our global future and the triumph of the human spirit. "This film captures the spirit of Mars pioneers who refuse to let their dreams be put on hold by a slumbering space program. Their passionate urge to walk the soil of an alien world is infectious and inspirational. This film is the manifesto of the new space revolution." James Cameron - Director of "Avatar" Please subscribe to Blue Mars Channel and new Mars Videos will be coming soon. SHOW YOUR SUPPORT! for our great content by clicking on the Fan Funding button on the BLUE MARS Channel page. We've got a special "Thank You" video. The Original Soundtrack is available on iTunes: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fitunes.apple.com%2Fus%2Falbum%2Fmar&redir_token=-mKVxCj1vbjtgZnEVo0kq5HGXX98MTUxNzk2NTgzNUAxNTE3ODc5NDM1&v=tcTZvNLL0-w&event=video_description
"The Weight of Forgiveness" is a very original Italian short film. Although it refers to the universe of Star Wars using lightsabers, it has plenty of symbolic references and has a narrative autonomy that makes this movie readable and interpretable under different points of view -psychological, religious, pacifist, ecologists-. The movie is full of realistic fights, actually more fought than acted -they are not choreographies, but real duels fought according to formalized combat styles-, by two of the major Italian experts of the Lightsaber’s Discipline, Eugenio Di Fraia and Andrea Iannini. They are also the directors, authors and special-effects editors of the movie. The Weight of forgiveness has been chosen by Cinema Arcadia di Melzo -one of the biggest and most technological advanced movie theatre all over the world- has one of the support events -from 16th to 20th December 2015- of the launch of latest SW’s episode “The Force Awakens
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Star Wars fan film: A Jedi crash lands on a barren planet and is pursued by a mysterious Sith who seems to know him. Directed by: Jason Satterlund Cinematography by: Federico Verardi Produced by: Alyssa Roehrenbeck & Deborah Smith Storyboards by: AJ Juson Starring: Aris Juson (http://www.imdb.me/arisjuson)
Star Wars version of Japanese anime, it gives Tie Fighter, a very successful short film directed by Paul Johnson. . Paul Johnson spent four years working on an animated version of Star Wars. The stunning result is a short film titled seven minutes Tie Fighter. The mini-movie is inspired by the video Tie Fighter game released in 1994 and published by LucasArts. Johnson has revisited the world of space combat and adapt them to the style of Japanese cartoons of the 80 explosions, red and green lasers, and even stromtroopers R2D2, everything is there. There is no dialogue, just the Zak Rahman guitar solos that punctuate perfectly the images. Everything is shown from the perspective of the Empire and its drivers which is shown for both the face and which are made of this humanized.
Unofficial Star Wars short film, not intended to compete with or undermine any existing or forthcoming material. Learn more at https://www.starwarsdarklegacy.com/ Starring Erin Wu, Fabien Garcia, Dave Thomas Written and directed by Anthony Pietromonaco Story by Anthony Pietromonaco and Alex Chinnici Producer: Chadd Dorak Co-Producer: Marco De Molina Co-Produced by We Make Movies Associate producer: Joel Hebner Cinematographer: Alex Chinnici 2nd unit DP: Christopher Hamilton Assistant Camera: Matt DiGregorio Camera Operator: Jorge Olortegui Gaffer: Denny Kukahiko Key Grip: Edwin Cude Grip: Edgar Gomez Makeup and Special Effects: Mo Meinhart Original sculptures: Jaremy Aiello 3d Effects: Patryk Kizny Original costumes: Hannah Athena Lawton Action Design: Philip Tan Fight Choreography: Z Team Films Composer: Michael Meinhart Color: Matthew Macar Additional compositing: James Fienno Sound Design: Unbridled Sound Language and PR: Robinton Hobbs Grip and Lighting: Quixote Stages provided by: True Vision Entertainment and The Arsenal Film and Creative Concept art and storyboards: Mavartworx Lightsabers by: Saberforge and Ultrasabers Cameras provided by: The Camera Division Special Thanks: Jeff Arnone, AJ Crankshaw, Aleks Kocev, Charlie Glackin, Matt Eskew, Andre Bolourchi, Cheryl Mcintyre, Sean Mcintyre, Patt McIntyre, Charlie Barajas, James Fierro, Brent Kiser, Beau Mccombs, Eric Dow, Tanner White, Jenny Burpee, Sayaka Pereira, Mike Lehr, Savannah Hall, Sean Higby, Scott Hernandez, Dave Daneshforooz, Zach Block, Machi Block, Laurent Goldstein, Ben Enlker, Jake Ross, Jen Panzenko, Lohan Buson, Tayler Arnone, Natasha Kermani, Dax Kimbrough, Whit Spurgeon