Black and the rest of Team Negative1 took a more intensive process than usual. Why didn't you do Empire Strikes Back right after Star Wars? A 1977 print is not gonna hack it -- there's just not enough black detail there. To watch the Silver Screen Edition is to be transported back to 1977. Our next door neighbors is a house full of Blue Man Group performers. I was sure I heard back in the day that they got a soundalike in to record it, but I did some Googling and found this interview with Ben Burtt - turns out I was wrong. On top of that, they made the decision not to solicit donations from fans. Star Wars: Episode 9 is expected to reach theaters in 2019, followed by the third Star Wars Anthology film in 2020.
The result feels like the instruments are crossing through the viewer. There have been a few quibbles with the audio on A New Hope, however. Their painstaking efforts resulted in what they appropriately call The Silver Screen Edition. We're not going to let that happen. We were counting the reals and all looking for the cigarette burns. Even George Lucas himself sometimes had issues remembering how the color and brightness level should be. The little extras in the space dogfights were really fun.
I feel like I'll do my own cut, using the blu-ray as a base, but taking out a few of the things I don't like, while keeping the things I do. Instead, an intermediary print called an internegative — essentially, a duplicate of the final, color-corrected negative — would be used to strike the release prints that ended up in theaters. I want to bring that level of performance evolution to film. It will take some time to download these! It was in remarkably good condition. They would be combined by projecting all the images at once onto a new piece of film, a process that often allowed additional dirt, dust and hairs to be baked into the film, softened the image, and added additional layers of grain.
Not 100% no, but pretty close. Are you doing Empire next? It's a little grainy at times very noticeable on Tatooine , and the colors almost feel too washed out although it's probably a bit better than the weird color correction in the Blu-Rays. They're 'out there' in the wild. From the team of editors: The picture is going to look soft? It also plays well in. When they strike a couple of thousand prints, they're all over the place in terms of consistency, and that was the real world of lab prints for 80-90 years.
It's such a shame that the originals have been purposely hidden away from people. They have also acquired Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Now I physically hate all the Star Wars edits with a passion- but with that quote- I get it. So most of the Audio tracks are Laserdisc sourced. The group has also been hard at work restoring both The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, and are expecting to have both out by the end of the year. He had gone back to his films and updated them with new and altered scenes, as well as then state-of-the-art computer generated effects. I studied English teaching at the pedagogical faculty in Pilsen.
Both versions are really cool for different reasons but what's best is they're the original versions, before George Lucas went back and cgi changed a bunch of things. Lucasfilm that the original negatives of Star Wars were permanently altered for the special edition releases, making restoration next to impossible. Which is cool because you can watch the original version but have the colors and definition a little more like what our eyes are used to seeing these days. A little background on this: A user called Negative1 was able to acquire a very well preserved 35mm print from someone online. So, it was made to celebrate the films, to re-release them in theaters, to create new effects, and to make a fuck ton of money. I know I would donate. Yes having that damn floaty robot and big Jawa beast in the background of every shot was too much.
Together, those things killed any interest I might later have had in seeing any of the subsequent re-interpretations of the film. For more comparisons visit the. That track was included with the Silver Screen Edition. Why tamper with a classic? If it had been released in 1997 as a novelty item and made available separately from the original, that would've been fine. He claims the restoration was finished in 2015, though because of his proximity to the film industry, he has no plans of releasing it.
And it's just the first step for Team Negative1. I own the blu rays and the silver screen version is far superior. So yes - please do consider donating. How Are the Bonus Features? The video quality looks extremely good, there are some controversial changes I don't like such as Hayden Christensen appearing at the end of Return of the Jedi, but it's worth buying if you are a huge fan of Star Wars. Picture bootleg tapes passed around by band superfans, the basement tapes before The Basement Tapes became an official Dylan release.