The founder of Her Universe discusses how you can create back to school supplies that celebrate the female characters of Star Wars!
An inside look at The Surprise Attack of Jabba the Puppet, the newest installment in the Origami Yoda series!
For members of the 501st and Rebel Legions, virtually every week means another opportunity somewhere in the world to put on our outfits, giving back to our local communities and helping raise donations for worthwhile causes. But it also means having FUN bringing Star Wars to life for fellow fans (and really, for ourselves, too), watching fans getting excited about interacting with their favorite Star Wars characters, and seeing the big smiles that come over everyone’s faces.
Insights on droid-building from the astromech masters!
If there’s one thing that creative collaborators can agree on, it’s that they love Chewie — especially a dancing Chewie. Enter filmmaking duo “Side of Fries” comprised of Jordan Allen and Luke Rocheleau, who got together to co-write and co-direct “A Wookiee Mistake,” a Pringles commercial infused with Star Wars influences and characters for “The Force For Fun” program. One of the lead characters is Frank: the loyal office Wookiee who is oblivious to his mistakes. After producing the commercial, I spoke with Jordan and Luke about their inspiration for creating Frank’s character and what it was like to work […]
One of my favorite activities at summer camp when I was a kid was crafting. I wasn’t remotely athletic. The camp’s pond was a muddy brown, and I didn’t like to imagine what was beneath the surface. There wasn’t horseback riding and only a few hikes so I spent as much time as possible making friendship bracelets, creating images with Perler beads, and experimenting with Shrinky Dinks. I sadly didn’t know anything about Star Wars at that age (I’m a late bloomer), otherwise I’m sure I would have been making Leia buns from yarn and paper-mache astromechs. It’s just a […]
Hey everybody, We’re Jared and Dave from Team Spaceman, and we were once kids. It was awesome being kids. Everyone should try it! When we made one of the finalist videos for the Pringles and Star Wars “The Force For Fun” contest, we briefly got a chance to return to that childhood fun. We’re definitely excited to write about our experience creating this video — and our love of Star Wars — here on this guest blog. So thanks for reading!
Stephen Sondheim’s musical Sunday in the Park with George was inspired by the concept and the painting of Georges Seurat’s pointillist masterpiece, “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.” But here I’m referring to another George — Lucas, of course — and another park, this one being built in George Lucas’ longtime hometown, San Anselmo, California.
The making of The Return of Return of the Jedi: 30 Years and Counting was a whirlwind experience to say the least. Geoff Boucher of Entertainment Weekly rang me up in early spring to inform me of his plans to celebrate Return of the Jedi with a series of special screenings on May the 4th in conjunction with Lucasfilm. He asked me if I had interest in making something that could play before the main event to honor Jedi turning 30. I desperately wanted to help out but was deep in planning on my next feature film and it didn’t […]
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