Star Wars Day is here.
Even with The rise of Skywalker Deep in our rearview mirror, the epic saga is going nowhere. Patty Jenkins already has announced Rogue Squadron for Christmas 2023 and The Mandalorian was on Disney + Answering questions Fans have had since then New Hope.
With Star Wars Day, we’ve put together a collection of our favorite stories for you to delve into and learn a few things you may not already know about the iconic franchise.
Let’s jump into hyperspace.
If you haven’t heard by now, George Lucas will return to war of stars Design episodes of Andor. Speaking of which, here is a lesson Lucas wants to share with every filmmaker. Would you like to learn more about the war of stars that could have been with Leia and Darth Maul? Jump over here. And here’s an interesting peek into why 20th Century Fox thought Star Wars was going to fail.
Read the scripts
Take a trip into the world of war of stars by downloading some of the original scripts below. Or, jump to this link to find out what leaked Colin Trevorrow Star Wars: Episode IX Screenplay says about the film industry.
Ever wonder how a franchise likes war of stars even started? No film school has this answer either.
How about understanding the seven basic questions every script should answer and how Last Jedi three of them answered? Go over here.
Speaking of scriptwriting … Did you know that No Film School has a free e-book on the subject? Get your copy here.
You can learn a lot from other filmmakers’ techniques. And that’s exactly why there is no film school. It is a place where filmmakers learn each other and “no film school” is required.
Do you want to recreate the look of T.The rise of Skywalker or find out how the sound design affected the original film? Check out some of your favorites as well war of stars Movies were made below.
Some of the most memorable sounds and visual effects in filmmaking come from the war of stars Franchise. If you just think about it, you can probably hum the notes to the opening title sequence of John Williams’ unwavering content Result.
The visual effects have come a long way since the original film, masterfully fusing miniature sets, matte painting, and handcrafted creatures controlled by puppeteers. Many of the techniques used in the first film continued to be used in the sequels, but with refined techniques and new technology. Would you like to know how part of it was created?
Check the links below.
Bonus: The Mandalorian
The Mandalorian is a huge success that not only wins Emmys but also pushes the boundaries of virtual production. Find out how the show was made on the jumps below.
Do you have a favorite? war of stars Film or moment? Tell us about it in the comments below.