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Faneditor gets Message From Scorsese
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http://theplaylist.net/check-martin-scor...-20160610/
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#2
very noss of scorsese to respond; seems as though he got a genuine kick out of it.

i enjoyed the video. thought the editor did a great job of pulling together a lot of thematic and/or visual parallels. i would have aimed to crop the black bars that were in some scenes and not others, and wouldn't have capitalized a seemingly random word at the end. still, noss work.

thanks for posting, jswert1thru6.
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#3
This is a cool story for sure, but the thread title is misleading. In my opinion the editors making supercut videos aren't necessarily faneditors.
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(06-12-2016, 02:37 AM)jswert123456 Wrote: http://theplaylist.net/check-martin-scor...-20160610/

Thank you, jswert123456, for publishing and sharing!  Congratulations to the editor!
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(06-12-2016, 12:19 PM)Neglify Wrote: This is a cool story for sure, but the thread title is misleading. In my opinion the editors making supercut videos aren't necessarily faneditors.

I'm glad you added "in my opinion" because I wasn't aware there was an agreed upon definition for a "faneditor."
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#6
a faneditor could be defined as anyone who takes previous existing pieces of film to create and tell a new story.
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(06-15-2016, 07:50 AM)jswert123456 Wrote: a faneditor could be defined as anyone who takes previous existing pieces of film to create and tell a new story.

"could be"
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#8
I agree with you, jswert123456, a faneditor I believe to be anyone who manages to tell a different story using one or more pieces of art, using different sources and resources, ultimately making a new piece of art.
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#9
Faneditor or not, the fact that Scorsese even gave the video any recognition at all. With this and the other fanedit getting an official release, I am very excited to see what becomes of us.
Finished:
-Jumper fanedit: http://ifdb.fanedit.org/jumper-recut/

Work-in-Progress:
-Star Wars PT edit: http://www.fanedit.org/forums/showthread...s-Prequels
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