Famous Films Reworked For New Experiences
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Three Movies. One Experience. About Time.
With Front to Back to the Future, all three films from the famed Back to the Future trilogy have been cut into a single experience and edited for content and time, slicing a full hour out of the runtime.
Created in an attempt to fully embrace the singular narrative nature of the trilogy, this remix offers a chance to discover how the overall story flows as a single (though abbreviated) story.
A special roadshow cut has also been assembled, with overture and intermission, which comes in at exactly five hours.
Could legendary directors Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick be mashed up for an entire film? Wes Anderson's 2001: A Space Odyssey explores this question.
Playing with the visuals in Kubrick’s masterwork and taking music cues from Anderson's scores, a new experience emerges, showcasing a quicker pace (two-and-a-half hour film is cut down to an hour-and-twenty-minutes) and a vibrant showcase of such musicians as The Beach Boys, Cat Stevens, The Kinks, and Nick Drake.
Click to watch a clip from the remix.
Combining the James Bond 007 films Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, a single narrative begins to emerge, showcasing the journey of Britain's most deadly secret agent as he falls for and then loses the only love he's ever known.
By editing the films down for time and shifting scenes to better capture Bond's emotional arch, new clarity if hopefully brought, even though the film's styles are distinct from one another.
This cut also reshapes the Casino opening credits to Bond legend Shirley Bassey's rejected Quantum theme, No Good About Goodbye. This is the embedded clip.