Long-lost George Lucas “Star Wars” Film

Posted on March 11, 2014 at 11:00 am

Esquire has a fascinating story about a short film called “Black Angel,”  “created to accompany The Empire Strikes Back in theaters. It was the directorial debut of Star Wars‘ pioneering set decorator Roger Christian and a special request by the big man himself, George Lucas…Found and now digitally restored, Black Angel is soon to be released for the world to see. It has nothing to do with Star Wars characters, but its making-of story commands a comfortable seat in the large history of the galaxy far, far away.”  It has now been restored, and Christian hopes to make it available via iTunes.

Anyone remember seeing this?

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