The video speaks for itself, really. A multimedia glitch project that uses the 1977 film Star Wars as a canvas. Simply brilliant.
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deletionpedia entry: Mikrosopht (born Benjamin Raymond Kelley 1981 in Corvallis, OR) is an American electronic musician residing in Medford, MA. He is also the creator and writer of the e-zine Enooze and the founder of the net label Godxiliary, which has featured collaborative releases with Yoshi, Serocell, Michl Britsch, Nullsleep, Plasticflesh, Minusbaby, Futureboots, and Scanner among others.
Mikrosopht has been writing and performing since 1999. His discography features dozens of releases, with styles ranging from cut & paste, glitch, ambient, and Drum and Bass. Mikrosopht tends to rely heavily on sampling and audio collaging in his work. Many of his songs also feature field recordings.
Via Blogtor Who: Included on the upcoming 7 Disc DVD set The Revisitation Box is footage of Paul McGann’s audition for the role of The Doctor – pictured here. During the audition, McGann acted out a scene that didn’t make it to the final version of The Movie (1996) – featuring mentions of the Scrolls of Rassilon and the Doctor’s father…
Individual cover sleeves for all three Revisitation DVDs (Talons of Weng Chiang, Caves of Androzani and the TV Movie) in the 1st set are here.
All three stories have been released previously, the Revisitation editions will include additional extra material and is scheduled for a 4th of October street date in the UK. This will mark the first time that the TV Movie has been released in the United States (release date pending). The adventure has been detained due to legal issues.
While the TV Movie is in essence a failed experiment, it is worth watching for Paul McGann’s portrayal of the Doctor alone. Also, the newly designed TARDIS interior is still the best version I have ever seen (goofy robot bats withstanding).