Drax Luthor

is creating Film and Star Wars related videos

0

patrons

$0

per month

 Welcome! 

On my YouTube channel, you can find some interesting short chronology re-edits of films that are originally played out of order, like Pulp Fiction or Reservoir Dogs.

I've also made an epic 6-minute trailer for Star Wars - Episode VII: The Force Awakens, using all the available footage released in teasers, trailers, and TV spots. The force was strong back then...

My occasional uploading brought my channel to a standstill, so now I’ve decided to revitalize it by creating more content, focusing on film analysis and critique. Feeling that I've got a lot to say on the subject, I'll start off by analyzing the storytelling in the recent Star Wars films.

With not much free time available for this hobby of mine, I think that releasing one video every two months would be a good start.


Who are you? 

I'm just someone who's in love with the film.

Screenwriting? Directing? Editing? LOOOVE IT!

I love it so much that I cut 'n' slice the sh1t out of my favorite films, rearrange them Frankenstein-style, and serve them to you, for your viewing pleasure and feedback. This way I get to soak in many of the intricacies involved with the filmmaking process, as well as to learn some editing tricks along the way.

I also love video games, Star Wars, LEGO bricks, kitbashing plastic models, drawing graffiti, snowboarding and listening to a bunch of different music.


 How it all started? 

In December 2013, I was preparing to film a one-minute chronological remake of Pulp Fiction, in order to submit it to an international ultra-short film contest. This process yielded a 13-minute chronology re-edit of Pulp Fiction, which I’ve uploaded to my channel. I did this just so I can share my vision with a couple of friends who agreed to help me make it. I never thought it could reach over 600,000 views and receive a ton of positive feedback.

In the following years, I went on to do the same with Reservoir Dogs and Memento, with much approval of my viewers. In this period I also made a 28-minute version of the original Blade Runner, focusing on the actual story of this beautiful film.

Unfortunately, my Memento and Blade Runner videos got immediately blocked worldwide by YouTube for copyright claims. I’m currently finishing the Dunkirk chronology re-edit, but I guess this one will be DOA as well.


 What's the $$$ for? 

There are numerous ways I could use Patreon donations, so here they are, sorted by priority:

1. Hosting for my blocked videos => Since YT blocks my chronology re-edits, I have to find a place where I can keep them safe, which will almost definitely involve some monthly or yearly costs

2. Equipment upgrades => More powerful PC for faster editing, better recording equipment, software licenses, reliable backup system, etc.

3. Life expenses => If my hobby becomes something my family can feel a benefit from, that will allow me to spend some more time creating the content for my channel.

4. Renting a studio => Even by covering the basic expenses (rent and bills), this would be an enormous step, as it would provide for a dedicated place for my video production, allowing me to fully concentrate on the task at hand.

5. Optimizing the studio => Improving the existing studio into an optimized working space will definitely allow for creativity to flow, yielding some more quality content.

6. A salary? => Perhaps someday the patron donations will reach an amount that will allow me to switch from my day job and dive into this full-time, while being able to support my family at the same time.

7. Hire people => With additional pair(s) of hands the production process would significantly speed up, allowing for more and (hopefully) better content.

I’m shooting big here, but in reality, reaching $20 would be an incredible achievement! Until then, each dollar will be a sign I’m moving in a good direction.
Tiers
Film Buffs
$1 or more per month
My fellow Film Buffs get to see all the  copyright-blocked videos from my YouTube channel, such as Memento, Blade Runner and Dunkirk re-edits.
Goals
$0 of $16 per month
This will cover the Vimeo Plus monthly license, allowing me to share all the copyright-blocked videos from my YouTube channel.
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 Welcome! 

On my YouTube channel, you can find some interesting short chronology re-edits of films that are originally played out of order, like Pulp Fiction or Reservoir Dogs.

I've also made an epic 6-minute trailer for Star Wars - Episode VII: The Force Awakens, using all the available footage released in teasers, trailers, and TV spots. The force was strong back then...

My occasional uploading brought my channel to a standstill, so now I’ve decided to revitalize it by creating more content, focusing on film analysis and critique. Feeling that I've got a lot to say on the subject, I'll start off by analyzing the storytelling in the recent Star Wars films.

With not much free time available for this hobby of mine, I think that releasing one video every two months would be a good start.


Who are you? 

I'm just someone who's in love with the film.

Screenwriting? Directing? Editing? LOOOVE IT!

I love it so much that I cut 'n' slice the sh1t out of my favorite films, rearrange them Frankenstein-style, and serve them to you, for your viewing pleasure and feedback. This way I get to soak in many of the intricacies involved with the filmmaking process, as well as to learn some editing tricks along the way.

I also love video games, Star Wars, LEGO bricks, kitbashing plastic models, drawing graffiti, snowboarding and listening to a bunch of different music.


 How it all started? 

In December 2013, I was preparing to film a one-minute chronological remake of Pulp Fiction, in order to submit it to an international ultra-short film contest. This process yielded a 13-minute chronology re-edit of Pulp Fiction, which I’ve uploaded to my channel. I did this just so I can share my vision with a couple of friends who agreed to help me make it. I never thought it could reach over 600,000 views and receive a ton of positive feedback.

In the following years, I went on to do the same with Reservoir Dogs and Memento, with much approval of my viewers. In this period I also made a 28-minute version of the original Blade Runner, focusing on the actual story of this beautiful film.

Unfortunately, my Memento and Blade Runner videos got immediately blocked worldwide by YouTube for copyright claims. I’m currently finishing the Dunkirk chronology re-edit, but I guess this one will be DOA as well.


 What's the $$$ for? 

There are numerous ways I could use Patreon donations, so here they are, sorted by priority:

1. Hosting for my blocked videos => Since YT blocks my chronology re-edits, I have to find a place where I can keep them safe, which will almost definitely involve some monthly or yearly costs

2. Equipment upgrades => More powerful PC for faster editing, better recording equipment, software licenses, reliable backup system, etc.

3. Life expenses => If my hobby becomes something my family can feel a benefit from, that will allow me to spend some more time creating the content for my channel.

4. Renting a studio => Even by covering the basic expenses (rent and bills), this would be an enormous step, as it would provide for a dedicated place for my video production, allowing me to fully concentrate on the task at hand.

5. Optimizing the studio => Improving the existing studio into an optimized working space will definitely allow for creativity to flow, yielding some more quality content.

6. A salary? => Perhaps someday the patron donations will reach an amount that will allow me to switch from my day job and dive into this full-time, while being able to support my family at the same time.

7. Hire people => With additional pair(s) of hands the production process would significantly speed up, allowing for more and (hopefully) better content.

I’m shooting big here, but in reality, reaching $20 would be an incredible achievement! Until then, each dollar will be a sign I’m moving in a good direction.

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Tiers
Film Buffs
$1 or more per month
My fellow Film Buffs get to see all the  copyright-blocked videos from my YouTube channel, such as Memento, Blade Runner and Dunkirk re-edits.