Battlestar Feldergarb

Okay, I can’t resist. A while back I blogged a bit about my friend Richard Livingston, an incredibly talented artist who did some work on the recent remake of Battlestar Galactica.

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away when I was a young Science Fiction fan I had great hopes for the original “Battlestar Galactica.” Star Wars had made it clear that it was possible to make good Science Fiction films. (Or space opera. Whatever.) Unfortunately the original Galactica was incredibly awful and a huge disappointment to sf fans.

So naturally when I was in film school one of the projects I created was a TV parody called “Battlestar Feldergarb.” Of course, feldergarb was the Battlestar Galactica word for ‘garbage.’ I haven’t been able to watch the video since it was made since I don’t have a working Sony 1″ black and white reel to reel video player.

(Note: if you know anywhere I can get this format transfered to DVD in Canada let me know! Back then I also recorded a recorded Jimmy Doohan interview which I would also love to transfer before the tape deteriorates.)

Decrepit models hang askew before the most pitiful star scape backdrop imaginable

So here’s a little collage of some stills from the video. Is this cool or what?


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