David Berry worked at George Lucas' special effects studio, Industrial Light & Magic, in the mid-1970s, when the now-legendary group brought Star Wars to life. He filmed everyday life around the ILM workshop, capturing special effects shot setups, model-making, and parking lot waterslide shenanigans. Now he's released a 10-minute video of the days of ILM before Skywalker Ranch and everything else. It's a sweet, fun look at the people who literally built the world of Star Wars out of paint cans and plastic molds. Check it out on Berry's Vimeo page.
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