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GALAXY'S END: REVENGE OF THE MYTH

Now that the Star Wars big-screen saga has run its course, the question on every fan’s mind is: what happens now? The new documentary, Galaxy’s End: Revenge of the Myth, a feature-length documentary from producer/director Jeff Cioletti, explores that and many other uncertainties in a post-Star Wars world. The film will premiere at New York Comic-Con at the Jacob Javits Center on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 9 p.m.

“Seven years ago, fans were giddy with anticipation for the Prequel trilogy, but now that there aren’t any new theatrical films to look forward to, the mood is considerably more somber,” notes Cioletti. “And it didn’t help that Episodes I to III didn’t live up to some fans’ unrealistically high expectations. Whether you loved the prequels or hated them, Galaxy’s End: Revenge of the Myth hopefully will offer a little closure at the end of an era.”

The Star Wars universe is familiar territory for Cioletti. His first documentary, Millennium’s End: The Fandom Menace chronicled fans’ anticipation for Star Wars Episode I during the two years leading up to its release. It’s only fitting that his new film should cover the aftermath. Many of the same personalities from Millennium's End: The Fandom Menace return to offer their analyses on the prequel trilogy, the state of fandom and the uncertainty of the years that lie ahead.

“The two films are sort of bookends for the Prequel era,” Cioletti explains.

Additionally, Cioletti co-wrote, co-directed and co-produced the award-winning Star Wars parody trilogy, Silent But Deadly with collaborator Lou Tambone. The first film in the trilogy screened at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.



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» The Silent But Deadly Series
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