GalaxyOnline.com has teamed up with Atom Films, one of the Web’s top film, animation and entertainment sites, to bring the neophyte Lucas offering “THX 1138: The Electronic Labrynth” to computer screens eveywhere.
Science fiction and film buffs alike know that “Electronic Labrynth” marked the directorial debut of then-fledgling filmmaker George Lucas. The short is a 15-minute story chronicling a man’s frenzied attempts to escape a nightmarish world where technology watches his every move.
Prior to this agreement, “Electronic Labrynth” was only broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel. Beginning [ September 1st, 2000 ] , GalaxyOnline.com will house the fabled short for 2 months, along with other Atom Films selections. Visit the sites at [ Atom Films ] and [ www.Galaxy Online. ]
Posted on August 28, 2000 in News by Film Threat Staff
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