Alex Lindsay, founder of
dvGarage, the QuickTime-only site dedicated to “building the next generation of visual media artists, has a new interview on theforce.net (one of the largest fan sites for Star Wars) in which he talks about, among other things, using Macs in the movie.
Lindsay was a member of the secret “Rebel Mac Unit” of George Lucas’ Industrial Light & Magic. dvGarage’s chief vision officer has worked on such films as “Star Trek: Generations” and “Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace.”
interview is a QuickTime movie. It’s 9.5 minutes and a 31.6MB file.