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Within three to four months of Lucas beginning the writing process, Chiang and his design team started a two-year process of reviewing thousands of designs for the film.
With the exception of the Gungan city, which had an art nouveau -inspired visual, these locations would be given distinctive looks with some basis in the real world.
The concept drawings of Ralph McQuarrie for the original trilogy served as the basis for Mos Espa—which was also inspired by old Tunisian hotels and buildings and had touches such as a market place to differentiate it from A New Hope ' s Mos Eisley—and Coruscant, in particular a metropolis design that became the basis for the Senate.
Chiang uses that orientation to base the droids on the Imperial soldiers, only in the same style of stylized and elongated features seen in tribal African art.
Terryl Whitlatch , who had a background on zoology and anatomy, was in charge of creature design. Many of the aliens are hybrids, combining features of real animals.
At times, entire food chains were developed, even though only a small percentage of them would appear in the film.
Whitlatch also designed detailed skeletons for the major characters and facial muscles on Jar Jar Binks as a reference for ILM's animators.
Each creature would reflect its environment; those on Naboo were more beautiful because the planet is "lush and more animal-friendly", Tatooine has rough-looking creatures "with weather-beaten leathery skin to protect them from the harsh desert elements", and Coruscant has bipedal, human-looking aliens.
The film made extensive use of the new technique of digital pre-visualization, using computers to essentially create 3-D animated storyboards.
This was done for dozens of scenes in the film but was first and primarily used in the pod race sequence.
Animatic supervisor David Dozoretz, also an ILM alum, worked on this sequence for nearly 3 years, and at one point had a 25 minute version of the race, although the film only included a 9-minute version.
Stunt coordinator Nick Gillard was recruited to create a new Jedi fighting style for the prequel trilogy. Gillard likened the lightsaber battles to a chess game "with every move being a check ".
Because of their short-range weapons, Gillard thought that the Jedi would have had to develop a fighting style that merged every swordfighting style, such as kendo and other kenjutsu styles, with other swinging techniques, such as tennis swings and tree-chopping.
While training Liam Neeson and Ewan McGregor, Gillard wrote a sequence that lasted around 60 seconds and intended to be around five or six sequences per fight.
The preference of hand-to-hand combat was intended to give a spiritual and intellectual role to the Jedi. Lucas decided to make elaborate costumes, because the film's society was more sophisticated than the one depicted in the original trilogy.
Designer Trisha Biggar and her team created over 1, costumes that were inspired by various cultures. The Jedi costumes followed the tradition from the original film;  Obi-Wan's costume was inspired by the costume that was worn by Guinness.
Lucas said he and Biggar would look at the conceptual art to "translat[e] all of these designs into cloth and fabric and materials that would actually work and not look silly".
Biggar also consulted Gillard to ensure that the costumes would accommodate action scenes, and consulted the creature department to find which fabrics "wouldn't wear too heavily" on the alien skins.
A huge wardrobe department was set up at Leavesden Film Studios to create over costumes for the main actors and 5, for the background ones.
Nute Gunray 's Thai accent was chosen after Lucas and McCallum listened to various languages to decide how the Neimoidians would speak.
After Samuel L. Jackson expressed interest in appearing in a Star Wars film, he was approached by casting director Robin Gurland to play Windu.
Lucas and McCallum were so impressed with the test tape that they gave Park the role of Maul. His voice was considered "too squeaky" and was dubbed over in post-production by Peter Serafinowicz.
Silas Carson was cast as Nute Gunray because another actor was uncomfortable with the costumes used by the Trade Federation characters, which were hot, exerted a lot of pressure on the bearer, and took about 15 minutes to apply.
Hugh Quarshie considered the part of Panaka as "a good career move" and a production that would be fun to make. As she prepared the script for her directorial debut The Virgin Suicides , Coppola heard Lucas would make a new Star Wars film and asked him if she could accompany him during filming.
Lucas offered Coppola a role in the royal entourage, which she accepted because it "seemed like a good vantage point to watch without getting in the way".
Filming began on June 26, , and ended on September 30 of that year, primarily taking place at Leavesden Film Studios in England.
Leavesden was leased for a two and a half year period so the production company could leave the sets intact and return after principal photography had been completed.
The Tunisian desert was again used for the Tatooine scenes;  Mos Espa was built outside the city of Tozeur. On the night following the third day of shooting in Tozeur, an unexpected sandstorm destroyed many of the sets and props.
The production was quickly rescheduled to allow for repairs and was able to leave Tunisia on the date originally planned. Scenes with explosions were filmed on replica sets in Leavesden.
A binder with the film's storyboards served as a reference for live-action filming, shots that would be filmed in front of a chroma key blue screen, and shots that would be composed using CGI.
The sets were often built with the parts that would be required on screen; often they were built only up to the heights of the actors.
Chroma key was extensively used for digital set extensions, backgrounds, or scenes that required cinematographer David Tattersall to seek powerful lamps to light the sets and visual effects supervisor John Knoll to develop software that would remove the blue reflection from shiny floors.
Knoll, who remained on set through most of the production, worked closely with Tatterstall to ensure that the shots were suitable to add effects later.
The cameras were fitted with data capture models to provide technical data for the CGI artists. The Phantom Menace was the final Star Wars film to be shot on 35mm film until Episode VII Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Some scenes, mostly of elements filmed by the special effects team, were shot on high definition, digital video tapes to test the performance of digital recordings, which Lucas and McCallum considered the next logical step because of the amount of digitizing—an expensive process compared to recording directly on digital media—for the compositing of computer-generated effects.
All future films would be shot using Sony CineAlta high-definition video cameras. The visual effects crew did not like the original results and crafted Fode and Beed as an entirely computer generated alien.
Editing took two years; Paul Martin Smith started the process in England and focused on dialogue-heavy scenes. Ben Burtt —who was also the film's sound editor —was responsible for action sequences under Lucas' supervision.
Non-linear editing systems played a large part in translating Lucas' vision; he constantly tweaked, revised, and reworked shots and scenes.
The final sound mix was added in March , and the following month, the film was completed after the delivery of the remaining visual effects shots.
The film saw breakthrough in computer generated effects. About 1, of the shots in The Phantom Menace have visual effects.
The scene in which toxic gas is released on the Jedi is the only sequence with no digital alteration. Until the film's production, many special effects in the film industry were achieved using miniature models, matte paintings, and on-set visual effects—although other films had made extensive use of CGI.
Knoll previewed 3, storyboards for the film; Lucas accompanied him to explain factors of the shots that would be practical and those that would be created through visual effects.
Knoll later said that on hearing the explanations of the storyboards, he did not know how to accomplish what he had seen. The result was a mixture of original techniques and the newest digital techniques to make it difficult for the viewer to guess which technique was being used.
Knoll and his visual effects team wrote new computer software, including cloth simulators to allow a realistic depiction of the digital characters' clothing, to create certain shots.
Another goal was to create computer-generated characters that could act seamlessly with live-action actors. While filming scenes with CGI characters, Lucas would block the characters using their corresponding voice actors on-set.
The voice actors were then removed and the live-action actors would perform the same scene alone.
A CGI character would later be added into the shot to complete the conversation. Lucas, who had previously confronted problems with the props used to depict R2-D2, allowed ILM and the production's British special effects department to create their own versions of the robot.
Lucas originally planned to create many of the aliens with computer graphics, but those that would be more cost-effectively realized with masks and animatronics were created by Nick Dudman's creature effects team.
These included the Neimodians, background characters in Mos Espa, the Jedi Council, and the Galactic Senate. Dudman's team was told where the creatures would be required six months before principal photography begun, and they rushed the production.
The Neimodian suits, which were originally intended as digital characters, were delivered one day before they would be required on set. Dudman traveled to Skywalker Ranch to see the original creatures that could be reused, and read the script for a breakdown of scenes with practical creatures, leaving only the more outlandish designs to be created using CGI.
To research for the podrace vehicles, the visual effects crew visited a jet aircraft junkyard outside Phoenix, Arizona and scavenged four Boeing engines.
Except for Jake Lloyd inside a hydraulically controlled cockpit and a few practical podracer models, the entire podracing scene—which the effects crew designed to be as "out of this world" as possible—is computer-generated.
As with previous Star Wars films, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace ' s score was composed and conducted by John Williams. He started composing the score in October and began recording the music with the London Voices and London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios on February 10, Williams decided to use electronic instruments such as synthesizers to enhance the sound and choral pieces to "capture the magical, mystical force that a regular orchestra might not have been able to provide", and create an atmosphere that was "more mysterious and mystical and less military" than those of the original trilogy.
The track was made into a music video. The film's soundtrack was released by Sony Classical Records on May 4, This album featured the score, which Williams restructured as a listening experience; it is not presented in film order and omits many notable cues from the film because of the space restriction of the compact disc.
The set features the entire score as it is heard in the film, including all of the edits and loops that were made for the sound mix.
Like previous Star Wars films, The Phantom Menace makes several references to historical events and films that George Lucas watched in his youth.
The Star Wars films typically mix several concepts from different mythologies together, drawing heavily from the hero's journey , an archetypical template developed by comparative mythologist Joseph Campbell.
There are many references to Christianity in the film, such as the appearance of Darth Maul, whose design draws heavily from traditional depictions of the devil , complete with red skin and horns.
However, unlike Jesus , Anakin will eventually fall from grace and seemingly fail to fulfill his destiny until the prophecy comes true in Return of the Jedi.
Japanese films such as Akira Kurosawa 's The Hidden Fortress influenced the original Star Wars film; scholars say that The Phantom Menace was likewise influenced by Korean and Japanese culture.
Film historians Geoff King and Tanya Krzywinska write, "The costume and make-up designs The gothic is most strongly apparent in Darth Maul's demonic horns and the red and black make-up mask that borrows from the facial designs found in depictions of Japanese demons".
King and Krzywinska say that "Qui-Gon's pony tail and Obi-Wan's position of apprentice further encourage a reading in terms of the Samurai tradition".
They also say "Amidala, in keeping with her status and character, has a number of highly formal outfits The Jedi practice Zen -like meditation and martial arts , as did the ancient Japanese Samurai warriors.
The name "Qui-Gon" adapts the term qigong , which refers to a Chinese discipline involving meditation and cultivation of the flow of the vital energy called " Chi" or "Qi" for healing, health, and combat.
The words Ch'i Chinese , gi Korean , ki Japanese , and the Indian term " Prana " all refer to the energy that is thought to flow through all living things, from the source of all chi or power , which is "The Way" or "The Tao " in Chinese philosophy.
In Taoist philosophy, from The Way, yin and yang —the opposing but complementary aspects of reality or nature—are born.
Unlike Chinese philosophy, in which yin and yang are not moral qualities, the ancient Persian philosophy of Zurvanism taught that the dualism of dark and light forces are locked in an eternal battle while being two sides or evolutes of the same "Force", the force of time itself Zurvan —the prime mover.
These elements derive primarily from Eastern and Iranian religions and myths. As with other Star Wars films, the themes about family and hope are featured prominently.
In the episode "Legacy" of Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian , Dave Filoni explains that the use of " Duel of the Fates " during the lightsaber duel between Darth Maul against Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi represents the fight for the fate of Anakin Skywalker.
According to Filoni, Qui-Gon Jinn acts like a father figure towards Anakin because he feels he needs one after taking him from his mother, having realized that the Jedi shouldn't be opposed to love and care.
In the end, Qui-Gon dies, and thus Anakin loses his father figure; Obi-Wan Kenobi ultimately becomes his master to honor Jinn's dying wish despite his initial contempt for him, and while he comes to eventually see him like a brother as shown in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith , he doesn't act like a father, which coupled with the Jedi's indifference, seals Anakin's fate.
The release on May 19, of the first new Star Wars film in 16 years was accompanied by a considerable amount of attention. According to The Wall Street Journal , so many workers announced plans to view the premiere that many companies closed on the opening day.
More theater lines appeared when it was announced that cinemas were not allowed to sell tickets in advance until two weeks into the release.
This was because of a fear that family theater-goers would be either unable to receive tickets or would be forced to pay higher prices for them. Instead, tickets were to be sold on a first-come-first-served basis.
Despite worries about the film being finished on time, two weeks before its theatrical release Lucasfilm moved the release date from May 21 to 19, At the ShoWest Convention, Lucas said the change was intended to give the fans a "head start" by allowing them to view it during the week and allowing families to view it during weekends.
Foreshadowing his future conversion to digital cinematography , Lucas said the film would be released on four digital projectors on June 18, The teaser trailer was released on selected screens accompanying Meet Joe Black on November 13, , and media reported that people were paying full admission at theaters to see the trailer.
Again, many fans paid full theater admission to watch the new trailer. The teaser poster , featuring Anakin with his shadow forming Darth Vader's silhouette, was released on November 10, After Lucas opted for a drawn theatrical poster, Drew Struzan , the artist responsible for the Special Edition posters, was commissioned to illustrate, and the poster was unveiled on March 11, Lucasfilm dictated that, contractually, Struzan's illustration was the only art the foreign distributors could use, and other than the text, it could not be modified in any way.
A novelization was written by Terry Brooks , who met with Lucas before writing the book and received his approval and guidance.
It includes some scenes that are not in the film and foreshadows pending developments in the following two installments of the series.
A LucasArts video game adaptation was released for the PlayStation and PC. Well before Luke Skywalker was ever in the picture, there was a Jedi Master named Qui-Gon Jinn Liam Neeson , his apprentice Obi-Wan Kenobi Ewan McGregor , and a young boy named Anakin Skywalker Jake Lloyd.
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In the game, you can jump straight into the second-tier of podracing, but there are some great drivers to unlock in these early races.
On the Amateur Podracing Circuit, you can unlock five Star Wars Racer characters by winning set races of the tournament.
Likely the first new character that you unlock in Star Wars Racer, Teemto Pagalies is a decent upgrade on most of the starting racers: the strong acceleration, repair, and cooling come in handy on winding tracks.
Aldar Beedo continues the trend of aesthetically-great podracers that are relatively weak statistically. Fud Sang is a distinctly average choice but does have a rather good-looking pod racer.
That said, the two more important factors, top speed and turning, are rather low. Mars Guo might just be one of the best podracers in Star Wars Episode I: Racer, and you can unlock the Phuii very early on.
Still, the other stats keep Guo competitive while also boasting one of the best liveries of the Racer driver roster.
Completing the Amateur Podracing Circuit puts you in great stead for beating the tracks of the next tier of podracing competition.
On the Semi-Pro Podracing Circuit, you can unlock six Star Wars Racer characters by winning set races of the tournament.
Ratts Tyerell features average, maybe a bit above average stats across the board, with the exception of acceleration, which is debilitatingly low on any track loaded with turns.
Wan Sandage is one of the best choices for racers who are finding it tricky to navigate the tracks of Star Wars Racer. The lofty traction and air brake coupled with the decent turning and acceleration is very useful for adapting to the podracing.
While the steady acceleration allows you to have better control over the speed, it takes some getting used to pumping the brakes earlier when approaching tight turns.
The Galactic Podracing Circuit spells the end of what is effectively the story mode of Star Wars Episode I: Racer, with its seven races marking a significant step-up from the tournaments that have come before.
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