According to Susan King from the Los Angeles Times:
"The fourth edition of "Great to Be Nominated," the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' screening series honoring the film from each awards year that received the most nominations without winning best picture, blasts off Monday at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater with the 30th-anniversary screening of "Star Wars.""
"The sold-out screening will feature a post-movie discussion with Lucas as well as editor Richard Chew, visual effects wizards John Dykstra, Richard Edlund and Robert Blalack and art director Leslie Dilley."
For the full story, which includes reminiscing from Leslie Dilley, Richard Chew and Richard Edlund, click onto the Los Angeles Times' website here.
UPDATE #2: Head on over to StarWars.com for the full transcript.
UPDATE #1: Friend of TFN Kevin L. has sent us these links to follow up articles following the screening. Not only that but he was lucky enough to attend himself.
Per Kevin: "It was truly a one-night only experience!"
Panelists after the screening included: Mark Hamill Carrie Fisher George Lucas Gary Kurtz - Producer Alan Ladd Jr. - Fox exec. Ben Burtt - sound designer John Dykstra - VFX sup Richard Edlund - VFX sup/camera op. Robert Blalack - VFX/opticals Grant McCune - chief model maker Richard Chew - editor Paul Hirsch - editor Les Dilley - art director Ray West - sound re-recording mixer Don MacDougall - sound re-recording mixer
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