It’s actually a music video for Jeremy’s song, which is also pretty good. The 2-minute video retells the original Star Wars trilogy thanks to papercraft technology, not just Star Wars IV: A New Hope, but Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi as well.
The papercraft animation was painstakingly made by hand, and shot frame-by-frame. It’s a beautifully told short animation that Star Wars fans everywhere will love. Personal faves include the wampa, AT-AT and AT-ST, as well as seeing Yoda go flying on Dagoba.