I wasn't aware of this, but CBS did an interview with George Lucas at Skywalker Ranch that aired today: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50142204n The interview mostly focuses on his intent to construct an art museum in the Bay Area and the thousands of pieces of artwork he has in his own collection. Lucas also states he will continue working on those "smaller, personal" films. Two questions that came to my mind while watching this: -What is the land ownership of Skywalker Ranch? It is an immense property, and I know that Lucasfilm purchased various parcels of land throughout the course of several decades, but did they remain legally George Lucas'? That is, does Disney own any parts of Skywalker Ranch? Most of the Lucasfilm divisions were moved to the Presidio some years ago, but I think Lucasfilm Animation might still be located on one the facilities on the Ranch. I'm just curious; I mean, from the looks of it, Lucas still seems to control the main portion of the Ranch. -If Lucas ever does get around to making those "smaller, personal" films, how will he produce them? Will he use Lucasfilm? American Zoetrope? Or just release independently, if he chooses to release them at all? I'm glad to see he seems content and I think it's great he's still involving himself with the arts and the public.