If more Indiana Jones is what you crave, then look no further than artist Patrick Schoenmaker, whose animated film The Adventures of Indiana Jones will be coming to a web browser near you soon.
Schoenmaker is a little different from other fan film creators: his interest in bringing the project to life was apparently touched off when Lucasfilm tapped him to come up with a totally official print envisioning the world of Dr. Jones in animated form.
The result, Escaping the Tomb, can be seen below (via Slashfilm).
"Indiana Jones must have been my first true movie hero ever since I watched Raiders of the Lost Ark on a VCR way back when. Yes, some other heroes came and went, but Indy always held a special place," Schoenmaker wrote of the project above. "After Crystal Skull was released, my love for the character was once again fully ignited and with no new movies on the horizon back then, I decided to set up an Indiana Jones project of my own to keep the fire burning a little bit longer. So, that was back in 2011 and 'a little bit longer' turned into five years of hard work. The end of the project is finally in sight."
Currently, Schoenmaker's website shows a September 29 release date for the project.
"There you have it, September 29th is the official release date for my animated Indiana Jones project, so whip out your calenders and mark the date!" Schoenmaker wrote. "Just a little disclaimer though, please don't expect a full feature film, or even a 20-minute episode. Animation is a lot of work and there's only so much you can accomplish with a small team of 1 and a handfull of assistants. Think more like something along the lines of a fully-animated proof of concept."
After years in limbo, a fifth Indiana Jones movie is currently in development with an eye toward a July 19, 2019 release.