Winner of the 2015 Best Visual Effects Star Wars Fan Film Award. Darth Revan and his Sith general Meetra Surik, hunt down a monster that threatens the reclaimed Sith Empire.
The following film is a work of Non-Canon fan fiction. It is inspired by the alternate Dark Side Ending storyline as seen at the end of Knights of the Old Republic. Everything including plots from Knights of the Old Republic II: Sith Lords has been rewritten to accommodate this alternate universe. This film is based off of characters from the “Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic” games.
The Sable Corsair was the recipient of the “Audience Choice” award for the 2016 STAR WARS Fan Film Awards held in London,UK for the 2016 STAR WARS CELEBRATION. Judges of the film included J.J. Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy, Rouge One: A Star Wars Story’s director Gareth Edwards, executive producer John Knoll of Industrial Light & Magic, and co-producer John Swartz.
With bounties on their heads in every system and The Empire in constant pursuit, the crew of The Sable Corsair are among the most elusive smugglers in the galaxy. During a mission to deliver weapons and supplies to a Rebel base on Galidraan IV, the ship encounters a huge Imperial blockade. During the fight, The Corsair’s navigation systems are badly damaged, leaving the ship floating helplessly in space. CAPTAIN ZAC ARRAN, in a desperate attempt to save his crew, makes the jump to hyperspace… but with the navigation systems gone, the ship is flying blind. They emerge in an uncharted system and the damaged vessel crashes on a desolate, seemingly uninhabited planet…
DIRECTORS: Nick Finch & Jeffrey Henderson
WRITERS: Nick Finch & Jeffrey Henderson
Victory may lead to disaster when X-Wing pilots disable a star destroyer sending the ship towards a nearby planet.
UnBoxed Films presents, TK-436: A Stormtrooper Story, the gritty tale of a loyal Imperial Stormtrooper who is forced to confront his past in the heat of an epic battle. Directors Samtubia & Samgoma Edwards imagined it from a perspective that is seldom explored within the Star Wars universe.
Winner of the 2016 Filmmaker Select Award at Star Wars Celebration Europe. It was chosen by a panel of judges that included Rouge One: A Star Wars Story’s director Gareth Edwards, executive producer John Knoll of Industrial Light & Magic, and co-producer John Swartz.
“Jakku: First Wave” is a Star Wars fan film centered around three Imperial Stormtroopers right before the battle of Jakku.
Star Wars: Relics, The Amulet of Urlon is the first look into an epic Star Wars Saga never before seen.
A relic hunter finds himself en route to a desolate planet in search of an amulet rumored to hold the power of an ancient force user. The legend tells this ancient being had mastery and control over space itself…
A rural family’s patience is tested as the Jedi padawan they’ve been hiding for years is putting their family at increasing risk. With their father dead, and their crops not selling, it’s time to decide what to do. Evil comes knocking, and one Jedi finds you can’t hide forever. A coward can’t be a hero.
It’s a tribute to the old school cinematic style and an experiment to see if we could make a twenty minut live-action Star Wars story and still retain that wonderful Star Wars feeling.
Adapted from Issue #1 of Frank Miller’s seminal 1986 comic series, filmmaker Wyatt Weed (“Shadowland,” “Four Color Eulogy”) offers his unofficial fan’s take on the Batman mythos. Following the death of Robin at the hands of the Joker, Bruce Wayne (Weed) hung up the cowl and cape 10 years ago. But now Gotham City is in the grip of a violent crime wave, and the venerable 55-year-old billionaire has to decide if the time is right for the Caped Crusader’s return.
The Dark Knight Returns filmed for 24 days over a 17-month period from June of 2015 through October of 2016. Shot on a shoestring budget of $2500, it features locations in and around the St. Louis metro area.
Bruce Wayne/Batman – Wyatt Weed
Jim Gordon – Rick McGougan
Alfred Pennyworth – John Contini
Bill – John Reidy
Dave – Robert Lee Davis
Carol Ferris – Taylor Pietz
Ellen Yindell – Amber Eslow Winingham
Spike – Bill Finkbiner
Victim – Catherine Dudley-Rose
Psycho Killer – Mike Dowdy
Silk – Reggie Reese
Joannie – Bryanna Gilomen
Young Bruce Wayne – Liam Gallagher
Taxi Driver – Jason Contini
Carrie Kelley – Ava Osthus
Michelle – Maya Tunstall
Sean Lee Smith – Spud
Roc – Brock Roberts
Don – Oliver Sparton
Rob – Sebastian Lee
Keith – Keith Nussbaum
Murray – Nate Nguepsi
Joe – Joe Hammerstone
Brian – Skully Shemwell
Rookie – Kevin Eaton
Bullock – Nicholas J. Hearne
Dr. Wolper – Kent Martin
Dr. Willing – Christopher Bruemmer
Joker – Carlos Antonio León
Star Wars fans and filmmakers joined together to celebrate the galaxy’s favorite Corellian smuggler! Han Solo sets out on a new adventure in this Star Wars fan film!
*This is a non-profit unofficial fan-film that is not intended for commercial use. It was made solely for fun.
Characters are owned by Lucasfilm/Disney and this fan-film is not connected in any way to said companies.
We hope you enjoy 🙂