“The Weight of Forgiveness” is a very original Italian short film. Although it refers to the universe of Star Wars using lightsabers, it has plenty of symbolic references and has a narrative autonomy that makes this movie readable and interpretable under different points of view -psychological, religious, pacifist, ecologists-. The movie is full of realistic fights, actually more fought than acted -they are not choreographies, but real duels fought according to formalized combat styles-, by two of the major Italian experts of the Lightsaber’s Discipline, Eugenio Di Fraia and Andrea Iannini. They are also the directors, authors and special-effects editors of the movie. The Weight of forgiveness has been chosen by Cinema Arcadia di Melzo -one of the biggest and most technological advanced movie theatre all over the world- has one of the support events -from 16th to 20th December 2015- of the launch of latest SW’s episode “The Force Awakens
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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. VIEW TK-436: A Stormtrooper Story (A Star Wars Fan Film) –
CONTEST VERSION https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.starwars.com%2Fvideo%2Ffan-film-awards-2016-tk-436-a-stormtrooper-story&redir_token=NdB1rdx1KS2LVNd3BDRfo4XX1xd8MTUxNzk2MDc5N0AxNTE3ODc0Mzk3&v=2GdEXQ6Ulw8&event=video_descriptionhttp://www.starwars.com/video/fan-fil…
VIEW Samtubia & Samgoma Accept Filmmaker Select Awards At Star Wars Celebration Europe 2016 https://vimeo.com/177394212
FUN FACTS ABOUT TK-436: A Stormtrooper Story 1.) All of the Stormtrooper costumes were made using EVA foam, athletic mats, and pepakura patterns. 2.) The stormtrooper costumes were purposely made to look bulky and damaged in order to give the stormtroopers a more intimidating appearance. 3.) The short film took approximately 7 months to complete. 4.) In the film TK-436 supposedly has a beta model Helmet, complete with functional cheek filters (inspired by the First Order helmets) and advanced HUD capabilities. Directed By: Samtubia & Samgoma Edwards Executive Produced By: Rashaun Smith Production Company: Unboxed Films Starring Connor Chase Stewart: Young TK-436 Amanda Devlin: Young Nissa Denise J. Reed: Adult Nissa Andrew Pagliara: Adult TK-436 Kenneth Bordes-Hollon: Narrator Kevin Swann: Imperial Recruiter Composed by Swan Productions Special thanks to Al Parchment, Christina G. Peacock, Mike Wills, Daryl Evans, Lindsey W. Edwards, Ola Edwards, Brenda Edwards, Chris Alvarez, and P.J. Rickards. CAMERA: Blackmagic Production Camera 4K SOFTWARE: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Efffects, DaVinci Resolve, Adobe Audition, MAXON Cinema 4D, Houdini FX, and Vue xStream. SOFTWARE PLUGINS: Magic Bullet Looks, Magic Bullet Film, Primatte Keyer, Solid Angle Arnold, Video Copilot’s Element 3D, Video Copilot’s Saber, Video Copilot’s Heat Distortion, The Foundry 3D CameraTracker and Video Copilot’s Optical Flares
Alenna, a Jedi Padawan, is blinded in an ambush designed to leave her dead. Facing inner demons and dangerous foes, she must rediscover her purpose and identity as a Jedi Knight
A Whitelist Production (www.whitelist.tv). KARA is a short fan film set in the Star Wars universe.
Star Wars fan film: A Jedi crash lands on a barren planet and is pursued by a mysterious Sith who seems to know him. Directed by: Jason Satterlund Cinematography by: Federico Verardi Produced by: Alyssa Roehrenbeck & Deborah Smith Storyboards by: AJ Juson Starring: Aris Juson (http://www.imdb.me/arisjuson)
“I must tip my hat to the extremely talented and resourceful team over at Big Puddle Films for producing such a stellar short film titled Star Wars: The Force and the Fury.” – The Mary Sue “In a sea of mediocre fan films, Satterlund’s latest project stands out from the rest for what it does right. It is filled with high-quality production design, excellent cinematography, great fight choreography and impressive music that hits the Star Wars tone.” – Stand By 4 Story “I recommend the Force and The Fury. It is a wonderfully executed thriller and is a great addition to the fanfilm community. ” – The Snark Side of The Force “The film is a strong addition to films that embrace representation, with Smith’s powerful and nuanced portrayal of a female Sith. Satterlund created a character that turns common Star Wars rules on its head by making the villain a female, something that has only been done previously on a small scale.” – Black Girl Nerds
Star Wars version of Japanese anime, it gives Tie Fighter, a very successful short film directed by Paul Johnson. . Paul Johnson spent four years working on an animated version of Star Wars. The stunning result is a short film titled seven minutes Tie Fighter. The mini-movie is inspired by the video Tie Fighter game released in 1994 and published by LucasArts. Johnson has revisited the world of space combat and adapt them to the style of Japanese cartoons of the 80 explosions, red and green lasers, and even stromtroopers R2D2, everything is there. There is no dialogue, just the Zak Rahman guitar solos that punctuate perfectly the images. Everything is shown from the perspective of the Empire and its drivers which is shown for both the face and which are made of this humanized.
The tale of blind Jedi Master Ko Hoshino and her journey to becoming one with the Force. A Star Wars Fan Film.
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THE MAKING OF HOSHINO FEATURETTE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elWjSPOAN_U
Director/Producer/Editor STEPHEN VITALE http://www.stephenvitalefilms.com
(Sound and Score by Adam Crossley)
This is submitted for educational purposes and was completed for a third year assignment at university.