“Jakku: First Wave” is a Star Wars fan film centered around three Imperial Stormtroopers right before the battle of Jakku.
Hollywood couldn’t get Dr. Doom right, so a team of comic book geeks set out to do it themselves! Here’s the result! See more on the process here
Tears In The Rain is a short film set in the world of Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) as well as the motion picture Blade Runner (1982).
Boba Fett, the infamous intergalactic bounty hunter, has tracked his next prey into a dusty saloon in the outskirts of a remote space port. In the shadows of the busy space bar the hunter confronts his target’s three sinister henchmen. Who will blink first? The Twelve Parsec Stare is a[…]
40 years after the war against the Foot, a Japanese ninja clan. Four mysterious veterans are preparing themselves for the fight of their life.
In a dystopian future, a race of mutants have almost been wiped out. Their fate lies with a young girl named Hope and her protector Cable, and they battle forces that want to end the mutant race for good!
Let our traditions continue! We’re back with our 5th edition of the year’s Top 5 trailers. As you know, we strongly believe that the trailer is an art of its own, and we love the passion people bring to their project. We are ecstatic to see filmmaker’s finding the true[…]
Craving the attention of her busy father, a seven-year-old Star Wars fan disobeys him and unknowingly starts a rebellion with his Star Wars toy collection that would have surprising consequences. #GoRogue: This fan film was produced for Lucasfilm’s #GoRogue #Contest 2016. It’s a live-action / stop-motion film about Star Wars[…]
When an Imperial chase causes a collision with a Rebel ship in space, it forces the two ships to fall into Earth’s atmosphere, causing a massive chain of events in creating new allies to help their fight against the dark side.
A fan film about the comic book character The Joker Ahead of the release of Suicide Squad, a sinister new short takes viewers on a trip inside the twisted psyche of the Joker. From director/producer duo The Hallivis Brothers, The Laughing Man references Scott Snyder’s “Death of the Family” Batman[…]