Scoundrels: A Smuggler’s Tale (A Star Wars Fan Film)

We have another Star Wars fan film for you to check out today. This was is new – was just added to YouTube on May 4th. They’ve done a really great job of it. It comes in at just over 20 minutes so it’s longer than a typical short, but shorter than a full-length movie. It has a good story, nice casting and an interesting plot.

It’s a smuggler’s story and I was just talking to a friend today about how I have always loved smugglers. Funny that I would come across this right after that conversation. It has all the elements of a good smuggler story and a good Star Wars story. I don’t want to ruin it for you though, so really you just need to give it a watch for yourself. We’ve embedded it but head on over to their YouTube account and follow them if you want to keep watch for a potential sequel.

This is a non-profit unofficial fan-film that is not intended for commercial use. Scoundrels is a Star Wars fan film that takes place a few short years before The Force Awakens on the distant planet Tarkoon where two Smugglers are being hunted by an outlaw and his horde of mercenaries over an ancient artifact.

Check it out:

So, what did you think? All in all, I thought this was a pretty good film. They hinted about a follow-up and if that happens, I’d definitely watch it.

Credits:
Written by Mark Seaton

Directed by Mark Seaton

Produced by Mark Seaton

Starring:

Whitney Wickham

Mark Seaton

Chad Canfield

Aileen Canfield

L. Miguel Sanchez

Cinematography by Brent Haremza

Video Editor Mark Seaton

Special Effects Brent Haremza

Finish Editor Brent Haremza

Photography Aileen Canfield

Boom Operators Chad Canfield, Aileen Canfield, Brent Haremza

Audio Mixing and Foley Chad Canfield, Mark Seaton

Sound Mixing Chad Canfield Sound Design Chad Canfield

Music by Chad Canfield (Courtesy of Kenebula Records)

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Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.