Star Wars Fan Film: 'IMMOLATION'

'The long awaited premiere of our Star Wars Fan Film: IMMOLATION is finally here!



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Here is a our featured video content about the movie. Here you find the Theatrical Trailer as well as featurettes from the cast about the making of this movie! Please feel free to double-click on a movie at any time to be brought to the larger resolution of the movie directly on

        IMMOLATION Theatrical Trailer                           'The Brotherhood'



     'Being The Darths': Joshua Menier            'This Moment': Teresa Jackson 



     'Honorable Jedi': Dave Dahlberg                 'Hunted, Haunted': Jesse Fox





Photo Content

Here is a summary of the photo content about our fan film. Included are screencaps, production stills & pictures from the premiere!

Movie Stills


Production Stills



 Premiere Night






Back during the apex of Sith power during the great Jedi Civil War, just before infighting tore the Sith Order apart, a young recruit was apprenticed to lead a life with the Brotherhood that he had not fully embraced. Failing his last and most important trial, the Brotherhood deemed him unfit to be Sith and hunted him to a snowy training world inside Sith Space to exterminate him; to make him an example of those who fail.

 An overachieving young Jedi Sentinel, 3 years beyond his apprenticeship sees through the Living Force that not all is what it seems with this apprentice. As a Sentinel continually seeks the truth, so does this young Knight, at the protest of the Council. Yet his impeccable service record allows him enough leeway to pursue the truth of this hunt.

Through the Force and his own reconnaissance skills, he finds the fleeing apprentice on this cold, snowy world. Though encountering resistance, he ultimately uncovers a revelation that compels him to track and intercept the apprentice before he himself is intercepted by the Sith Platoon that hunts their prey. The apprentice must meet his judgment and decide to accept his death or fight amongst his brothers.

This is a story of those who are swept up in a 20th-21st century ‘gang-like’ brotherhood and the consequences of trying to leave it; all within the timeframe of Knights of the Old Republic. It worlds are barren yet beautiful. Its combat is both artistic and ‘Braveheart’-like brutal. Its tragedies are very personable; we have seen this type of tragedy within our own world.

About The Film

This film started as a thought: "Boy, I wish I could get  Dave Dahlberg and his friend Jon lightsaber fighting on film in the backyard." I figured that if they worked at it hard enough, I could create something that our friends would enjoy. Then I discovered some great resources on the internet, thought about some ideas, and decided that I wanted to create a fan film that was so different from other fan films that have been created in the last few years.

Ever since I graduated from college, I knew I wanted to do something big. Whatever that big thing was has changed its shape over the years. I never knew it would be Star Wars related. I knew I had to answer 2 big questions: Can I do it? Will people like it? By now I feel like I can answer Yes to both of these questions based on the content I work with daily.

This gives me and the rest of the cast an opportunity to take on a pretty big volunteer commitment. Most times in our lives, we either choose not to commit, or quit because of our comfort level or our fear to go above and beyond our daily routine. If we were all like that all the time, nothing would get done. This is a large enough project now that I have to be accountable for upholding my committment to you all from beginning to end. This is not going to be one of those unfinished fan film projects. Everyone embraced their roles and grew as people because of that. I thank everyone who has lended their support and have been patient with me over the past year. What I give to you and to myself is well worth it.    


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