Dark Resurrection

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Dark Resurrection
Dark Resurrection locandina.jpg
Directed by Angelo Licata
Produced by Angelo Licata
Starring Giuseppe Licata
Marcella Braga
Maurizio Zuppa
Music by Aldo De Scalzi
Pivio
Cinematography Angelo Licata
Edited by Federico Lagna
Production
company
Guerre Stellari Net
RCL Sound FX
Lords of Illusion
Distributed by Machiavelli Music Publishing
Release date
7 June 2007
Running time
61 minutes
Country Italy
Language Italian

Dark Resurrection is a 2007 Italian Star Wars fanfilm written and directed by Angelo Licata and produced by Davide Bigazzi and Licata. It was followed by a second episode, titled Dark Resurrection vol. 0 in 2011, and a Dark Resurrection vol. 2 is in the make.

Plot[edit]

The story begins a few centuries after Return of the Jedi. Jedi Master Organa has foreseen the destruction of the Jedi, and send young Hope and her master, Zui Mar-Lee, to attempt to reach Eron first, before the dark Lord Sorran.

In the prequel vol. 0, Lord Sorran, a dark Jedi, searches for Eron, a mythical source of great power and finds the spaceship Resurrection, belonging to the Second Guardian of Eron. His crew gets killed on the ship, but Lord Sorran escapes with the secret of immortality.

Cast[edit]

  • Marcella Braga as Hope
  • Riccardo Leto as Leto
  • Giuseppe Licata as Lord Sorran
  • Sergio Múñiz as Muniza
  • Grazia Ogulin as Nemer
  • Fabrizio Rizzolo as Zorol
  • Sara Ronco as His
  • Elisa Werneck as Organa
  • Giorgia Wurth as Meres
  • Maurizio Zuppa as Zui Mar Lee

Production[edit]

Movie scenes were shot in Italian Riviera in Liguria and further enhanced by special effects.

Reception[edit]

The film was acclaimed by critics. In a short time it had an unexpected success, with over 15,000 downloads per day,[1] and was broadcast on television.[2]

Episodes[edit]

The first episode was released on 2007, June 7.[3] Its production cost about €7,000.[4]

A second episode, called Dark Resurrection Vol. 0, was released on September 8, 2011 and is currently available on YouTube.[5]

A third episode will be called Dark Resurrection Vol. 2. On the heels of Dark Resurrection Vol. 0 and Vol. 1, Dark Resurrection Vol. 2 is being launched on Fansflock.com, a new USA fanfunding platform. They are seeking help to fanfund the new epic finale. Angelo Licata, Director, has lined up some unique rewards for the film’s contributors, from the lightsaber props used in the movie to meeting the cast, even to producer credits.[6]

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