Star Wars Fan Film “Kara” is an Achievement of Emotions and Awakenings

“Kara” is an amazing Star Wars short film of survival and awakenings by writer/director, Joe Sill.

I have always been a fan of independent fan films. The creators are very passionate and put so much story, visual, and emotions into such a short amount of time. In my opinion, at times these short films display a higher quality and design than many films from the big studios. “Kara” is one of those films.

In a short time, Director Joe Sill, takes us on an adventure with the “Rey like” Kara and her Father Marcus as they stumble into a battle they did not want to be part of. In the end, there is an awakening as a tragedy is revealed and a beginning is unveiled.

 
Joe Sill delivers hard in this visually epic and emotionally charged Star Wars short film. As a Father myself with two young daughters, I can empathize with the Father in this story who is looking out for the best for his child. The intensity of the action pulled me in and I could feel the characters anxieties as they battled for their lives.

See more films from Joe Sill on his official site.

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From the moment Steve Fitch first watched Star Wars: A New Hope in the theater when he was a child, he wanted to be Luke Skywalker when he “grew up” (and STILL does!). He now shares this passion with his wife, two daughters, friends and fans. Steve is the Founder of Star Wars Reporter and when not immersed in all things Star Wars, you can find him training in Muay Thai, Italian Rapier, all things VIKING, or spending time with family and friends. FOLLOW Steve on TWITTER: @WookieeSteve