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Lucasfilm Reveals the Winners of the STAR WARS: GO ROGUE Fan Films

Lucasfilm Reveals the Winners of the STAR WARS: GO ROGUE Fan Films

Now that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is out in theaters, the winners of the Star Wars: Go Rogue fan film contest have also been revealed. Rogue One director Gareth EdwardsStar Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels actress, Ashley Eckstein; and a panel of judges convened to pick the very best Rogue One inspired fan films, and there were only seven shorts left standing after the selection process. had the complete roundup of the Go Rogue winners, which included short films from Mexico, Europe, Australia, Asia, as well as the U.S. and Canada. First up is “What Will You Become?,” the winner of the adult category in the United States/Canada that finds the members of the Rogue One team optimistically planning their futures.

Go Rogue: What Will You Become? on Disney Video

The second video is “One Force,” the winner in the U.S./Canada children’s category which finds K-2SO learning a valuable lesson from his teammates as they take on the Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader.

Go Rogue: One Force on Disney Video

U.S./Canada’s Teen winner was the “Krennic’s Wish,” which found the director a little short of the stormtroopers that he needed to carry out his evil plans. At least that was true before a new opportunity presented itself.

Go Rogue: Krennic’s Wish on Disney Video

Southeast Asia’s winner, “The Last Transmission” was surprising because it is a live-action short among the finalists. It followed a Rebel team whose mission to retrieve a high value target hit a snag.

Go Rogue: The Last Transmission on Disney Video

Mexico’s winning entry, “Timmy: Una Historia de Star Wars” is another bizarre one, which finds Jyn Erso and her team attempting to retrieve a stolen pacifier from the Imperial forces to please Timmy before it’s too late.

Go Rogue: Timmy: Una historia de Star Wars on Disney Video

“A Droid’s Legacy” was the winner from Germany, and it envisioned a bit of a crossover between Rogue One and A New Hope when C-3PO and R2-D2 encountered a familiar face on the Jawa transport.

Go Rogue: A Droid’s Legacy on Disney Video

Finally, “Naming Convention” won the prize for Australia and New Zealand with its Robot Chicken-like tone that established how the Emperor and Darth Vader came up with the name for the Death Star.

Go Rogue: Naming Convention on Disney Video

Which of these Go Rogue fan films was your favorite? Let us know in the comment section below!

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