‘The Twilight Saga’ Mini Movies Premiere: The New Stories Delight Fans

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
‘The Twilight Saga’ Mini Movies Premiere: The New Stories Delight Fans
Six new “Twilight” short films have been revealed and will focus on the lives of Carlisle, Alice, Jasper, and the Volturi sibs, Jane and Alec. Will this pave the way for a sequel to “Breaking Dawn?”

The Twilight series is back with seven mini movies. Unfortunately, they don’t have Robert Pattinson or Kristen Stewart, but the engaging story arcs and plot dynamics completely make up for it.

You haven’t seen the last of Stephenie Meyer’s lusciously delicious saga on the Silver screen yet. The Twilight series is back from the dead to charm its fans with some more frozen, beguiling, quiet mystique. This time it is a series of charming short films that may lack on the star power front, but are full of delectable foxiness that has charmed fans time and again.

The new collection of films, which was titled The Storytellers: New Voices of the Twilight Saga, recently premiered in the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood to a mad, raving crowd of young adults and avid readers alike.

The new films showcase female talent as they were picked to include women directors and writers. The movies were selected by Lionsgate, Women in Film, Facebook, Tongal, Volvo, and Stephenie Meyer in order to pull attention to the fact that women play an important role in filmmaking. The films obviously deserve to be applauded for that idea too.

The movies are garnering a lot of attention despite not having big stars like Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart. The films have been well received by fans and critics alike.

The films included in the collection are The Groundskeeper, by Sarah Turi Boshear and directed by Nicole Eckenroad, Sunrise, by Alanna Smith and directed by Amanda Tasse, Turncoats, by Lindsey Hancock Williamson, The Mary Alice Brandon File, by Kailey and Sam Spear, Consumed, by Cullyn Doerfler and Megan L. Reese and directed by Maja Fernqvist, We’ve Met Before, by Thea Green and directed by Yulin Kuang, and Masque, by Cate Carson.

Stephanie Meyer fielded a Q&A session to promote the collection, the inquisitr reported. She said that she was implementing the idea “on a small scale to get more female voices out there.”

Photo Source: Facebook/ Twilight Saga

About the author

Seasoned reporter. Clarifies, classifies, and amplifies news to make it all the more interesting.