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Our Favorite Hunger Games Fan-Made Short Films

This week in our 100 Days of Mockingjay celebration we're focusing on fan-made music, movies and more. If you haven't had a chance to check out some of the amazing fan-made Hunger Games short films that are out there, now is your chance. 

There are some truly incredible Hunger Games short films out there. Like fan fiction come to life, these independent filmmakers have taken stories from within The Hunger Games and adapted them for the screen. A quick warning: some of these films are a lot more graphically violent than The Hunger Games films are. 

Joshua Chislett is an independent film maker who made a great fan film about Finnick Odair's Hunger Games and a series of 6 shorts called Cirrus Quell, set 51 years before Katniss Everdeen stepped foot in the arena. These shorts tell Joshua's interpretation of the real reason the Quarter Quell was created. The playlist below features all of Joshua's Hunger Games films.

Some of our all-time favorite Hunger Games fan films were created by Mainstay Pro. They've done a beautiful Finnick and Annie web series, a powerful film about Haymitch Abernathy's Games and a sweetly moving film imagining an important moment between Katniss and her father. Check out Mainstay Pro's films in the playlist below.

Mockingjay Burn is an ambitious fan film by Leo Kei Angelos and Kristen Brancaccio based on a militarized Katniss & the District 13 rebellion. The film features the classic "If we burn, you burn with us" scene from Mockingjay. 


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Reader Comments (1)

Are there any other issues in the videos besides violence?

September 20, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterHolly D

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