Rick and Sally can’t wait to go to New York Comic Con, but when Rick’s Lightsaber gets stolen by a rival nerd, their trip takes a turn for the worst.
"Let the Wookie Win" was shot on location at New York Comic Con and would not have been possible without the help of some truly amazing people to whom I owe my eternal gratitude; Nikolas Long, Crissy Milazzo, Bassam Kaado, Russell Dolan, Marlon Dunn and Vincent Cason.
Special thanks to Patrick Stettner for letting me call his cellphone on the weekend for last minute advice, directing “The Night Listener,” and being an all around cool dude.
Brick by Brick Productions Presents, In Association with the Brower Collective:
"Let the Wookie Win"
Written, Directed and Edited by Adam Volerich
Starring: Nikolas Long and Crissy Milazzo.
Featuring Bassam Kaado as Brandon.
With Marlon Dunn and Vincent Cason.
Director of Cinematography: Adam Volerich
Additional Cinematography Provided by Russell Dolan.
Additional Dialogue Provided by Crissy Milazzo.
Written and Performed by The Unicorns.
Property of Suicide Squeeze Records.
Written and Performed by Animal Collective.
Property of Domino.
Written and Performed by Born Ruffians.
Property of Warp.
Written and Performed by JEFF the Brotherhood.
Property of Infinity Cat Recordings
"You! Me! Dancing!"
Written by Gareth Campesinos!
Performed by Los Campesinos!
Property of Wichita.
I claim no ownership of the above music and thank Odin that I have not yet been sued. Please support these artists by purchasing their music from your favorite music retailer.
Star Wars and all associated imagery are copyright of Disney or something, right?
Kevin Smith is not aware that he is in this film.
May the force be with you…