Broken Allegiance

Nick Hallam[1]

  • Nick Hallam[1]
  • Sudheera Kuruppu[1]
  • Nick Hallam[1]
  • Sudheera Kuruppu[1]
  • Randall Berger[1]
  • Chris Brennan[1]
  • Paul Bugeja[1]
  • Niobe Dean[1]
  • Ben Fletcher[1]
  • Tristan Hill[1]
  • Paul Hooper[1]
  • Hadrian Jonathan[1]
  • Daniel Knight[1]
  • Ian Lingard[1]
  • David Newell[1]
Music by

Vidizen Films[2]


April 22, 2002[2]


23 minutes[2]




Rebellion era[3]

" has involved months of around-the-clock planning to produce a work that is ultimately a homage to the film that inspired me all those years ago to pick up a camera."
―Nick Hallam[src]
Broken Allegiance is a Star Wars fan film directed by Nick Hallam, based on a screenplay by Hallam and Sudheera Kuruppu. The film is set between Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, and it revolves around two Sith apprentices on the run from the Galactic Empire. Fighting for their freedom, they must face off against the Sith Lord Darth Vader in the hopes of escaping alive.[3]

Hallam described Broken Allegiance as his most ambitious project, and it took months of planning and production in order to finish the film. He describes the film as paying homage to Star Wars, which inspired him to become a director, and it is his hope that he and his team produced a quality fan film with stunning visuals, a rich story, and compelling characters.[4]

Opening crawl Edit

After the destruction of the Death 
Star at Yavin, the Emperor orders 
Darth Vader to find the pilot 
responsible, by any means 
necessary. To assist in his goal, 
Vader has trained two apprentices 
in the powerful ways of the Sith. 

Having spent more than a year 
immersed in Dark Jedi lore, the 
pair has become disillusioned with 
their role in the Emperor's grand 

Fleeing Coruscant in a stolen 
transport, they are attempting to 
escape Vader and gain their 
freedom from the tyranny of the 

Publisher's summary Edit

Broken Allegiance is an ambitious Australian-made STAR WARS fan film, set between A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. Two Sith apprentices, Ruan & Calis, escape the Empire by fleeing the planet Coruscant in a stolen transport. They must fight for their freedom when Darth Vader sends a vicious bounty hunter, Korbain Thor, to track them down.[3]


Ruan Arconis … Paul Hooper
Calis Tynahra … Niobe Dean
Korbain Thor … Hadrian Jonathan
Admiral Okins … Randall Berger
Captain Hannard … Ian Lingard
Lt. Detaan … Paul Bugeja
Darth Vader … Chris Brennan
Voice of Darth Vader … Ben Fletcher
Imperial Communications Officer … David Newell
Imperial Tractor Beam Officer … Daniel Knight
Imperial Security Officer … Tristan Hill
Stormtrooper … Drew Senior
Stormtrooper and Imperial Extra … Leigh Senior
Stormtrooper … Tavoi Aiono
Stormtrooper … Jason Dickson
Stormtrooper … Peter Sims
Imperial Extra … Michael Owens
Imperial Extra … David Battrick
Imperial Extra … Nick Hallam
Imperial Extra … Frankie Chan
Imperial Extra … Jeremy McCartin
Imperial Extra … Darren Maxwell


Director, Writer, and Producer … Nick Hallam
Music … Rich Johnson and John Williams


  • Ruan Arconis
  • Lieutenant Detaan
  • Boba Fett (Mentioned only)
  • Captain Hannard
  • Admiral Okins
  • Emperor Palpatine (Indirect mention only)
  • Luke Skywalker (Mentioned only) (referred to as Skywalker)
  • Korbain Thor
  • Calis Tynahra
  • Darth Vader


  • Death Star (Mentioned only)
  • TIE/ln starfighter
  • Imperial-class Star Destroyer
  • Executor-class Super Star Destroyer (Executor)
  • Lambda-class T-4a shuttle
  • Gamma-class ATR-6 assault transport
  • Lancer-class frigate
  • Korbain Thor's ship


  • Battle of Yavin (Mentioned only; in the opening crawl)


  • Bothan (Mentioned only)
  • Human
    • Cyborg

Organizations and titlesEdit

  • Bounty hunter
  • Clan Fett (Mentioned only)
  • Dark Jedi
  • Galactic Empire
    • Imperial officer
      • Admiral
      • Captain
      • Lieutenant
    • Stormtrooper
    • TIE Fighter pilot (Indirect appearance)
  • Order of the Sith Lords
    • Sith Lord
  • Skywalker family


  • The galaxy
    • Core Worlds
      • Corusca sector
        • Coruscant system
          • Coruscant
    • Mid Rim
      • Bothan sector
        • Both system
          • Bothawui

Weapons and technologyEdit

  • Armor
    • Darth Vader's armor
    • Stormtrooper armor
  • Code cylinder
  • Blaster
    • Blaster rifle
      • E-11 blaster rifle
  • Lightsaber
    • Calis Tynahra's lightsaber
    • Ruan Arconis's lightsaber
    • Korbain Thor's lightsaber/blaster
    • Darth Vader's lightsaber (Indirect appearance)
  • Laser
  • Officer's disk
  • Tractor beam


  • Breast
  • Color
  • Credit (Mentioned only)
  • Death
  • Ear
  • Eye
  • Hair
  • Hologram
  • Imperial military uniforms
    • Rank insignia plaque
  • The Force
    • Force powers
      • Force choke
      • Force lightning
      • Force pull
      • Force push

Music played in Broken AllegianceEdit

  • "Main Title and Arrival at Naboo" (The Phantom Menace)
  • "Victory Celebration and End Title" (Return of the Jedi)
  • "The Rebel Fleet/End Title" (The Empire Strikes Back)


  • Although Korbain Thor's name invites confusion with Jedi Knight Corran Horn from the novel I, Jedi, this is a different character...even though both are adroit lightsaber combatants.
  • Admiral Okins is a different Admiral Okins.
  • A sequel, Broken Allegiance II: Bloodlines, was planned, but was cancelled when the director decided to pursue an original film concept.

Notes and referencesEdit

External linksEdit

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