Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 on Disney+ on May 4, 2023 .
The announcement was made recently by Lucasfilm and Disney+ who also revealed the list of studios that will participate in the creation of the nine episodes that make up the second season.
James Waugh , executive producer of Star Wars: Visions and senior vice president, Franchise Content & Strategy, at Lucasfilm, said:
“The reaction to the first volume of Star Wars: Visions has blown us away. We were happy that this project inspired and was appreciated by so many people.
We’ve always seen Star Wars: Visions as a container of celebratory expressions of the franchise from some of the best creators working today. Animation is undergoing a global renaissance and we are constantly amazed at the amount of creativity pushing this medium forward. With the first volume, the imaginative minds of the Japanese anime industry were on full display. With Volume 2, we’ve expanded our canvas to take audiences on a global tour of some of the most talented creators from around the world. We are so proud to be able to reveal the lineup of studios we have assembled. Each short film is incredible, full of heart, scope,
Cartoon Saloon (Ireland)
Studio Mir (South Korea)
Triggerfish (South Africa)
D’ART Shtajio (Japan)
Studio La Cachette (France)
Eight Eight Pictures (India)
El Guiri Studios (Spain)
D ‘ Art Shtajio’s short film was made in collaboration with Lucasfilm Ltd. (United States).
Waugh executive produced Volume Two with Jacqui Lopez and Josh Rimes .
Studio: El Guiri
Writer and director: Rodrigo Blaas
Title: Screecher’s Reach
Studio: Cartoon Saloon
Director: Paul Young
Title: In the Stars
Writer and director: Gabriel Osorio
Title: I Am Your Mother
Director: Magdalena Osinska
Title: Journey to the Dark Head
Studio: Studio Mir
Director: Hyeong Geun Park
Title: The Spy Dancer
Studio: Studio La Cachette
Writer and director: Julien Chheng
Title: The Bandits of Golak
Studio: 88 Pictures
Director: Ishan Shukla
Title: The Pit
Studios: D’art Shtajio and Lucasfilm Ltd.
Writer, director and executive producer: LeAndre Thomas
Co-director: Justin Ridge
Title: Aau’s Song
Writers and directors: Nadia Darries and Daniel Clarke