Bella and Edward Cullen's story may be over (for now, at least), but that doesn't mean "Twilight" is over.
Last year, Stephenie Meyer, the bestselling author behind the "Twilight Saga," announced a new, exciting project for Twihards and emerging female filmmakers alike: "The Storytellers: New Voices of the Twilight Saga." The competition gave seven female filmmakers and eight female screenwriters -- each hand-picked by Lionsgate, Meyer and a kickass council that included Kristen Stewart (NBD) -- the chance to create their own story within the captivating world of "Twilight."
Now, the mini-movies have finally made their debut online, and they're truly spectacular. They're also dark and twisty -- just like their source material. Don't worry, shippers: there's something for you, too. Don't forget to vote for your favorite mini-flick here.
Written by Sarah Turi Boshear; directed by Nicole Eckenroad.
Part action flick, part bloody Western, this mini-movie follows Alice and her fearless confidante, only known as the Groundskeeper, as they grapple with the grave choices they are forced to make when a unique kind of hunter has Alice in his sights.
Written by Alanna Smith; directed by Amanda Tasse.
Terrified that his own magical power has caused so much harm, Benjamin turns away from the world. "Sunrise" details Benjamin's return to his human roots, where he can no longer hide from the girl that stole his heart long ago. Yep, this has epic vampire romance written all over it. This short shows us the origins of Benjamin and Tia's little-known love story.
Written and directed by Lindsey Hancock Williamson.
Set against the backdrop of the American Revolution, "Turncoats" explores the trying events that forged Garrett and Carlisle's lasting friendship.
"The Mary Alice Brandon File"
Written and directed by Kailey and Sam Spear.
Perhaps the darkest of the bunch, this moody Gothic drama reveals the story of Alice's tragic past -- and the origin of her resilient spirit.
Written by Cullyn Doerfler and Megan L. Reese; directed by Maja Fernqvist.
Young twins Jane and Alec were always special, but their specialness leads to terrible consequences -- that is until a mysterious stranger named Aro comes along and takes an unusual interest in them.
"We’ve Met Before"
Written by Thea Green; directed by Yulin Kuang.
Shippers, rejoice! Fall in love with Alice and Jasper all over again with this sweet story that recalls the moment Alice and Jasper meet for the first time...or so it would seem. As the conversation evolves, the history of their true and everlasting love is revealed. We're already swooning.
Directed by Cate Carson.
After her transformation, Esme struggles to overcome her craving for human blood as painful memories from her tragedy-ridden past haunt her. But with Carlisle Cullen by her side, she's able to find hope for the future. You might want to pay close attention to this one because there's a Edward shout-out you don't want to miss.