Grand Admiral Thrawn In A Movie Campaign By Star Wars Actors Guild 77

Use this meme as your prompt

This campaign has been in operation for a while. The Star Wars Actors Guild 77 owner and members have now got it quasi organized. There are a few final goals and touchpoints we still have to meet with our stakeholders, the fans on the Thrawn In Star Wars Facebook page — given that Facebook does not decimate the owner’s use of the social media platform.

The main question we are asking of Disney as Star Wars fans is do they support and promote READING and CREATIVE WRITING?

In 2014-2015, in #GetThrawnIn, we asked of Disney as Star Wars fans is do they support ART?

Now we are working on READING and CREATIVE WRITING. We think these are things Disney is uniquely qualified to support and promote fully and reflect that in their movie entertainment.

Because to understand THRAWN or MITTH’RAW’NURUODO is to READ the literature. Literacy can be improved in the United States of America.

And the greatest expression of taking what one has read in “reading comprehension” is to creatively write their on fan-fictions.

Of course, this is not to say Disney is obligated to any of these stories, but it is the practice of writing at any age that educates and heals one’s mind as research has shown, repeatedly. Creatively writing, along with reading fiction and art, HEALS throughout all people’s lives — and is that not what Disney strives to tell their their heartfelt stories on the movie screen?

With the Baby Boomer population becoming Senior Citizens who are may have chronic conditions, to connecting with Millennials who have new technological ways to write, this campaign may be the most humanitarian one Disney could ever undertake. It connects generations, all who know who Disney is, as a movie studio and theme park destination. Then, the Post-Millennials will be young adults should this campaign project become a reality. It is SWAG77s understanding that many of the Post-Millennials are some of the most avid readers and prolific writers of their age-group.

Bring THRAWN in a movie is an appreciation by Star Wars and it’s fans of a character by design that supports those ideals:

ART

READING

WRITING

The story character classification of THRAWN can be villain, but villains are seen as great people in some societies. Or for movie purposes, the screenplay can change the classification.

SWAG77 knows that THRAWN IN A MOVIE is a viable project for the Star Wars fan campaign.

We will use the hashtag: #ThrawnInAMovie

Memes with quotes from the Disney canon, first. Legends canon afterward for advanced training.

We have a dedicated creative writer’s group on ARCHIVE OF OUR OWN under SWAG77.

The SWAG77 Thrawn blog is: http://thrawnstarwars.wordpress.com

The SWAG77 Thrawn Facebook Page is: http://facebook.com/ThrawnStarWars

The SWAG77 Thrawn Twitter Page is: http://twitter.com/ThrawnStarWars — we hope to keep it as long as we can but Twitter rules have been really cruel to us and our business.

NEEDS

  • USE THE #ThrawnInAMovie hashtag for all fan art you think is fitting and why
  • Get your creative writing skills together and contact us — the prompt is the image above if you can’t think of your own story.
  • The only other allowance is SAVE THE YSALAMIRI — that’s more open
  • SWAG77 promotes these stories for everyone to read.
  • Fan Art is on your own but we will use it
  • SWAG77 changes the prompt as needed

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1 Response to Grand Admiral Thrawn In A Movie Campaign By Star Wars Actors Guild 77

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