While on tour of the northwestern border, the prince of Midea and his companions discover invading armies from neighboring Kilea. Unable to summon reinforcements in time, the young prince must make a stand to protect his people.
Mindy Byram as Maria
Ricco DiStefano as General Tarkis
Paul Eenhoorn as Kael
Kevin Haggerty as Kole
John Locke as King Harold
Zach Maurer as Andreas
Renee Pinzon as Julia
John Symonds as Johan
Phillip Wheeler as Will
Director Bjorn Anderson decided on his 26th birthday to quit his job and pursue his dream of filmmaking. Instead of paying to go to film school, he began work on his first film, Warriors End. The production utilized the help of the Seattle Knights for many of the expansive sword battle scenes. The cast and crew worked on a volunteer basis which allowed the film to achieve its epic look on a limited budget.
The film had its premiere June 7, 2009 at Seattles True Independent Film Festival, where it was given the Mt. Rainier Award.