Assassin's Creed - The London Chronicles

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Fan Film
Title: Assassin's Creed - The London Chronicles
Creator: Azeem Mustafa
Date: June 4, 2013
Length: 6:49
Medium: Live-action
Genre: Drama, action, suspense
Fandom: Assassin's Creed

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Assassin's Creed - The London Chronicles is a short fan film by Azeem Mustafa. It features an Assassin, Robert de Grandpre (Lewis Williams), stalking a Templar hitman, John Vidic (Oliver Maule). The video reached over 8.8k views on YouTube.

Mustafa said in a blog post about the making of the film:

It was a tricky process to film. Our original plan was to make a completely unrelated short film based around 80s beat-em-up games. This short required 8-10 people to be in front of camera. But, when two people showed up, we quickly realized that wasn’t feasible.

I had a few props at my disposal, one of them was an assassin’s creed hoodie. So one man took the hoodie. I gave my leather jacket to the other man. And we went to work crafting this story.

In retrospect I do wish we had more time to plan it out. But I’m very proud of the finished product. We had a location, a few props, and two actors; we churned out what I think is a decent story, along with a decent fight scene to boot.[1]

The original characters in the film are presumably meant to be related to Aveline de Grandpre and Warren Vidic.


Love the fight choreography in this video! The story seems to flow very well too! I also liked the cinematography. I really liked the shots that used framing.[2]
Terrible acting and sound effects... There was no real story present... Just... Wow.... Six minutes ill never get back[3]


  1. ^ Mustafa, Azeem (June 5, 2013). "Filmmaking – Assassin's Creed Short Film". Retrieved April 10, 2019. 
  2. ^ Comment by Qstudios
  3. ^ Comment by Skyline 925