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Have you seen Star Trek Fan Films? Have to experienced the adventures of Star Trek New Voyages? Have you seen Starship Exeter? Phenomenal Fan Films created by fans just like you.

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Starship Exeter @ www.starshipexeter.com

Check out the adventures of Captain Garrovick and the crew of the Starship Exeter. This is a phenomenal Fan Film created in Austin, Texas. With a modest budget, Star Trek fans in Austin, with the assistance of Star Trek fans from all around the country, created what I consider to the best Star Trek Fan Film ever created. I am not detracting from all the other Star Trek Fan Films, but this series clearly is oustanding in storytelling, content and effects. Check it out at www.starshipexeter.com

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Comment by Renda C./ Admiral T'Moya on February 26, 2012 at 7:41am

Project Potemkin

Project Potemkin has another fan film out.  On Youtube and also on Vimo.

The Website where you can get all the information on the Fan Films.

Project Potemkin dot com

Comment by Renda C./ Admiral T'Moya on February 4, 2012 at 9:05pm
Comment by Ellen Asherah on October 26, 2011 at 9:42am
One of the reasons I like Hidden Frontier is the sub story of the gay couple, a subject matter that Star Trek avoided, were homosexuals, (intersexed and transsexual humans) permitted to serve in Star Fleet. Of course, as a transsexual woman, one of my favoratet sub story lines was when Quark had to become his mother via surgery and female hormones. I still laugh about Quark having to show "her" vagina to those men to prove that "she" was a "woman". LOL.
Comment by Wolverine Studios on October 25, 2011 at 11:12pm

Greetings to all.
I have seen most of the Trek fan films out there...Exeter, Farragut, Hidden Frontier, New Voyages, Aurora and Intrepid.  Not to keen on Hidden Frontiers but it has it's moments.

Comment by Ellen Asherah on October 14, 2011 at 10:19am

Every few months I take time to search the internet to find the lastest fan film productions.

Comment by Rhian Jo'rek on July 27, 2011 at 8:56am
Hi I just joined this group!!!!!!!
Comment by Mark Fox on May 16, 2011 at 2:56pm

Found this link over on the Trek BBS:

 

http://www.startreksecretvoyage.com/index.html

 

Looks interesting. ;-)

Comment by ZoMBIE Krik on May 15, 2011 at 4:03am

Hello Trek Friends

Some friends & I just finished our Short Film "Just Like Death"

I know I know it's not a full blown fan film ...


but we want to share it with you guys...

So come support true independent film 

Check it out...  and see if you can spot the trek reference!

Click on the link ----> "Just Like Death"

thanks ZoMBIE Kirk 

Comment by Barbara Reader on April 11, 2011 at 7:03am
Welcome to the Star Trek Fan Film group at Trekspace. Yorktown: A Time to Heal's progress is an inspiration to everyone who ever cheered for a fan film which couldn't be finished because life got in the way of Trek. There is always hope!
http://startrekreviewed.blogspot.com/2009/06/143.html (See (M) and (N))
Comment by Capt J.T. Atkin on April 11, 2011 at 5:52am

Hey everyone,

I am currently working with Stan Woo to finish his 1986 fan film "Yorktown: A Time to Heal." The film stars George Takei as Sulu. Currently finishing the FX with new CGI, and filming missing scenes. You can check out work on our group at the link below. You can also check out our Facebook group page! (Yorktown: A Time to Heal)

http://www.trekspace.org/group/yorktown

 

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