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Old August 23 2009, 05:04 AM   #1
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Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

It's that time of year I remember so well as a kid -- not getting ready to go back to school, but instead that whole experience of buying the Fall Preview edition of TV Guide. It was so exciting to check out what was coming soon! I'd start planning which TV shows I was going to watch in the fall. Sometimes they predicted the hits and sometimes they were way off base, but it was always great fun having something to look forward too.

This is my attempt to do that for us who love to watch these new Star Trek Fan Productions. It's been a fairly quiet summer, but just have a look at what's coming soon this Fall from all these high quality fan productions! I think you'll be surprised! It's GREAT NEWS! Almost every production is putting something out this fall! Prepare to engage yourself with quality Trek entertainment.

Starship Farragut: The Animated Episodes
"Power Source" 3rd (final) Act due by the end of August
Trailer, Acts 1 & 2, available now: http://www.farragut-animated.com/episode.html

Star Trek: Odyssey
“The Immortal Loom” (Season 2, Episode 2) late August
http://www.hiddenfrontier.com/

Star Trek: Phase II
"Blood and Fire" Part 2 early September (Labour Day at the soonest but probably a little later)
Part 1 of this Two Episode story has been out for a while and getting rave reviews!
http://www.startreknewvoyages.com/episodes.html

Star Trek: The Helena Chronicles
“Red Sky At Morn” early September
http://www.hiddenfrontier.com/

Starship Exeter
"The Tressaurian Intersection" November (pure speculation on my part)
Teaser, Acts 1, 2 & 3 have been available for months, well, years, and most fans have lost hope in ever seeing the Tag/Credits or what most have been calling Act 4, but based on posts from Michael at Neo f/x, Dennis Bailey and posts representing input from Jimm Johnson, they're all working on it and though they need a couple more months, it will be completed! So "November" is purely a speculative guess, but it sure would be nice!
http://starshipexeter.com/

Star Trek: The Helena Chronicles
“Leashed Thunder” closer to the end of the year
http://www.hiddenfrontier.com/

Starship Farragut: The Animated Episodes
"The Needs of the Many" by the end of the year
http://www.farragut-animated.com/episode.html

Star Trek: Phoenix
"Cloak and Dagger" by the end of the year
http://stphoenix.com/

Star Trek: Phase II
"Enemy: Starfleet" getting some pickup shots in early October, no word on release date yet but definitely coming

Star Trek: Phase II
"The Child" previewing in unfinished form at Dragon Con, no word on release date yet but definitely coming

And on deck....
Star Trek: Enterprise - The New Generation
"Crossroads" late 2009 / early 2010
A crew is working on an English Dub of Der Zeitspiegel, a German Stop Motion Animation fan film that was released in 2008.
The new English voice cast includes some Trek familiars: Paul R. Sieber, Ron Boyd, Meghan King Johnson, Rex Duis and Ralph M. Miller with special guest voice performances by Vic Mignogna, Jeffery Quinn, Charles Root, Julienne Irons and John Lim.
A trailer for is available: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5urqFptyOzc

Star Trek: Intrepid
"Machinations" 2010 (Hard at work, just not yet sure when it will be released, they might surprise us)
http://www.starshipintrepid.net/[/li]

Star Trek: Intrepid
"The Stone Unturned" 2010 (Post-production power! Not yet sure about a projected release date)
Captain Picard on an Indiana Jones style adventure! Wow! This episode sounds spectacular. They have Jean Luc Picard impersonator Giles Aston guest starring in this episode.

To wrap up this fall preview, you might enjoy this recent video of Giles Aston / Capt Picard: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QABjG-Fakgc

PLEASE let me know if you have better release date info that I've posted here. For my own entertainment and anticipation, I wanted to make a list; then I thought it might be good to share it with everyone else. I do have documentation for the dates I've given above. If you're a producer and want me to change any of the above info just PM me or post a reply and I will modify as per your request. I've tried to use the best data available from various Trek forums to produce this "schedule." If I've failed to include your production, post a reply; I will consider adding to the list. I did focus on all my favourite video productions so I may have inadvertently left some out. There's lots for us fans to be excited about! It's going to be a great Fall for Trek.
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Old August 25 2009, 12:26 AM   #2
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

Great thread! I know there are couple of projects still being tossed about, and not fianlized so we will see if there wil be more to add later.
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Old August 25 2009, 03:40 AM   #3
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

Thanks again, CaptainKen. I tried to find out if anything was coming during the summer, and if it weren't for that cricket.....
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Old August 25 2009, 09:35 AM   #4
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

Nice. Can't wait to see everything once it comes out. I think the Enterprise one might be worth taking a look at from what I saw of from the preview.
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Old August 25 2009, 03:15 PM   #5
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

I was quite surprised by this fall list of releases. I knew there were some big ones coming like Phase II's "Blood and Fire - Part 2" and Odyssey's "Immortal Loom" but I had no idea there's about a dozen Trek productions scheduled to make releases this fall/early winter! After making the list and getting excited I thought it would be worth sharing with the community of fans.
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Old August 26 2009, 07:05 PM   #6
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

I just saw that Star Trek: Aurora has produced its third act, with the fourth to arrive sometime in the fall. I don't have a link on me. Can someone post a link to that site?
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Old August 26 2009, 07:48 PM   #7
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

Here is a link to Star Trek: Aurora http://www.auroratrek.com/index.html

And here is a website which has links to literally hundreds of fan films which are available and ready to watch:

http://startrekreviewed.blogspot.com/

Bookmark the second website, and you'll never have to look far to find your favorite Star Trek Fan Films!
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Old August 26 2009, 07:49 PM   #8
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I just saw that Star Trek: Aurora has produced its third act, with the fourth to arrive sometime in the fall. I don't have a link on me. Can someone post a link to that site?
Here's the link: http://www.auroratrek.com/episodes.html
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Old August 26 2009, 07:54 PM   #9
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>>Starship Farragut: The Animated Episodes
"Power Source" 3rd (final) Act due by the end of August
Trailer, Acts 1 & 2, available now: http://www.farragut-animated.com/episode.html<<

The convention schedule says the full "Power Source" will be debuted on Friday at DragonCon Labor Day Weekend.

Also, Star Trek: Phase II
"Blood and Fire" Part 2 early September (Labor Day at the soonest but probably a little later)
Part 1 of this Two Episode story has been out for a while and getting rave reviews!
http://www.startreknewvoyages.com/episodes.html<<

According to the DragonCon schedule, Phase II will show the completed "Blood and Fire: on Saturday.

Again, theee are listed in the DragonCon schedule. Who knows if something will change by then, but that's the latest information I have.
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Old August 27 2009, 07:23 AM   #10
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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

Captain Randy Hall:

Yes, "Power Source" is being shown at Dragon Con. Neo f/x has said they will be releasing it next week, or maybe sooner. So we'll get to see it before Dragon Con.

As far as Phase II goes, I'm pretty sure their plan is to screen "The Child" at Dragon Con. I don't see anything in the Trek Trak of Dragon Con that mentions BaF-2: http://www.trektrak.com/

The folks at Phase II have said that BaF Part 2 will be ready around Labour Day, but because they have so many of their crew attending Dragon Con, they may not release the episode on the web til a few days after Labour Day. And even though "The Child" will be screened at the Con, it will still be a while before it is officially released.

I'm not too familiar with Aurora Trek or the reliability of their release dates, but if you'd like me to add it to the list, I will.
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Old August 27 2009, 07:31 AM   #11
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I just saw that Star Trek: Aurora has produced its third act, with the fourth to arrive sometime in the fall. I don't have a link on me. Can someone post a link to that site?
Here's the link: http://www.auroratrek.com/episodes.html
Well, it was too late for me to Modify the list at the top of the thread, but the link has been given for ST: Aurora which projects releasing Part 4 this Fall.
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Old August 27 2009, 09:59 PM   #12
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Yes, "Power Source" is being shown at Dragon Con. Neo f/x has said they will be releasing it next week, or maybe sooner. So we'll get to see it before Dragon Con.

As far as Phase II goes, I'm pretty sure their plan is to screen "The Child" at Dragon Con. I don't see anything in the Trek Trak of Dragon Con that mentions BaF-2: http://www.trektrak.com/

The folks at Phase II have said that BaF Part 2 will be ready around Labour Day, but because they have so many of their crew attending Dragon Con, they may not release the episode on the web til a few days after Labour Day. And even though "The Child" will be screened at the Con, it will still be a while before it is officially released.

I'm not too familiar with Aurora Trek or the reliability of their release dates, but if you'd like me to add it to the list, I will.
Well, since I do a column for SciFiPulse.net called Fan Film Friday, I'm always on the lookout for some new things to review since I have to fill 52 Fridays a year. The two leads are a human woman and a vulcan woman in a cargo ship.
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Yes, "Power Source" is being shown at Dragon Con. Neo f/x has said they will be releasing it next week, or maybe sooner. So we'll get to see it before Dragon Con.

As far as Phase II goes, I'm pretty sure their plan is to screen "The Child" at Dragon Con. I don't see anything in the Trek Trak of Dragon Con that mentions BaF-2: http://www.trektrak.com/

The folks at Phase II have said that BaF Part 2 will be ready around Labour Day, but because they have so many of their crew attending Dragon Con, they may not release the episode on the web til a few days after Labour Day. And even though "The Child" will be screened at the Con, it will still be a while before it is officially released.
The schedule you looked at was a different one than I saw. That one simply said Phase II for two hours, and I assumed that was "Blood and Fire" since as far as I know, that's the closest to being released.

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Re: Fall Previews: What's coming soon in Star Trek fan productions?

I'm not trying to take over the thread or anything, but I just came across a site that is dedicated to animated Star Trek, and it seems they've finished their first 30-minute episode.

Here's the link if you're interested: http://www.danhausertrek.com/AnimatedSeries/Main.html
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Captain Randy Hall wrote: View Post
I'm not trying to take over the thread or anything, but I just came across a site that is dedicated to animated Star Trek, and it seems they've finished their first 30-minute episode.

Here's the link if you're interested: http://www.danhausertrek.com/AnimatedSeries/Main.html
Yes, it's a great website. I've discussed it in http://startrekreviewed.blogspot.com/2009/06/23.html
of my blog. Their primary focus is not on creating fan films, but they have done one anyway!
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