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Old October 21 2012, 06:39 PM   #76
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Old October 21 2012, 06:47 PM   #77
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Linnear, you seriously need to re-read your posts in this thread and Double-oh's before deciding who has the "drama free attitude".
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Old October 21 2012, 06:47 PM   #78
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Do you think you can let this thread serve its purpose and stop with your sock-puppet attacks?

Seriously, the immaturity of people who can't just let us do what we set this thread to do is mind boggling. And why Star Trek fans get a bad rap.

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I don't know what you hope to accomplish by continuing like this, but it is your behavior that's out of line. I'd suggest that you seriously rethink how you post here, and how you address other members.
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Old October 21 2012, 06:58 PM   #79
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Ho Hum.

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Old October 21 2012, 06:59 PM   #80
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Not really it might spur other interested fan fiction film makers to set up their own association or have fruitful discussions about collaboration.
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Old October 21 2012, 06:59 PM   #81
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To everyone else on this board. If you are a real person who wants to share and be part of a group of fun, dedicated film makers, let us know. The interactions some of us have had already have been fantastic.

Craig Sheeler of Star Trek: Secret Voyage and I spent a good part of the Creation Las Vegas convention together. I introduced him to Pony Horton, VFX guy extraordinaire, and Rick Chambers, one of Phase IIs writers. Craig is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet.

Jim Bray of Starship Ajax and I Skyped for almost an hour, as only geeks can do. Ajax is one of my favorite projects and John Hughes and Jim are two awesome folk. I introduced Jim to James Cawley and now Jim is going to the P2 shoot next month. Jim is an amazingly talented sculptor and mold maker too and his Gorn masks are simply amazing.

I am trying to get Nick Cook of Intrepid to come to the USA, but between work and his newborn baby, it will be tough, but I am determined to get him into Axanar. Our Facebook chats are awesome as he is such a friendly guy. I was able to get him a bunch of distressed costumes from Star Trek: The Experience at no cost from CBS.

We are all having fun and helping each other. If you have a helpful, drama-free attitude, we would love to have you.

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Old October 22 2012, 01:02 AM   #82
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Not really it might spur other interested fan fiction film makers to set up their own association or have fruitful discussions about collaboration.
Obviously, this is also an idea with some merit.
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Old October 22 2012, 01:40 AM   #83
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Not really it might spur other interested fan fiction film makers to set up their own association or have fruitful discussions about collaboration.
But who says we don't already? We just shot a vignette yesterday featuring the star of another production (Star Trek: Lexington).

Our lead actor, Jeffrey Green (Captain Grigory) lended his voice talents to http://startrekvalkyrie.com/

Michael Stutelberg of Star Trek: Eagle asked permission (which was freely granted) to use a young Ensign Grigory in a comic book production of his series.

We recommended one of our voice actors, Michael Liebmann, to another production. He did great for them.

This sort of thing goes on all the time.
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Old October 22 2012, 02:23 AM   #84
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But who says we don't already?
No one. They're saying an association might promote even more.
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Old October 22 2012, 02:25 AM   #85
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Oh, I agree completely, but I'm pointing out a lot of us already share resources and talent. Not sure everyone realizes that.
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Old October 22 2012, 03:49 AM   #86
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I'd like to say, for the record, I have no axe to grind with anyone from Continues or especially Farragut. Indeed, I count several people from the Farragut team as friends and colleagues, and people who have helped me out on more than one occasion.

I can't and won't comment on things that did not and do not involve me. I work on these projects because I enjoy them, and because I sometimes have an opportunity to work with people I like and/or admire. There's a lot of good people out there, and that's what this group is about. To my mind at least.
Coming in late to the party, but I've been away for a few days. I'm right there with Nick! And I'll have to say that Mike Bednar has been nothing but nice to me every time we communicate. His input to AJAX has been valuable.
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Old October 22 2012, 04:05 AM   #87
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Would audio dramas be welcome in this collective? I've done some work for Darker Projects' Star Trek shows, and have had a story in mind for a few years that would create an opportunity for some of our fellow fan film characters to cameo throughout the history of Trek.

I'd basically resigned myself to the notion of reaching out to each of the actors we want directly, but if the infrastructure is in place to facilitate it, would we be welcome or is this strictly for video projects?

You know I haven't thought about this. I think we each have fundamentally different needs. The question might be WHAT do we have that you need and vice-versa. I am not sure there is any overlap.

Alec
Actually, Alec some of these guys have been nice enough to send me bunches of walla/chatter files to use for AJAX...and I've done VO work, as well as has my wife. We'd love to help with a radio drama!
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Old October 22 2012, 05:25 AM   #88
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Ho hum. Well, this thread is now worthless.
Linnear, after reading today's stuff, you're definitely coming across in an immature and unpleasant manner now and I really need you to stop. You are doing *exactly* what you're accusing others of doing.

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From this post forward, if anyone continues this, I'm warning. I'm done with this behavior.

I don't want to see more notifies on this thread or any PM wars or whatever.

Most people here are grown adults and should act like grown adults. If anyone feels someone is trying to provoke, then as I've said earlier, mod notify works (and God knows we've had tons of mod notifies on this crap). DON'T respond in kind.
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Old October 22 2012, 06:10 AM   #89
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My apologies T'Boo. I wish you had closed the thread yesterday when it was clearly no longer useful. I just don't deal well with anonymous posters who attack me. Especially when I am trying to help people. I clearly over-reacted and I am sorry to have caused you grief.

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Old October 22 2012, 01:56 PM   #90
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Who is anonymous here? Mostly everyone here are long time posters, some of whom go back over the ten years I have been posting here. Obviously, some have Halloween names but there far from anonymous. Just saying..
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