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Old October 31 2012, 04:23 PM   #736
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Re: Project: Potemkin, a Star Trek Fan Film

Thanks, Kelso -- we're shooting the next vignette with him in about three weeks!
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Old November 2 2012, 06:50 AM   #737
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And I'm thrilled at how good the live-action Klingons look in purple!
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Old November 3 2012, 01:40 AM   #738
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You know, this vignette was based on the animated series, so it only seemed proper to try to pay homage to the purple and purple uniforms of its Klingons.
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Old November 3 2012, 04:45 AM   #739
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Real Klingons wear purple!
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Old November 3 2012, 04:57 AM   #740
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LOL Why, yes, they do.
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Old November 3 2012, 05:52 AM   #741
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More periwinkle.
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Old November 3 2012, 09:36 PM   #742
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Kelso wrote: View Post
Real Klingons wear purple!
To match the color of their blood.
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Old November 18 2012, 05:25 PM   #743
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On November 17th 2012, the cast and crew of Project: Potemkin completed another vignette, "The Shovel of Kahless."



Starring Jeffrey Green as Captain Grigory, Bill Mackenzie as Lt. Commander Caley, Renda Carr as Dr. Drake and Richard Thorton as Lt. Frazier. Guest starring William C. Searcy as Corporal Khomar (Ret.), Ashley Longacre as Qem'Bo, Eric Holt and Jeremy Ellenberg as the sons of Khomar. Also starring Jack Zumwalt as Captain Kesh, Robert Ladimer as Voltar, Tom Knighton as Bob Petaki. With Keith Harris as Carter Winston. Directed by Sara Higgins Mackenzie. Hosted by Linda Marcusky and Kim Landers. Produced by Randall Landers.



All in all, it was a terrific shoot with the whole cast helping out with the makeup and the production in general. The Klingon cast members were called at 9:00am, and they ended up looking terrific.



Check out more pictures on our Facebook group:

http://www.facebook.com/groups/projectpotemkin/
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Old November 25 2012, 03:10 AM   #744
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Been a busy little weekend here:

1) Updated the main Project: Potemkin site with a News article on "The Shovel of Kahless" http://www.projectpotemkin.com/index.php?id=195

2) Continuing to make repairs to the bridge astrogator. We've replaced the service board with 15/16" plywood. Captain Grigory will be able to prop up his feet on the new panel. LOL

3) Uploading a BUNCH more "Shovel of Kahless" pictures to our Photobucket account: http://s1112.beta.photobucket.com/us...emkin/library/ (These were taken mostly by Tim Carr, with William C. Searcy taking many as well.)

4) Contacted Keiichi-K1 at Deviant Art, and obtained his permission to use his helm-navigation panel as well as several of his animated Flash objects on various screens throughout the set. Really looking forward to using them. You can view his artwork page at: http://keiichi-k1.deviantart.com/gallery/2157624

5) We will be shooting two short, bridge-based vignettes ("Command Decision" and "Just Once") on December 21st and 22nd. Both scripts were written by David Eversole.

6) Trying to figure out a good weekend in January to shoot a landing party episode in Little Ocmulgee State Park which is about 100 miles from here. We'll need three cast members for Gorn, and three landing party members. Bear in mind, the Gorn are going to be completely obscured by the lizard masks.

7) Doug Harper is putting together a shoot in the Pittsburgh (PA) area. If you're interested, you can contact him here as USS Jack Riley, on Facebook as G. Douglas Harper, or you can contact me and I'll forward your email directly to him.

Hoping everyone ate far less than I did --- no more dressing and gravy for a while for me --- and that you all had a great Thanksgiving!
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Old December 12 2012, 05:26 AM   #745
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We're pleased to announce that we'll be filming two vignettes on the weekend of the 21st and 22nd. We've cast local actress Ann Young to play Captain Peggy Spurlock of the USS Athena. Spurlock, who has spent many years as its captain, has often bemoaned the fact that nothing interesting ever happens with the Athena...

Additional details and photos to be released after the shoots!
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Old December 23 2012, 01:28 AM   #746
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The cast of "Command Decision" and "Just Once" posed for a publicity still during this weekend's shoot of those two vignettes.



Back: Bill Mackenzie as Lt. Cmdr. Quinton Caley, Guest Star Ann Young as Fleet Captain Peggy Spurlock, Eric R. Moore as Commander Polim n'Ahman, Stephanie Burke as Lieutenant Sharon M'tume, Ande Ross as Ensign Gordon Avery, Chris Coleman as Lieutenant Drew Wallace.

Front: Abby Evans as Lieutenant Tyler Landon, Kim Landers as Lieutenant M'Anna, Jeffrey Green as Captain Alec Grigory, and Dakota Dodge as Ensign Burroughs.
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Old December 29 2012, 10:13 PM   #747
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We're pleased to announce that the first trailer from our upcoming episode, "The Night the Stars Fell from the Sky" is now on-line at YouTube: http://youtu.be/rGJgxXUkKH4

Our thanks to Steve Gallant for producing this promo for us!
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Old December 31 2012, 09:12 PM   #748
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UPDATE TO ALL EPISODES IN PRODUCTION:

First Season
S01-G Randy Landers and Rick Foxx are both at work on the VFX for the vignette, "Archway." This production stars Doug Harper, Richard Thornton, Hannah Ruiz and Jeff Green. Directed by Doug Harper.

S01-H Mark Brennan and Bob Reed continue to work on the VFX for the vignette, "Devil in the Details." This production stars Mario Pagan, Doug Harper, Eric R. Moore, Richard Thornton, and guest stars Cassie Martin and John Lenwell. Directed by Mario Pagan.

S01-2 R.H. Barr is now at work on the VFX for the full length 62min episode "The Night the Stars Fell from the Sky." This production stars Jeff Green, Christin Woods, Bill Mackenzie, Pamela Robinson and Richard Thornton, and guest stars Dennis Proulx, William C. Searcy, Sara Higgins Mackenzie. Also featured: Doug Harper, Eric R. Moore, Eric Holt, James Green. Directed by Jeffrey Green.

Second Season
S02-A Bill Walker is at work on the VFX for "Duty Bound." This vignette stars Jeffrey Green, Sara Higgins Mackenzie, Doug Harper, Hannah Ruiz, Chris Coleman, Richard Thornton, Kim Landers, and Jason Ryan Wallace. Directed by Bill Mackenzie.

S02-B VFX artist Chris Cameron is at work on the rough cut of "Darkness." This vignette stars Chris Coleman, Bill Mackenzie, Christin Woods, Sara Higgins Mackenzie, Stephanie Burke and Pamela Robinson. Directed by Randy Landers.

S02-C Rick Foxx has completed a rough cut of "Second Contact."*The VFX for this production will be completed by Kenneth Thomson. The vignette stars Doug Harper, Abby Evans, Jeffrey Green, Dakota Dodge, James Green, Tim Lloyd, and Robert Ladimer.

S02-D Randy Landers has completed a rough cut for "Ashes." This vignette features Jeffrey Green, Bill Mackenzie, Sara Higgins Mackenzie and Abby Evans. It was shot in downtown Americus, Georgia. Chris Cameron will be providing the VFX for this episode.

S02-E The vignette, "Beach Towel," has been edited by Rick Foxx. VFX by Rick Endres and Chris Cameron have been incorporated into the production which stars Sara Higgins Mackenzie, Keith Harris, Eric Holt, Jeremy Ellenberg, Bill Mackenzie and Pamela Robinson. Directed by Bill Mackenzie.

S02-F Sara Higgins Mackenzie directed "The Shovel of Kahless" which features Jeffrey Green, Jack Zumwalt, William Searcy, Eric Holt, Jeremy Ellenberg, Ashley Longacre, Bill Mackenzie, Renda Carr, Richard Thornton and Robert Ladimer. VFX for this vignette will be completed by Kenneth Thompson. Sara Mackenzie and Randall Landers will begin editing this production in the new year.

S02-G "Command Decision" is a vignette starring Jeffrey Green, Chris Coleman, Eric R. Moore, Kim Landers, Dakota Dodge, Bill Mackenzie, Abby Evans and Stephanie Burke, and featuring Ande Ross. Recently shot, it's now in the queue to be edited.

S02-H The production, "Just Once," is another vignette set aboard the bridge of the Potemkin, and stars Jeffrey Green, Eric R. Moore, Abby Evans, Ande Ross, Chris Coleman, Stephanie Burke, Dakota Dodge, Kim Landers and Bill Mackenzie. Special guest star: Ann Young. This one is also in the queue to be edited.

S02-I "The Lucky One," a vignette shot in our digital sickbay, is in the hands of editor Rick Foxx. This episode features Renda Carr as Dr. Maura Drake, Chief Medical Officer of the Potemkin. Editing is expected to begin in the new year.

S02-J "Red Sky at Night," a vignette to be shot in January (I hope!) will feature Jeffrey Green as Captain Grigory and William Searcy as an old friend of his from the Academy.

Third Season
S03-1 The Ft. Gaines' frontier village will be the location for the upcoming episode, "Two Worlds," written by Ray Coleman. This is a 20-30 minute episode.

S03-2 The episode "The Monsters Are With Us" by Charles Kelso Bramlett. This is a 20-30 minute episode. This episode will be shot at our brig, transporter and corridor sets at Fast Copy in Albany, Georgia.

S03-A The vignette, "Holding Area," by David Eversole, is schedule to be shot in 2013. This 10-minute vignette will star Christin Woods and Jeffrey Green. This production will be shot at a nearby vacation home.

S03-3 The episode, "Cassie," featuring Jeffrey Green is scheduled for the upcoming year as well. Delays with this 30-minute production are associated with its location; we want the right locale for this very significant production.

Other productions to be announced later!
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Old December 31 2012, 09:34 PM   #749
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^^^I see we finally have a suitable title for the T'Noshi/Grigory vignette. Christ, I must have tried on twenty with no success. Thanks. That fits very well.

And a note, "The Monsters are With Us" is written by the TrekBBS's very own poster "Kelso." It is one heck of a fine script in the very best traditions of TOS -- a morality play within a detective story framework.
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Old December 31 2012, 09:54 PM   #750
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I thought of it on the fly this afternoon as I work to update all our sites by the year's end. I almost went with "Buffering..." but chose a more Human-centric one.

Kelso's script is a winner. I actually was sketching this afternoon at Fast Copy. We're building a T-shaped corridor (with at least one turbolift) for "Monsters" and "Red Sky" and a brig set for "Monsters." I may ask Michael Zock for his input on the square space we have available for the brig.
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