The return of Star Trek: Lexington!

Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by lexington1709, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. lexington1709

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    I am happy to make a very big announcement. Lexington is BACK!!!

    In the last few months, we’ve been working to get a production to you and we are at the point we can now make this announcement. First off, I would like to announce that we’ve got a cast together that we think you will enjoy seeing in action! I want to personally thank each one of these wonderful people for committing to our series and I am really looking forward to working with them as we start pre-production on the pilot episode!

    The command crew of the U.S.S. Lexington (NCC-1709-A) are:

    Captain Alexander McKnight – played by Keith Harris
    Commander Angelica McKnight – played by Kim Vickery
    Commander Declan Ironsides – played by Jim Brucke
    Commander Brieanna Smith – played by: Dallas Teague-Snider
    Lieutenant Commander Dawn Mathias Gabrielle Metz
    Lieutenant Commander Jason Lee – played by Dennis Tillery
    Lieutenant Commander Saavik – played by TBD
    Lieutenant Valentina Tereshkova – played by Lisa Mason

    Second, I want to announce that Lexington has officially started their own IndieGoGo campaign! Your donations will be put to use in procuring items, such as uniforms, accessories, costumes, props, additional equipment, makeup, and the like that any production needs! I think that if we make our goal, we will have one kick ass pilot! The campaign’s website is: http://igg.me/at/stlexington/x/4729266.

    Thank you for your support and I hope we will not disappoint.

    Sincerely,
    Joseph Bonice
    Series Creator & Producer, Star Trek: Lexington
     
  2. DCR

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    Welcome back.

    What are you doing for sets? Green screen, physical sets? I know the era may make it more difficult to share a set with an existing production.

    I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

    Good luck, and Clear Ether!
     
  3. lexington1709

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    Greenscreen sets
     
  4. northstar

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    Interesting - all the best of luck to you.

    I am just wondering - with everything greenscreen, but not one single point for the vfx supplies in the estimated costs. I understand that all work is volunteering, but won´t they need computers, software, just like the DoP needs a camera?
     

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