Fan Production Submissions

Discussion in 'Fan Productions' started by Mallory, Nov 21, 2007.

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  1. Maurice

    Maurice Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    Well, the YouTube End Screens are simple enough. On each film you can plug in a link to another film or playlist, and set when that little box appears with it (like right at the end). Although YouTube no longer allows the old-style annotations, if you look at "The Tressaurian Intersection" right at the end as the ship flies away we have a link that reads "Watch the pilot episode 'The Savage Empire' now!" Likewise, "Savage" points to TTI.

    I am actually in contact with some of the makers of the prehistoric fanfilms and trying to get them better preserved. I was just chatting with the maker of Steam Trek , and previously emailed with Art Binninger of Star Trix . I'm hoping Art can dig up the original Super 8mm reels for his films so I can do a 2K scan of them at the Internet Archive so people can see what they actually looked like and not the terrible and murky video-the-projection transfers currently on YouTube.
     
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    It would be terrific to preserve those! @Potemkin_Prod - I hear ya on SnapChat (I had to get on it for school last year). Between it and Twitter, the attraction is generally the impermanence of it all, except Twitter is anything but, and SnapChat's so-called impermanence is defeated with a simple screenshot. Instagram has a decent community; it's very hashtag-driven. On Twitter, too many hashtags are either done ironically or they look amateurish. On Instagram, they're practically a necessity.
     
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    I've used all three and can't see the point of them. Facebook is more or less a general BBS with pics and links and cool stuff. Instagram comes in second with me because I can post pics from our production shoots. Twitter is mainly pics or people saying hostile things. And SnapChat seems to be some sort of hook up joint. LOL
     
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    Sound great!

    I told some fan filmmakers about your list so they can add their films.
     
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    SnapChat is dominated by tweens and teens; it's most likely not a good fit for Trek fan films, anyway.
     
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    I just made a backup copy of the sheet in its current state and locked it so if newcomers mess anything up I can easily undo it.
     
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    Published on 3 Nov 2017

     
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  8. Maurice

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    I added it to the sheet, and another film it referenced. But I encourage anyone who finds a film not listed there to add to to the bottom of the sheet (link). Or, if you're not comfortable poking around in that, share here the URL, title, series name (if any), Trek era, and a copy of the description, becuase otherwise I have to poke around and find all that.
     
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  9. Potemkin_Prod

    Potemkin_Prod Commodore Commodore

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    Error at the bottom: 1905 was a bit early for fan films. :)
     
  10. Maurice

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    Fixed. But that wasn't the publicly editable sheet.
     
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  12. Maurice

    Maurice Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    Why not just...


    ? :)
     
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