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A blog about life in general, in as many languages as I can manage. Ενα ιστολόγιο περι ζωής, πολυγλωσσο - σε όσες γλωσσες εχω μεράκι να γράψω.

Pacific 201 - Part II

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 Here's Part II of Pacific 201.  I can't wait to see the tech manual that was developed for this fan film :-)


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Pacific 201 - Part I

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Another fan film is out! (crowdfunded less than Axanar, crowdfunded after Axanar, and is out before Axanar. Go figure ;-)


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The Romulan War - A star trek fan film

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This Star Trek fan film came out better than I expected last December.  Some good fan films are coming out again despite Axanar ruining it for everyone.

If you listen closely, I contributed to some of the additional voices :-)


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Where's camptain pike?

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Seems like old school fan films (pre CBS guidelines) are pretty quiet.  Axanar seems to be 'working' on it, and Pacific 201 sends some periodic updates.  Captain Pike on the other hand seems MIA.  I think this might be one of those casualties (or maybe a study case for kickstarter risks).  Too bad that it looks like this won't come out (especially considering that Pike will be - at least peripherally - in Star Trek Discovery), looked interesting.




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Fan Film down!

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Seems like another (star trek) fan-film is down...or at least temporarily halted.  The Star Trek: Temporal Anomaly fan film seems to be in talks with CBS.  Since they started their work before all the "guidelines" came about (mostly because of Axanar, it seems), they were under the impression that they were grandfathered into the non-guideline era.  This is the third fan film (after axanar, and Star Trek: Ride of the Federation) that gets this treatment.  Oh well... hopefully the full intended film can be "released" in some fashion 😏

The synopsis:
Star Trek: Temporal Anomaly is the story of an average day aboard the Enterprise 1701-E which takes place just after the incident with the Ba’ku featured in Star Trek: Insurrection. An anomaly suddenly forms and within the blink of an eye somehow leaves only 1 Ensign aboard the Federation flagship. He soon discovers other ships from other times have also been brought to that region of space and each with only 1 crew member left aboard. With each ship badly damaged the remaining cross-era crew must join forces against an unlikely foe as the fate of their ships, their lost crews and over 200 years of history is threatened.

The trailer:

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Splinter Cell: Part II

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Part II of the Splinter Cell fan film was released this past week with 20 minutes more of the prequel story. It was an interesting video to watch (and now I'm waiting for Part III which I assume wraps up the story), but some of the dialogue seemed to be a little odd for the character of Sam Fisher and it sounded a little more like a generic action hero. Perhaps we can write it off as this being a younger, less experienced (more volatile?) Sam Fisher?  Looking forward to part III


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Star Trek Continues E11 "To Boldly Go: Part II"

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Well, the finale of Star Trek Continues is here.  I really wish that this series had had a handful more episodes before this grand finale - which ties in TOS with the movies, but oh well...axanar ;-) .  The finale was actually quite good.  I was hoping we'd see more Kirk in a TMP uniform, but I guess not.  This series is worth seeing from start to finish now that is it done (in case you missed it).  I do wonder how Phase II would fit in with continues.  Maybe between both series this could be a 'complete' 20 episode season, post TAS :)  

Star Trek Continues E11 "To Boldly Go: Part II" from Star Trek Continues on Vimeo.
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Axanar interview

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I came across this Trekzone Axanar interview. This is part II, the Alec Peters part, Part I was a bit of a train-wreck. You do get some clips from part I with Alec, but it's clear that Alec shouldn't be doing interviews (or be online really) - the focus should be on finishing these two mini Axanar parts now that the big movie can't be done.  By the way, where are the perks?  Some perks should be getting shipped (like patches for example).


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Star Trek Continues E09 "What Ships Are For" by Star Trek Continues

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A new episode of Star Trek Continues is out! Sad that there are only 2 more left... :-/


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Chasing the infinite sky

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I came across this (really short) fan film a few weeks ago but I had not had time to watch it up until now.  The design aesthetic is definitely NuTrek, but that doesn't bother me.  It does fit within the CBS/Paramount fan-film guidelines, and in doing so it really lacks much engagement.

The more brutal star trek fans out there say that it sucks, for a variety of reasons, including that it's NuTrek and that people are using warp speed in a solar system (OK, let's not be THAT picky!).  I think the fact that we don't really get to see a ton of people and we don't get to connect with them is the bigger issue, but there is only so much you can do with short videos.  This reminds me very much of the intro to an episode and I expect to see more.  For what it is, it ain't bad.


Chasing The Infinite Sky (Star Trek Fan Film SHORT) 21:9 format from Albert Martinez on Vimeo.
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