At the beginning of the month, 455 films launched a crowdfunding campaign for an untitled documentary all about Star Trek: Voyager. The campaign has been a huge success and is still ongoing—and now they are ready to reveal the name of the doc, giving an exclusive first reveal to TrekMovie.
And the name is…
Tomorrow the team behind the Voyager documentary will be sending out an update revealing the chosen name. That title is…
To The Journey: Looking Back at Star Trek: Voyager
UPDATE: Title treatment
The team has sent over some key art with the title.
In addition to being evocative of the show’s premise of a ship lost in the Delta Quadrant, the name comes from the series finale. “To the journey” was the toast given by Reginald Barclay (in the original timeline) at a reunion party for the crew back home on Earth (see clip below). This naming follows a similar convention to how 455 films named their Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind, evocative of the DS9 series finale “What You Leave Behind.”
Close to HD stretch goal
Last week we reported that the Voyager doc had announced new stretch goals with the intent to remaster footage from Voyager used in the doc into high definition. Since that time they have already passed the goal to remaster “some” of the footage and are on their way to the $900,000 goal to remaster all the footage used for the doc. The current fundraising total is over $850,000 with nine days to go.
VOY Doc Director on TrekMovie podcast Friday
To the Journey producer and co-director, David Zappone will be the guest on this week’s TrekMovie.com podcast All Access Star Trek. That episode will be available on this site and wherever you get your podcasts on Friday morning.
If you have suggestions for questions to ask David Zappone, you can submit them below before 11 am on Wednesday.
To support the doc visit the Indigogo page.