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3D modeling Trekkies aren’t waiting for season two to see more of the Enterprise
Clip from new documentary features Nichelle Nichols as well as campaign organizers Bjo and John Trimble.
The film about a Star Trek fan’s journey has just been released
TrekMovie talks to the Star Trek fan behind the new movie about a Star Trek fan’s journey to connect.
The new independent film follows an autistic Star Trek fan (Dakota Fanning) who journeys to Hollywood to enter her script in a writing competition.
In a new independent film, Dakota Fanning plays an autistic Star Trek fan who journeys to Hollywood to enter her script in a writing competition.
The Duras Sisters took home the Grand Prize, with the Antedeans, a family of Borg, and Lwaxana and Mr. Homn winning Runners Up.
Will there be a third entry in the Star Trek fan documentary series? Co-producer Denise Crosby says i’ts at least a year away but she has a plan.
The mainstream media seem impressed with the new trailer which has also sparked a debate among fans, and seems to be attracting some new ones too.
Fans have been busy coming up with their own art while waiting for more official images and videos.
Star Trek fans took to the streets on Earth Day to show their support for scientists around the world.
Brace for impact as the franchises collide.
This year, the Pop Culture Hero Coalition, an anti-bullying non-profit founded by Chase Masterson (Leeta, DS9), has teamed up with Star Trek stars who ask that you start 2017 with a resolution to Be Kind to one another. You can join the fight and be a real life hero by pledging to be kind, and you can do it in style with a Be Kind tee shirt.
The Star Trek: Voyager actor Manu Intiraymi has been mulling the idea of a series about the convention circuit for 15 years. TrekMovie interviewed Intiraymi about his new film venture, which includes a host of actors from Star Trek and other sci-fi franchises.
Vocal minorities tend to lead perception. It’s not necessarily because they are right, but because they are loud, consistent in message and sometimes the only mouthpiece. Lately however, that vox populi has taken its gripes and issues to an entirely new level; one that ridicules, mocks and bullies creators online, as well as posting critical and negative comments to anything and everything covering something that supposedly brings these fans great joy. All of these behaviors can easily be attached to countless fandoms currently occupying the zeitgeist, yet sadly it seems to have taken a firm hold on Star Trek, which is disappointing considering what the franchise represents.
We are all too familiar with the crewmember doomed to a certain fate who sports a red shirt. We have seen the terrible end for those brave crimson-clad crewmen time and time again. One man has taken this morose trope from the screen and turned it into a reality at the last Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC)!
A TrekMovie writer takes a look back at the lead-up to the film that began Trek’s foray onto the silver screen, ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture.’
Adam B. Vary of BuzzFeed just published an in depth article on Star Trek fandom (centered primarily around the reboot movies and Axanar as two different sides of Trek and fandom), titled “Who Owns Star Trek? How Star Trek Created, Lost, And Won Back Its Devoted Fandom”. With interviews from Trek actors, producers, directors, and fans, it’s a great read. Click through for some choice excerpts.
Adam Nimoy’s highly anticipated documentary, For The Love of Spock, officially has a release date. You’ll be able to catch it in select theaters in the US and on demand this September 9th, exactly 50 years + 1 day after the premiere of the first episode of the original series.
Star Trek fans looking for an experience uniquely geared for them need look no further than what’s beaming in to Ticonderoga, New York, from September 4th – 6th. The new convention, Trekonderoga, will be celebrating all things Trek. In attendance will be an array of guests who were part of Star Trek both in front and behind the cameras. In addition to the more traditional celebrity aspect of a convention, they will also be hosting tours of actual sets, conducting make-up workshops, and special episode screenings with creators adding commentary along the way.
Phoenix Comicon (PhxCC) is just around the corner, and Trekkies are deep into preparing their costumes for the big event. TrekMovie’s costuming expert Michael Nguyen talked with cosplayers from all over the Grand Canyon State to find out how they get Trekked out for the con. Whether they’re making costumes, commissioning them, or buying parts for them, one thing is clear: Trekkies from all over Arizona are busy gearing up for one of the biggest conventions in the Southwest.