For almost two decades, Star Trek fan films have been entertaining a niche market of Trekkies around the world. However in the past five years a perceived arms race between the biggest of the players built into an inevitable end game that saw the landscape irrevocably changed.
I’ve long been a champion of true fan films set in our beloved universe – hosting numerous Fan Film Done Right interviews, while so many other Trek podcasts don’t even give them a passing glance. But something caught my mind’s eye last week and it’s taken me a few days to conceptualise it in written form…
I might’ve left the daily fight behind, but I’m still keeping across all the developments of the fan film called Axanar. And over the past week there have been some interesting developments, not on the actual film… rather everything else that goes into making a business.
Well, it’s been about half an hour since the third and final installment in the Jonathan Lane interview was released and overall the reaction has been lukewarm to my interviewing
When the fan film guidelines dropped in 2016, Star Trek: Continues was already on the path to wrapping it’s production. A little over a year later the final episode was
It feels like a long time coming, but today it finally happened. I put myself out there in the Axamonitor Facebook group and was summarily shut down for holding a
Axamonitor has today revealed the itinerary of the “convention within a convention” cleverly titled “Axacon” – and what a con it seems to be. You’ll have to fork out at
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