It’s been two years today since infamous producer Alec Peters joined me to discuss his professional fan film Axanar. Since then, he’s settled the law suit, moved to Atlanta, started
Fan Film Factor Attacks TREKZONE.org – Meanwhile, Axanar Fans Demand Evidence CBS Invited Australia’s FIRST Star Trek Fan Site
TREKZONE.org allegedly has too few hits per month to be considered for the All Access affiliate deal, and fan film Star Trek: Continues should not have been included at all.
In this editorial, I dissect the latest tidbits of information about Axanar and her studio that is and isn’t an integral part of the film that won’t be. Alec Peters
As the dust clears on the massive announcement that CBS, Paramount and Axanar Productions had reached a settlement agreement, I’m working on providing a comprehensive wrap up of what this
Celebrating three years of The Trekzone Spotlight with continuing coverage of the Axanar saga. On this edition, I’m joined by the one time director who parted ways with Alec Peters
For a long time, today’s guest was on my wish list and I’ve finally had the opportunity to e-meet and interview him for The Trekzone Spotlight. Vic started his working
Continuing TREKZONE.org’s coverage of the Star Trek: Axanar legal proceedings against CBS and Paramount, author Dave Galanter sat down with me via Skype for a chat about his dealings with
It’s come to a point in the legal case where battle lines are being etched in permanent marker and for some you are either with Axanar or against it, and
After making a Spiral Media road trip a priority and rebuilding a badly damaged edit suite, this edition of The Trekzone Spotlight is being released a lot later than I
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