Six weeks of pre-production culminated in the live stream of The 2022 Trekzone Fan Film Awards. Relive the winners in these special posts…
Gary Davis, David Wrenn and the team over at Dreadnought Dominion gave some love to Mum’s everywhere this Mother’s Day in a film that see’s Captain Jason Brousseau’s Mum visit the three nacelled Dreadnought he commands.
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.
Many folks doubted whether he’d make it to this point, some questioned whether he ever actually would, but Alec Peters has wrangled a cast and crew together for the first of three shoots for the Axanar short films permitted under his settlement with CBS and Paramount almost three years ago.
Axanar’s in trouble with Star Trek’s owners, and this time they may have finally come fully unstuck.
Aaron Vanderkley’s Star Trek fan film swansong, Line of Duty, premieres exclusively on Trekzone in a very special live stream direct from Waikiki.
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…
Gary O’Brien has been on Trekzone a couple of times in the past few months, promoting his forthcoming fan film The Holy Core… from giving me the exclusive details of
Go-to fan film VFX guy Sam Cockings swings by Trekzone to chat about his fan film Temporal Anomaly…
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