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We just finished studio shooting of the next STAR TREK CONTINUES episode, and the next few months will be filled with editing, music cues, color correction, and sound mixing to make certain that our fourth full-length episode meets everyone’s expectations. We want STAR TREK CONTINUES to feel like our favorite show never got a cancellation notice.
This past year we have been overwhelmed with joy in winning awards from both the “Geekies” and the Burbank Film Festival, with trophies given to our productions for excellent storytelling and entertaining web production. We are flattered and grateful for the recognition.
It’s so amazing to look around the bridge set, or walk the corridors of the Enterprise that have been painstakingly recreated with the same layout used on Stage 9 at Desilu. We have a dedicated team of professionals and “Treksperts” involved to insure both accuracy and good stewardship of our limited resources. But we wouldn’t be able to tell these stories, build the sets, gather the props, round up the right actors, create the costumes and makeup and make STAR TREK again without the support of thousands of fans.
Many have written to us to find out how they can keep a good thing going. The timing is pretty good for that question – since we just launched our second “Kirkstarter” crowd funding effort that will hopefully generate enough support to keep our production going.
Our first “Kirkstarter” was very successful, giving us the resources to produce three episodes thanks to the dedication of many passionate volunteers who give of their time and treasure to make STAR TREK CONTINUES fly.
And while people look at me as the Captain of the Ship, I can assure you that there are dozens of hardworking, dedicated people who share a similar passion for the world that Gene Roddenberry and his team created nearly 50 years ago.
If you like what you see with STAR TREK CONTINUES, then please make a contribution and help us fund the production of future episodes!
Captain of the Enterprise