|Star Trek: Horizon||
Star Trek: Horizon is a feature-length film, made by fans in love with Star Trek, that is set during the time of Enterprise (the fifth Star Trek series). It is our goal to create a feature film that is worthy of the name Star Trek and that can close out the story threads that were left hanging after Enterprise’s untimely cancellation in 2005. However, if you have not seen any previous Star Trek films or TV series, this close tie to Enterprise is not cause to worry. While this film will close out story threads that began in Enterprise, it will also certainly tell an original story and be able to stand alone as a science fiction feature film.
|Star Trek: Phase II||(Formerly known as Star Trek: New Voyages)
Co-creators James Cawley and Jack Marshall aimed to complete the original series' five-year mission, with actors cast as Kirk, Spock, and the rest of the Enterprise crew on an exact replica of the original bridge set. One episode, "To Serve All My Days," was written by D. C. Fontana, story editor on the original Star Trek series, and featured Walter Koenig guest-starring as an older version of Pavel Chekov, his character from the original series. Several other actors from the original Trek series have also now signed on to appear in future episodes. George Takei reprised his role of Hikaru Sulu in the third episode, "World Enough and Time", joining the original Yeoman Janice Rand, Grace Lee Whitney. Fan Films Quarterly listed New Voyages as one of the ten most pivotal moments in fan film history in its Summer 2006 issue, and it has been reported on by National Public Radio. New Voyages also won TV Guide's 2007 Online Video Award for best sci-fi Webisode. On February 16, 2008, during an appearance at the Farpoint Science Fiction Media Convention in Baltimore, Maryland, James Cawley announced that the series would shed the New Voyages moniker and become known as Star Trek: Phase II to reflect the transition between the original series and Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
|Star Trek: Encarta||Star Trek: Encarta began in early 2000 with Star Trek: Encarta The Motion Picture, and spawned three sequel film productions: Star Trek Encarta: Destiny's Advocate, Star Trek Encarta: Condemned, and Star Trek Encarta: Dark Hope. The fan film series Star Trek: Encarta stars Ryan Webber as Captain Jonathan Lynch, Robert Ford as Ensign William Tate, Chris Elliott as Commander Gregory McNight, and Sara Zimmerman as Lt. Sara Ranks. Ryan Webber has directed and helmed the projects; Webber and Executive Producer Jeremy Wolgemuth currently lead the saga into the final frontier and back. The films are based upon Star Trek: The Next Generation era, circa Star Trek: Insurrection/Star Trek: Voyager. The starship USS Encarta continues the legacy of Star Trek, boldly going where none have gone before. Encarta offers a new look into the final frontier through the eyes of visionaries Ryan Webber, Jeremy Wolgemuth, and Robert William Ford. The film saga to date has won twelve local film festivals and has been revamped to target larger markets.|
|Starship Exeter||An online series produced by Jimm and Joshua Johnson that focuses on the adventures of the starship USS Exeter (a sister ship of the Enterprise; both are Constitution-class Starships) in the original series era, with production design matching the era. It ceased production before completion of its second episode. It has been mentioned by the New York Times and Register-Guard (Oregon).|
|Starship Farragut||Launched in July 2005, this series takes place during the original series era, and tells the story of the crew of the USS Farragut, a sister ship of the Enterprise. As well as live-action episodes, Farragut has also produced two animated episodes styled after Star Trek: The Animated Series.|
|Star Trek: Hidden Frontier||A series with fifty produced episodes, the series is set shortly after the end of the Dominion War and centers on the starship Excelsior and its home base, Deep Space 12, as they mediate disputes between various races and fend off attacks from a powerful new alien race, the Grey. Fan Films Quarterly listed Hidden Frontier as one of the ten most pivotal moments in fan film history in its Summer 2006 issue. The BBC in 2006 called the series "the most prominent" Star Trek fan film following Star Trek: Enterprise's cancellation. Hidden Frontier spawned three live-action spinoffs (Odyssey, The Helena Chronicles, and Federation One) two 24th-century audio series (Henglaar, M.D. and Diplomatic Relations) and the 23rd-century movie-era audio series "Star Trek: Grissom".|
|Star Trek: Intrepid||A fan film produced in Scotland and currently the only Star Trek fan production in the U.K., Intrepid is set in the 24th century, several years after Star Trek: Nemesis, and revolves around the effort to colonise a distant and largely unexplored sector of the galaxy. This colony known as Uisge serves to produce the Federation's whiskey supply. The series follows the antics of the crew as they drink, fight, drink, get pregnant and drink. Star Trek: Intrepid was filmed entirely in Scotland and was released on May 26, 2007. GMTV presenter Lorraine Kelly has a brief appearance in Intrepid and the production has received extensive coverage in both national and international media, such as CNN, BBC Radio Scotland, The Guardian, and The Scotsman. Intrepid was featured on the UK Sci Fi Channel's Sci Fi 360 video podcast. Nick Cook, the executive producer and star of Intrepid, has also collaborated with the Hidden Frontier crew several times, including the joint episodes "Orphans of War" and "Operation Beta Shield", as well as the finale of Odyssey.|
|Star Trek: Axiom||Star Trek: Axiom is a spin-off fan based series set onboard the USS Yorktown, and within the TOS universe shortly before ST:TMP begins. Originally planned by creator and producer Da Han with only a pilot episode in mind "The Quadroplastine Incident" aka "In Temporary Command", the series later expanded into a second episode "A Time to Heal" aka "Yorktown: A Time to Heal" starring George Takei as Lt. Cmmndr. Sulu, and James Shigeta as Admiral Nogura, respectively. The plot concerns Sulu's estranged son and a showdown between intergalactic pirate mercenaries, the Klingons, and the fate of the Federation. A possible release date is still pending.|
|Star Trek: Of Gods and Men||A three-part series directed by Tim Russ and starring several original Star Trek stars, including Nichelle Nichols and Walter Koenig. The first part was released in December 2007; parts 2 and 3 have been released in 2008.|
|Star Trek: Odyssey||A spin-off from the Hidden Frontier team with its first episode "Illiad" launched in September 2007. It is the story of the USS Odyssey, a Federation ship which has become trapped in the distant Andromeda Galaxy. With Odyssey's captain and first officer dead, along with most of the command staff, Lt. Commander Ro Nevin is forced to take command in order to get the remaining crew home.|
|Star Trek: Dark Armada||The first episode of Dark Armada takes place ten years after the events in Star Trek: Nemesis on board the USS Batavia, named after the famous 17th-century Dutch ship, when Capt. Richardson and his crew make a shocking discovery which will determine the fate of life on Earth and throughout the Federation. It was started in March, 2005 by an energetic group of young film-makers gathered from Star Trek fan clubs in the Netherlands and Belgium. Filming began in Jan 2006, a test/pilot episode was released that September, and three short episode were released in 2009 and 2010.|
|Dreadnought Dominion||Launched in 2015, this series begins during (or soon after) season three of the original series. It follows the adventures of the crew of the USS Dominion, a Dreadnought class ship. The series begins about two years after the ship had been attacked by an unknown enemy.|
|Star Trek: The Continuing Mission||This independent production is the story of the USS Montana, a ship from the end of the era of "cowboy diplomacy" that travels seventy years into the future--into the new world of careful steps and slow deliberation. Flung to a new time and into a new culture, the crew of the Montana is forced to adapt--but this hardly stops them from facing new adventures in the 24th century. After releasing its pilot in December 2007, TCM has continued to release episodes every several months through 2008. According to the show's website, the second season is in production and the season opener "Earth" was released in August of 2011.|
|Star Trek: Defiant||This monthly audio drama produced by Pendant Productions follows the adventures of the USS Defiant from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. It was honored as the best fan-produced Star Trek audio drama of 2009 by TrekMovie. Was cancelled in May, 2012. All the episodes have thus been removed from the internet with no reason given.|
|Star Trek: Outpost||This monthly audio drama produced by Giant Gnome Productions follows the adventures of the crew of Deep Space 3 and the USS Chimera. The show premiered in 2009 and is still in active production, averaging 11 episodes per season. It was nominated for the Parsec Awards each year from 2010 to 2013, and was selected as a finalist in 2010, 2012, and 2013.|
|Star Trek: Excelsior||
This audio drama produced by James Heaney Star Trek: Excelsior is a full-length, full-cast audio drama set in Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek universe. The stories are long, arc-based, character-driven, and very involved.
|Gates of Sto-Vo-Kor||
This audio drama is set in the Star Trek Online (STO) universe and follows the adventures of a group of Klingon Defense Force captains, their crews and their friends, as they endeavor to bring honor and glory to the Klingon Empire. Gates regularly incorporates content from STO as well as highlights and celebrates the Klingon culture and language.
|Star Trek: Outlaws||
This audio series is produced by the same folks who brought you Dreadnought Dominion and also launched in 2015. The crew of a deep space salvage vessel discover a derelict space craft and soon find their lives are in danger. Caught up in a violent civil war, they must live aboard the very ship they had salvaged.)
|Redshirt Blues||David Rogers' film presents the tale of a space weary security officer on the Enterprise who is sick of Kirk, the ship, and the red shirt he must wear every day. While on patrol, he meets another redshirt on his first assignment and to whom he reveals the truth about redshirts. This film was screened on the Sci Fi Channel's Exposure in 2001.|
|Stone Trek||A Flash animated series that presents episodes of Star Trek as it might have appeared in the universe of The Flintstones. The series takes place aboard the stoneship USS Magnetize. Characters include Captain James T. Kirkstone, the Vulcano first officer Mr. Sprock, and ship's doctor Leonard "Fossils" RcKoy. The series also includes a running count of redshirts killed in each episode, and fans can write in to nominate themselves to be caricatured as a redshirt in future episodes. The production's website was a Sci-Fi.com "Site of the Week" in May 2001.|
|Star Trek: The Pepsi Generation||A 16-minute film written by Ryan K. Johnson and Darrell Bratz, with Johnson producing and directing. It primarily parodies Star Trek: The Next Generation, although it also pokes fun at Max Headroom, Doctor Who, William Shatner, and Harlan Ellison. The film premiered at the Norwescon science fiction convention in March 1988, and won best film at the convention's film festival. In this 1988 film, the "Ferrari" have stolen all of the Pepsi from Starbase Seven-Up, and it is up to the crew of the Enterprise to rescue it. Captain Picard, along with Doodah the android, Ya Har, Jordashe, Rigor Mortis, Sexx Toii (the Betamax counselor), Ensign Expendable, and Weasley Crushme all leap into action. Along the way, viewers meet the harried Star Trek writing crew and the Ferrari's fearsome leader. On August 26, 1996, the BBC aired a documentary on Star Trek parodies, and Star Trek: The Pepsi Generation was one of the featured films.|
Related Fan SitesEdit
- Star Trek: Dark Armada
- Star Trek: Frontier
- Project: Potemkin
- Tales of the Seventh Fleet
- Star Trek: Aurora
- Star Trek: Calvert Films
- Star Trek Continues
- Star Trek: Eagle
- Star Trek: The Multiverse Crisis
- Star Trek: The New Animated Series
- Star Trek: Return to Triskelion
- Starship Ajax
- Starship Mojave
- Starship Saladin
|Star Trek Phase II|
|Star Trek: Hidden Frontier|
"Its Hour Come Round At Last"
"The Tressaurian Intersection (Act One)"
"The Price of Anything"
|Star Trek: Intrepid|
"Heavy Lies the Crown"
|Star Trek: Dark Armada|
|Star Trek: Frontier|
"Shadow of Truth"
|Red Shirt Blues|
As seen on SyFy's "Exposure"
|Star Trek: Return to Triskelion|
Fan sequel to TOS: "The Gamesters of Triskelion"