MTM Wrap (12/7/22)

Axanar has reappeared after a couple of quiet months with a new Axanar Confidential and Blog post, they announced that VFX planning is taking place alongside planning for the three day L.A. shoot that is taking place who knows when, don’t forget that Axanar has taken a two director approach with one focusing on performance and the other one doing the rest.

Yorktown: A Time To Heal continues to win awards around the world and its latest win is Best Fan Film at the RED (Reims Excellence Director) Movie Awards.

Popular fan film Doomsday is closing in on 90,000 views, it currently has 88,269 views which is a great total for the award winning fan film that was made via a collaboration between Avalon Universe and Neutral Zone Studios.

Matt Miller had a conversation with Starship Caliborn’s Billy Swanson and they talked all about the new fan film “War Targ” that has had a great start with over 6,000 views so far.

Seven new set locations have been built for “Resistance” and everybody is looking forward to seeing what Aaron Vanderkley comes up with this time following the success of Outbreak, Beyond the Sun and more.

We saw that Strange New Worlds concluded its first season, the bottom is line is that ten episodes is just too short of a run (12-16 episodes per season would be nice) and episodic adventures are preferred over season long arcs where you cannot miss an episode.

Thankfully a short SNW doesn’t not mean a year long wait for Star Trek as all the other shows are being lined up for their time in the sun ensuring that Star Trek fans don’t go hungry for long unless you really don’t like Discovery, Picard, Prodigy, Strange New Worlds and Lower Decks then you’re out of luck.

That’s todays MTM Wrap, I hope that the news was enjoyable.

Until next time, be good to each other.


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