February 4 2023
Just like that we are now in the second month of the year so let’s see what made news this week.
Galaxy Queen is now available for viewing which is great to see, hopefully they’ll do more adventures in the future.
Matt interviewed Radek from FSFilm, they’ve made fan films like Psioduel, Neotron, The Binary Belief and several more over the years, so if you want to know more about Radek and FSFilm, Trekzone has it covered.
There are 156 days to go until the 2023 Trekzone Fan Film Awards take place, it is very exciting even though it still so far away, it is something I think about 24/7 because I have to decide who the awards and it isn’t easy at all.
Greetings to CW, CW gave a h/t to me at AxaMonitor during the week for mentioning the Axanar fundraising figures, I had to look up what exactly h/t meant, it means hat tip.
MTM and Chuck’s Star Trek Fan Film Reviews now have a list of Fan Films published on both sites so readers can check out the many wonderful fan films that are out there, there’s probably more out there that I’ve missed so keep coming back every few weeks for additions.
Axanar resumed filming last weekend and it seems that principal photography may get done by the end of summer so the roller coaster may finally come to a stop by the end of the year.
Axanar’s fundraiser did not reach their $15,000 goal but the shoot in Lawrenceville, Georgia was never in danger of not happening as they were going to film last weekend no matter what happened.
Away from Fan Films and the Star Trek world was saddened this week by the news that Annie Wersching had passed away, Anne guest starred in the Enterprise episode “Oasis” before returning to the franchise to play the Borg Queen in the second season of Picard, a role that she had done so well with.
Cinema Sins taken a look at Generations, a really long look as it goes for 22 minutes and there’s 130 sins, do you agree with them?
That’s the news for this week, short and sweet but hopefully complete.
Until next time, be good to each other.