MTM Wrap (18/3/23)

Here we are at the third Saturday of the month, and we still got two to go which is pretty cool so let’s get into the news.

Chris Lea has wasted no time after the release of “Leviathan” by releasing a preview of the upcoming fan film “Red Sea”, the visual effects are very attention grabbing and they definitely give food for thought at awards time.

“Coming Home” was released this week, it is a short minute and nine second fan film by Aureliano Sanchez featuring the USS Enterprise NCC-1701.

We take a look at how the recently released fan films are going at the moment, these fan films were all released in the last month.

Captain Roth’s Final Message – 1.1k views
Siren’s Song – 1.3k views
Starfleet Legends Act II – 1.6k views
Leviathan – 2.6k views
When Duty Calls – 4.7k views

“Duty Calls” is now just under 2,000 views away from reaching the 50,000-view milestone and we hope that they make it there sooner rather than later.

There are 113 days to go until the 2023 Trekzone Fan Film Awards are held in Queensland, Australia and aired live on YouTube, more people will get to participate this year as the airing has changed from a Queensland afternoon to a Queensland morning so more people can watch the show wide awake.

Axanar released a video last week on their channel, it contains footage from previous years shoots and VFX including from the Paul Jenkins era though most casual observers of Axanar currently think that what they are seeing is brand new.

Picard continues to enthral fans, TNG characters are returning, the plot is thickening and at MTM HQ, Friday Night is Picard Night with everybody eager to watch the latest episode on Paramount+ (not paid to say that).

What a week it has been, thank you for being part of it.

Until next time, be good to each other.


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