Friday, June 26, 2009

(213) Films (and audio) listed as existing which I can't find, link to, or offer a way to see.


(A) These films are part of a Swiss teen-made German language fan film series set in the Silver Age. The filmmaker, who identifies himself as Milo Pinter aka Robert T. Johnson is still working on this series, and hopes to create another film, "Dusk of the Federation" at some time in the future.  They are no longer teens.  The filmmaker has been kind enough to PM me at the Hidden Frontier BBS, and provided me with information. The order of the series, is as follows:

SMMP I "The Wormhole" 1996
SMMP II "Prototype" 1997
SFMP (joint venture with a ST Fanclub) "Special Envoy" (Parody) 1999
SMMP IV "The Needs Of The Many" 2000 or "Der Wert Vieler"
SMMP V "The Search" 2001 or "Die Suche"

At The Search is listed as a German one-shot 40 minute  film, and Der Wert Vieler is listed as a German one-shot 32 minute film.

This HF thread discusses this German-language Swiss film series:

(B)  U.S.S. Vixen.  This animated film is discussed here: .  It includes a link to a snip on You Tube.

(C) Paragon's Paragon , and
Here's a trailer for it:
Here's an exerpt that was saved from VHF film: (3:27)A website about it:
Paragon's Paragon highlights: (8:40)
It's being prepared for release on the web!  SEE HERE: (They say it's 80 minutes long).
More links:

Here is a discussion of this film published July 24, 2015.  It incorrectly identifies it as the first Star Trek Fan Film of all time.

Republished links as of 12/25/2018, (9:38), (3:26)

(D) Australia's "Sale of the 23rd Century", hosted by Therin and Tharrah the Andorians, and Tackee the green Orion slave girl. Discussed at  See also and fan films noted at this website include:

"Free Maltz" Star Trek fan film, as created, directed and produced by Ian McLean (and the Harpic Productions team) for the "Galactic Senate Elections" campaign at "Eccentricon", 5th National Australian Science Fiction Media Convention (3rd - 6th July, 1987). Maltz, of course, was originally portrayed by John Larroquette in "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock" (pictured left in the trio below), and was the only Klingon left alive at the end of that movie.
* "Free Maltz", the post-"Star Trek III" story of Maltz's escape from a Vulcan prison cell. A standalone short, but also used as introduction to:
* "The Nearly-Wed Game", hosted by Maltz and guest-starring pro actor Brian Croucher of "Blake's Seven" as Travis!
"City on the Edge of the Yarra" (as in Yarra River) (This is an earlier film not produced by the same group as some of the others listed here).
* "The Naked Never" - a Season One TNG skit videoed on a full-size TNG bridge (mocked up in one weekend out of huge sheets of corrugated cardboard).
* "Star Trek 5.5" - the making of the film they were never game to let William Shatner actually direct, and on a shoestring budget even less than "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier".

"Tribble Lotto"  featuring Walter Koenig,
"Perfect Botch" (1986)  A skit about two Andorians acting as chaperones for a blind date for Spock and T"Pring.
See this thread for a source of these Australian listings:

(F) Star Trek: Legends is a Spanish fan film dating from the 1990s.  I have not seen it on the web, but it is mentioned here: appeas to be an intro for this film, but in German:"Star+Trek:+Legends"+&hl=es&view=2#

(G) Borg War Trilogy is an unauthorized set of three German films based closely on Star Trek which was shown in German theaters and has been secretly handed around on VHS and in other formats. The films do not appear to be posted on the web or available for download in their entirety. They may be available through other channels. (e.g. )

The three films are:
Borg War (A live action film, not to be confused with the film in Blog 84)
Borg War 2: The Romulan Factor
Borg War 3: Atlantis  See also (2:41)

David Lavery, a British Trek fan, has been kind enough to enlighten me about these German Language films, which do not appear to be available on the web, except for exerpts:
Borg war 3 - Atlantis maintitle
Borg war 3 - Atlantis (part2)
Borg war 3 - Atlantis (part3)
Borg war 3 - Atlantis (part4)

His messages had more details which may interest you:

... I found a now dead website for THE BORG WAR TRILOGY, which contained the following films;
- Borg War (1994; Dir. Rene von Bodisco) 45mins or an hour - i think from memory
- Borg War 2: The Romulan Factor (1996; Dir. Christian Luck) 88mins
- Borgwar3: Atlantis (1998; Dir. Rene von Bodisco) a whopping 115mins!!

.... Unfortunately Mr Felsberger died a couple of months back, but as you see the designs have been changed from the Trek we know as this was played in german cinemas and distributed 'underground' on VHS. I have recently found Rene von Bodisco on Facebook, and he says he has the first film on DVD. I may ask politely after Christmas. Other notes, if you want BW2 on PAL VHS its here wher you can see a poster image ( The aesthetic is actually copying the DS9/VOY era of Trek, so very 90s, and a female captain is made to look like Captain Janeway, hair and all! The lead role is Captain Christopher Riker, played by Bodisco, a Jonathan Frakes lookalike, while the other leads are a human called Admiral Edwards and an alien called Campri. I think that with the Federation and Romulan sets other 24th Century fanfilm makers could take inspiration, as this era is usually represented with green screen.
The first film's look was based more on late TNG, complete with Troi dress -
I hope you enjoyed this glimpse into these rare films. ... I don't speak german so I have no idea of the story, but they look interesting

(H) Red Shirt Insurance.  Reported in the comment below.  The comment is signed, "Henglaar" who is a medical doctor in Hidden Frontier and in his own audio series.  The name the comment gives for the filmmaker is Anthony Genovese.  I would appreciate any more details anyone can offer on this film, length, time period it is set in, language, location produced, approximate time period of production, type of production (live action, animation, mechanima, etc.) and any other information which might inform the reader and the fan film fan.

(I) Star Trek: The Endeavour Missions: First Command (British, 1993)

(J) Star Trecch
Episode 1 "The Low-Budget Maneuver"
Episode 2 "Who Mourns for Expendable Crewmembers?"
Not online.  Thanks to an e-mail from Robert Garner for this information.  The same group has produced some Trek music videos.  More information here: and .

(K) Star Trek: The First Missions.  These films were on You Tube until July 2010.  I do not know why they were taken down.  This is the information as it appeared on it's own webpage while it was up, except that links to photos are removed since those photos have been removed:

Star Trek: The First Missions

Time of Captain Pike and Mr. Spock, appears to be early Golden Age.
Welch group. (UK)

Episode 1 Klingon Mind Games
Part 1:
Part 2:
Episode 2 Evil Assassin
Part 1 of 3

Part 2 of 3
Part 3 of 3
The following is a Bing video Search.  No full videos found."Star+Trek"+"The+First+Missions"&FORM=BVFD
This page came up. It claimed to have the video, but didn't load it.

(L)   Spooftakular.  Crew Trek.  Some foul langague.  Two short films.  For viewing instructions, go to (G) at:   Probably the same thing, check:
Crew Trek. Episode 1 (7:19).
Crew Trek, Episode 2:  Lift Off (4:55)

The following were comments left at this listing's prior location:


  1. I worked on a fan film by Anthony Genovese, "Red Shirt Insurance". I never received my copy of the film, and I am having difficulty finding anyone who has even seen it, but he talks about it a lot.

    I wanted to add a URL to his site, but I am having trouble finding that on Google.
  2. Re your list of Australian fan films, although I mentioned the infamous "City on the Edge of the Yarra" in my blog entry, this was an early fan film from science fiction fans living in Melbourne. Nothing to do with the Sydney group doing all of our game shows (ie. Harpic Productions.

    "City on the Edge of the Yarra" was filmed on Super 8 (I think?) and way before my time! I can imagine Melbourne fans getting upset that it looks like we were claiming it as our own.
  3. Thanks for that correction, Therin. I have tried to incorporate the heart of it into the blog itself. And thank you for the heads up on a number of other films that are on the web but that I had missed, including some I have added to my Parody and Comedy listing.
  4. You mean "Bastards of Kirk"? That is hilarious!
  5. "Bastards of Kirk" is now the first listing in Parodies and Comedies, vis: If you read, "Why Star Trek Reviewed" it says, among other things, "Finding fan film productions can be a challenge, finding the ones worth your time, more so, so I've tried to do it for you. I'm sure I've missed plenty. Please let me know about all of those Star Trek Fan Films I've missed, or which are new, so I can add links to them from here." Thank you for the references, I am always interesting in locating and listing more Star Trek Fan Films.

Please Note that Bastards of Kirk now has it's own webpage, vis:

(M).  This film appears to have been removed.   Trek Wars from (Also a cross with Men In Black and Better off Dead).
Intro (1:49)
Part 1: (9:55)
Part 2: (10:01)
Part 3: (6:15)
Part 4: (6:54).

(N).  Star Trek Action Figure Opera for The Wrath of Khan: (1:41)

(O)   Previously listed, this film was made private as of March 8, 2014, and possibly earlier.
 Star Trek: The Muddle with Moles and other work by Erika DeBenedictis
Location: Los Angeles area, between Glendale and Pasadena, just off Ventura Highway.  Route 134.  It was near the intersection of Patrician Way and Colorado Blvd, but the name changes just about there to W. Colorado Blvd.  I don't know if this was an Accurate or wild placement.

Simms, Teen Trek.  Animation with Spock and Kirk facing an investigation from temporal investigation.  Time machine from Dr. Who.   You Tube Home:

The Muddle with Moles
Part 1 of 2: (9:41)
Part 2 of 2: (10:17)

Also: (very poor)
Star Trek: The Dooooomsday Bunny: (3:02)

Posted Dec. 23, 2011: Star Trek: The Wrath of Kieweit Trailer (1:51).

Star Trek: The Wrath of Kieweit  (16:48).  This Sims-based animation of Star Trek: The Original Series is a big step up from Ericka DeBenedictis's earlier Star Trek Animations.  Primarily set on earth, she has not yet developed good backgrounds which look like Trek, but her writing and use of characters and of uniforms is much improved.  This is a very female take on TOS, and addresses many of my own objections to that series.

(P)  Fry's Trek (9:57)  I can't tell if it's dubbed from another language or just shot with a silent camera and then filled in.  The amount of talking is wildly out of proportion to the sound.  This film is of exceptionally poor quality.

(Q)  Trek TNG/Dr. Who (3:01)

(R), Enterprise Flashed, Ahoyager, and other Star Trek videos from Lilredhead Studios.  This has been reposted, and is listed at Blog 155.

Lilredhead Studios (Formerly Blog 13)
Dickinson, ND USA

Lilredhead Studios Presents:

Enterprise Flashed (Stone Age)
Ahoyager, The Journey Home (Silver Age)
I Am Ahoyager (Sliver Age)

This is their You Tube home page:

The following are their Enterprise offerings, but they have others:
Enterprise Flashed: Episode 1: Cancelled. (3:33) 

Enterprise Flashed: Episode 2: Cancelled Part 2. (10:17)
 Enterprise Flashed: Special Episode: The Leslie Moonves Incident.  (3:13)
 Enterprise Flashed: Episode 3: Cancelled Part 3, Part 1 of 2. (5:18)
 Enterprise Flashed: Episode 3: Cancelled Part 3, Part 2 of 2. (8:03)
  Enterprise Flashed: Episode 4: These are the Voyages? (10:24)
 Enterprise Flashed: Episode 5: And Justice For All... (5:00)
 Moonvies v. Brazeal: Part 1 of 2 (7:40)
 Moonvies v. Brazeal: Part 2 of 2 (10:31)

Voyager also seems to have been the subject of this fan's interest:

Episode 1-2 Part 1(8:32)
Episode 1-2 Part 2 (7:36)
Episode 2 Engineer Crisis (4:50)
Episode 3: Needafix's Fix (6:28)
Episode 4: Revamped (5:04)

Episode 5: Relics (6:28)
The Bun That Ate Ahoyager (6:53)
Vegas Trek (Unfinished): (2:53)
Captain Flirt (Unfinished):
Out with the Old (Unfinished) (2:13)

Facebook Page:

Formerly Blog 135 Ahoyager
Star Trek X Generation, Worst Fan Film has been moved to

Parody animation.
Audio files provided by and For full audio credits visit:

Episode 1: The Saggy Truth: (4:29)
Published on May 6, 2013

When Pakaday, a chain-smoking spaceship captain, is faced with her fear of aging, she will do whatever it takes to gain the favor of her male subordinates.

Episode 2: The Black Hole: (4:09)
Published on Jun 21, 2013
After encountering a deadly spatial anomaly, Captain Pakaday turns to an unlikely crew member to save the Ahoyager.


(S)  Star Trek Kestral (Mechinima) Golden Age.   Home base is Clintonville, Wis.

In a PM dated February 8, 2012, the creator acknowledges both that he has been too busy to do significant work on this for two years and also that there were production set-backs.  I wrote again on August 21, 2012.  If this status remains, this will be moved to films with significant production before abandonment,
Produced by Wolverine Studios.
You Tube Home:
Trekspace Page:

Subtitles, not voice acting.
Part 1 of 4:  (6:44)
Part 2 of 4:  (7:03)
Part 3 of 4:  (8:40)
(Part 4 not yet available)

(T)   Star Trek: NX-01 (Audio drama) Stone Age. (2155) Discussed here. but does not appear to be available for download or listening:  As of Dec. 24, 2013, the Trek United forums were down and had been for almost a year.  It appears they did produce an episode in 2007 but the download links no longer work.

(U)  Star Trek: The Price of Peace,  See P. 11 of .  From . Trek BBS guesses it was filmed in 1981, article is from 1982.

(V)  Star Trek: Flight of the Condor.

Star Trek: Flight of the Condor.  This Silver Age series has three short Mechinima episodes.  There are no voices, the dialogue is told with captions.
You Tube Channel:
Episode 1:  (5:56)
Episode 2: (7:26)
Episode 3:  (7:45)
This is a separate, earlier TOS-era short which is also Mechinima with captions, not voices.
Friday Night: (3:10)
Moved here 1/4/2-16.  Thank you

Comment prompting change:
YouTube channel deleted. Can't find replacement links. Sorry

(W)  Spaceship.   Filmed in Minnesota in 1982, only a trailer is currently on the internet. (3:27)

(X)  As of 8/29/2016, it was clear that the link to where the two completed audio episodes had been is dead.  The audio listing was previously as follows:

Star Trek: Unity(US) (AudioProduction promising film,  not to be confused with Blog 90, a different Star Trek:Unity group) (I am not doing reviews of these, but I listened to their first two and as of Dec 7, 2009, only episodes, and enjoyed them) On October 20, 2011, I received confirmation that, in spite of the lack of further audio releases or public comments they still planned to produce four audio episodes, albeit slowly. No more releases as of December 26, 2013. I messaged them asking if they were working on this on Dec. 26, 2013.

(Y)  As of 9/6/2016 it was clear this had been gone for almost two years.
  Star Trek: Invincible

Star Trek: Invincible (Live Adult fans including some entertainment professionals and Star Trek Fan Film vets working together from all over the Internet) The "SFC" with the motto "Synergy is Power," is an online theater troop brings you a weekly show providing improvised Star Trek from... well, fans all over the world using Mechinima to create a Trek Adventure set in 2413... except that at the moment, they are trapped in an alternative timeline they are trying to correct!  This appears to be their home software group: .  Part Improv and part directed, if not exactly scripted.  This is a unique, Internet experiment is creating a weekly Star Trek entertainment series for fans still hungry for adventures in the prime universe.  Listen to the cast and crew discuss it, here: (5:10).    I have not yet created a page for this.  In private messages I received, it appears likely that these weekly stories which are intended for live viewing, are being recorded and will be posted for future playback at some point in time.  I will post more and create the page over the next few days.  There is simply no limit to the creativity you find in the Star Trek community!

The Ties That Bind is a video prequel to the episode, "Towards Tomorrow."  Posted 6/23/2013. (4:34).

The following comments were originally at Blog 133, where this was originally posted:


  1. Thanks for sharing this. I am the XO on this ship =:-) and I am Andorian. (I am the blue person to the left of the Captain in the image above) If anyone wants to join, look us up in Inworldz. It is free to join!
  2. Thank you so much for this :) I have seen them in action, they really are a talented bunch of people...
  3. Wow! This is some nice work.... Keep it up! I am the Engineer of the Invincible! glad to be part of such a Epic crew! Nice Review by the way! Luke Gallager
  4. Amazing review of our group. So glad you like it. This group is making my dream of being an actress come true. - Nancia the Mirror Universe Klingon
On Sept. 13, 2014 these links were no longer valid.  On Sept. 6, 2016, I moved this here.

(Z)    StarTrek:  Temporal Investigations (and audio series and RPG)
website for Temporal Investigations  Video examples at (B) Below.  One episode only as of 8/7/2012. No evidence of any activity after 2009 as of 12/26/2013.

All links were dead as of 9/18/2016.  Moved  here.

(AA) Star Trek: Operation Destruct Part 1 (Part 2, according to the filmmaker has been lost) Part 1 was posted March 21, 2017.  Teen Trek effort from 1988.

(AB)  John Hutchison's Trek Videos (Were up in August 2017, down by Sept. 24, 2017.)
1)  Copy of star trek voyager seven of nine first contact with kala found lost episode:
2)   Star Trek
3)   Star Trek 2
4)   Star Trek 3

(AC) Ian White (of the UK)'s Star Trek Spoof.  Moved here as of 2/22/2018.

Star Trek Spoof.  British, has some elements of TNG, but uniforms and most other aspects are TOS.
You Tube Channel:
Old You Tube Channel:

The filmmaker is from Guiseley, in the United Kingdom.  He has responded to the inquiry I made in September 11, 2011on July 15, 2013.  He gave me permission to add the photos on this page.  The next day he explained some things, among them that the movies were being moved to a new account.

Wrath of Whan (40:18)

Quantum Sheep (Sequel to Wrath of Whan) (54:40)

(AD).  Yesterday's Essex (a film from a New Zealand fan club about the USS Essex.  Golden Age bridge, mixed, but mostly silver age uniforms.)  Part of it is posted here:

(AE).  The following recuts has been taken down

(1) by CBS
Star Trek: Alliance Born
This recut was originally listed at .  Part of it never ran.  I have decided it belongs here.

A remix of Enterprise shots and sound to make a different ending for the series.

Editor: Surak75's Channel

Star Trek: Alliance Born (part one)(9:13)
Star Trek: Alliance Born (part two)(9:33)
Star Trek: Alliance Born (part three)(9:49)
Star Trek: Alliance Born (part four)(8:53)
Star Trek: Alliance Born (part five)(9:35)
Star trek: Alliance Born (part six)(8:56)
Star Trek: Alliance Born (part seven)(9:55)
Star Trek: Alliance Born (part eight)(9:46) NOT WORKING AT TIME OF NOTATION.  The creator has not signed into his account since 2006, so it seems likely he will not fix this.
Star Trek Alliance (part nine)(9:54)

Star Trek: Alliance Born (part ten)(9:53)

I watched and enjoyed this, although it had been so long since I saw the original I couldn't compare them.  The big things I saw was that they don't make it Ricker's recreation, and Trip doesn't die.  The cut-ins were pretty jumpy at times, but not m
ost of the time.  I don't think this really fits my rating system.

(2)  Star Trek: Yesteryear's Enterprise
This is an entirely new story made by recutting both TOS and TNG episodes.
You Tube Home:
Part 1: (9:53)
Part 2: (9:52)
Part 3: (1:24)

(3)  Star Trek: The Lost Episode.
Part 1: (9:55)
Part 2: (9:56)
Part 3: (9:55)
Part 4: (9:56)
Part 5: (9:55)
Part 6: (9:55)
Part 7: (9:55)
Part 8: (9:24)

More Lost Episodes:

4) This You Tube account has "The Dominion War" in 70 parts, plus other recuts from DS9:.  (The Channel is Called,"Home of the Founders")


  1. I have received a comment which uses foul language and disputes what is written above about Red Shirt Insurance, but does not give me any actual information. Instead they claim I could find out about the film by Googling "Mr. Genovese"... as if there were only one on the planet. The person also does not sign their name. I am holding the comment for now because of the foul language, personal attacks, and other lack of actual content. The comment also claims that my writing about Red Shirt Insurance, which was intended to profess a lack of information, is attacking and vicious. I invite the individual to give me some actual information, including either how to contact Mr. Genovese, or how to contact the commentator. These comments do not post until I approve them, so if they do not wish for the comment to post, they need only say so and it never will.

  2. Thank you for your pretty cool web site. It sure makes it easier for folks to find Star Trek related projects. I appreciate the time and effort that you must put into such an organized endeavor.
    John Cosentino,
    Paragons Paragon creator