Saturday, June 27, 2009

(32) Potemkin Pictures: Starship Tristan, Starship Deimos, Battlecruiser Kupok, Starship Endeavour

32  Jr. Star Trek (1969) has been moved to  Blog 204 (B)

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Battlecruiser Kupok

Season 1
Episode 1:  "Battle of Alawanir,"  You Tube: (13:22), Vimeo: (13:22).  With Portuguese subtitles: (13:22)

Episode B01-A, "Sanctuary."  On You Tube: (7:56) or Vimeo: (7:57). (3/28/2016).  With Portuguese subtitles: (7:56)

Starship Deimos

Season 1 episode A, "The Lucky One." You Tube: (7:05) or Vimeo: (7:06).  Released 3/9/2016.  With Portuguese subtitles (released 4/10/2016) (7:05)

Season 1 Episode B, "Aftermath," (4/21/2016), (6:09) or (6:09), with Portuguese subtitles: (6:09).

Season 1 Ep. 1, (November 11, 2016) "Pas de Trois," or (14:51)

Season 1 Ep. 2, "The Archive" on You Tube,;33) on Vimeo:

Starship Tristan, a production by Potemkin Pictures,

Summary from Facebook: "Starship Tristan" (NCC-2587) -- the adventures of a colony support ship on the outreaches of Federation territory.
It is 2299. The 43 colonies on the outer reaches of Federation space in Quadrant 9, Sector 72 (often referred to as 'The Back Forty-ish') need continued support. The planets are basically agrarian, with a few scientific and medical outposts present. Vessels like the Starship Tristan provide defense, scientific and medical support, diplomacy, shipping and transport, search and rescue, from the extreme to the mundane. Tristan has been assigned to provide support for those 43 colonies in Sector 72 which is adjacent to a section of the Romulan Neutral Zone, colonies of the Orion Barrier Alliance and seed worlds of the Tholian Assembly. It isn't going to be easy... Tonight, we are pleased to release a vignette introducing one of our primary characters: Dr. Skep Anderson. We hope to introduce other characters in other vignettes in the coming months leading up to the series debut in May 2016.
The synopsis:
Doctor Skep Anderson is settling in aboard the Tristan as its new chief medical officer when he receives a deep space call from his brother, Sam. The cast:
Starring William C. Searcy as Dr. Skep Anderson, David M. Graham as Dr. Sam Anderson, and Ande Ross as Lt. Eli Marino. The production:
Written by William C. Searcy. Directed by Patrick Peacock and Randy Landers. Edited by Randall Landers. VFX by Mark Berge. Music by Tony Lunn. Assistant Producer: Michael Day. Producer: Dave MacKenzie. Co-Executive Producer: Rick Foxx. Executive Producer/Web Series Creator: Randall Landers.
Episode T01-A, Season 1 Ep. A "Moving Day," (10:38) or (10:38).  (Released 12/9/2015).  With Portuguese subtitles: (10:38) (released 4/17/2016)

Episode T01-B, Season 1 Ep. B, "Relics and Regrets," (7:14) or (7:15), with Portuguese subtitles, (7:15). (Released April 10, 2016);

Episode T01-C, Season 1 Ep. C, "The Chronicles of Lanclos" (8:59) or  (Released June 29, 2016) with Portuguese subtitles, (8:59) (Released July 9. 2016).

Episode T01-D, Season 1 Ep. D, "The Greater Good," (6:27) or (6:27).  With Portuguese subtitles: (6:27). (Released Sept. 11, 2016)

Episode T01-1 Season 1 Episode 1, "Be Careful What You Wish For" (15:00) or  (Released October 19, 2016)

"Between Two Worlds,"on You Tube, or on Vimeo: (Released January 4, 2017).
"Departures,"  You Tube:, Vimeo:  (Released February 10, 2017)

"The Monsters Are With Us," You Tube: or Vimeo:

On April 17, 2016, the 2016 Independent Star Trek Fan Film Awards were presented at Treklanta in Atlanta, Georgia and Starship Tristan received the award for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form (30 minutes or less) for “Moving Day”

Starship Endeavour (no releases yet)

Future releases: (projection as of 10/27/2016)
Deimos:  The Archive
Tristan:  The Monsters Are With Us
Deimos:  No Greater Love
Endeavour:  The Gift
Kupok:  A Gathering Storm
Tristan:  Departures

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