Have you ever dreamed of making your own Star Trek fan film, but don't have sets, costumes or props—and don't know how to make them yourself? You're not alone. Many fans have faced this creative obstacle, and have overcome it thanks to Starbase Studios.
In this episode of Continuing Mission, host Dennis Castello is joined by Richard Wells and Scott Johnson of Starbase Studios to learn about their standing TOS sets that they make available to any fan group that wants to make their own films… for free!
About Starbase Studios (00:01:49)
Meet Richard and Scott (00:03:19)
The Genesis of Starbase Studios (00:07:02)
Helping Starship Yorktown (00:11:27)
Getting to Play Star Trek (00:17:26)
Advice for Fan Projects (00:22:44)
How to Donate to Starbase Studios (00:26:04)
George Takei in the Captains Chair (00:29:01)
Richard Wells and Scott Johnson
Dennis Castello (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Executive Producer) Charlynn Schmiedt (Executive Producer) Ruth Ward (Associate Producer) Will Nguyen (Associate Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Will Nguyen (Content Manager)
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Ray Tesi Talks Starship Republic. The creator of the first Star Trek fan film to be made since the issuance of the CBS guidelines joins us to talk about the project and the launching of his crowdfunding venture.
Tommy Kraft and Actors Look Back. Tommy Kraft's post-Enterprise fan film is officially a hit, and we're joined by Tommy and actors Paul Lang and Ryan Webber to discuss the choices they made and fan reaction.
Tamerlane. Meet the man behind this fan-made web comic that tells the tales of the USS Tamerlane, a Saladin-class destroyer, and its commanding officer, Captain Julia Cochrane.
Starship Grissom. Star Trek has a long history of encouraging young fans to take an interest in the sciences; but here's a fan project that takes that to the next level. We talk to teachers who are bringing Star Trek into education through unique fan films.
Starbase Studios. Dreaming of making a Star Trek fan film, but you don't have a place to shoot it? Dream no longer because Starbase Studios is here with screen accurate sets that any fan group can use for free.
Robin Heirt Talks Star Trek Dark Armada. Robin Heirt and his fellow fans in the Netherlands prove, once again, that Star Trek, and its fandom, is a global phenomenon. We talk to the creator about his post-Voyager story.
Tommy Kraft Talks Star Trek Horizon. On the eve of its launch, Tommy Kraft discusses his fan film, set during the Romulan War, and offers advice for those considering creating their own fan film.