Sunday, July 20, 2008

Intrepid to Release "Where There's a Sea"

Today, Star Trek: Intrepid is scheduled to release a twelve-minute short called "Where There's a Sea," in which "The Ariadne comes under attack from the Orions whilst transporting Lieutenant Cole. When Captain Merik discovers the full details, the fragile relationship between Starfleet and the Merchant Service Worsens." This is the third release from Intrepid, following the pilot episode "Heavy Lies the Crown" and the Intrepid/Areakt short "Orphans of War." Next up for Intrepid is the full-length Intrepid/Areakt film "Operation: Beta Shield," which is slated for release later this year, as well as "The Stone Unturned," a full-length Intrepid episode due out in 2009.

"Where There's a Sea" will be available here.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Defiant to Release "One Hundred and Seven Days"

Today, Star Trek: Defiant is scheduled to release its 26th episode, "One Hundred and Seven Days." It is anticipated that the episode synopsis, as well as the title and release date of the 27th episode, will be announced later today.

"One Hundred and Seven Days" will be available for download here.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Enterprise—TNG to Release "The Time-Mirror"

Today, Star Trek: Enterprise—The New Generation is scheduled to release its premiere episode, entitled "The Time-Mirror." As this fan film is produced in Germany, it is expected that this episde will be completely in German, and it is unknown when an English translation will be released.

"The Time-Mirror" will be available here.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Beyond Releases "Measure of Peace, Part 1;" Scraps "Reciprocity"

Star Trek: Beyond has released the third episode of its third season: "Measure of Peace, Part 1." In this episode, "The crew of the Precipice return to Sector 185 of the Kilos Quadrant. The Captain welcomes a new First Officer (CDR Maku) & the return of an old friend (LT Parker)."

At the same time of this release, however, comes some bad news. "Reciprocity," the three-part mini-series about the Romulan-Klingon War, has been cancelled. Details as to why this decision was made are sparse, but it has been announced that there will be filler material to replace "Reciprocity," which was going to make up the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first episodes of Beyond's third season.

The next Beyond episode to be released, "Measure of Peace, Part 2," has been completed, along with the episode after that, "One for the Team." However, as it seems to be the custom with Beyond, no release date has been set for either episode.

"Measure of Peace, Part 1" is available here; the full announcement about the cancellation of "Reciprocity" is available here.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Of Gods and Men Part 3 Released

The third act of Star Trek: Of Gods and Men is scheduled to be available at 5:01 Eastern Time today. This segment is the final portion of Of Gods and Men, a fan film that is unique in that it was created by people who worked on the canon Star Trek series as a gift to fans, whereas most fan films and audio productions are made "by fans, for fans." Act three will have many of the Star Trek alumni that have graced earlier portions of the film, such as Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, and Alan Ruck, and will have new characters appear that will be played by actors such as Grace Lee Whitney.

The third act of Of Gods and Men will be available here.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Dark Armada Posts Excelsior Ball Greet

Dark Armada recently posted a video that was originally shown at Excelsior Ball III, which took place last weekend. This new video shows some special effects shots from their test episode, "These Are the Voyages . . .," as well as greetings from the cast and crew.

The new video is available here.

Beyond Releases "Frozen"

"Frozen," the second episode of Star Trek: Beyond's third season, entitled "Heart of Everything," has been released. In this episode, "After hijacking the Precipice from spacedock in an attempt to change time [in a temporal war against the Borg], Captain Quest must face General Rodar and charges of disobeying a direct order." This episode marks the debut of Lieutenant Commander Fra-Oc, who is the younger sister of Commander Ravine and the older sister of Lieutenant Syn-Gin. The next episode, "Measure of Peace, Part 1," has been filmed and should be released soon, though no release date as been announced. This episode will introduce a new first officer, Commander Maku, played by Racheal Duerrler.

"Frozen" is available here.

Dark Frontier Seeking Cast and Crew

Dark Frontier, a new Mirror Universe fan film based out of Lake City, Florida, is looking for people to fill various roles, including principle cast, stand-in, voice over, web designer, and make-up artist. Those who are interested in auditioning for roles will find a list of openings and application intructions here.

Friday, June 6, 2008

New Floridian Fan Film: Dark Frontier

Triple-Fiction Productions, based in Lake City, Florida, has announced that it will be producing a new Star Trek fan film called Dark Frontier. The series will take place in the Voyager-era mirror universe and has the tagline, "Witness the mutated rebirth of a science fiction legend." From the website:

Let us start by first saying this,

Take everything you once knew about Star Trek®, and how things appear in the year 2379, and throw them out the window.

This is a series inspired by Star Trek® but once you see it in action. You will notice some very distinct differences...

Imagine for a moment, that Earth as we know it is gone. An attack from enemy forces has left it a barren rock. A wasteland that will never be the same again. The architects of such a savage attack have also left the entire empire in shreds.

With such a grim prospect now fresh in your mind, lets move a few years into the future and see how things have changed...

By this time, in the early 2380's the Terran Empire has managed to retake ground with help from the most interesting of races. The mysterious and powerful Romulan Star Empire has merged with the Terran Empire. Forming the second largest of the two warring super powers of the alpha quadrant. The other is the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance, a ruthless and vindictive power that will stop at nothing short of complete domination.

Over the last few years, the Terran Empire and Romulan Star Empire have managed to push back the Alliance and reclaim some of there fallen territories. The war has been long, bloody, and seemingly endless. With every race basically fighting for it's very survival, their have been many friendships forged and alliances made.

Our series stars the crew of the ISS Arkangel, an Intrepid-X Class Warship.

Dark Frontier's main site is located here, with a MySpace page here and a YouTube page here.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Lost Fontier Releases "Of Q and Women"

Star Trek: Lost Frontier released its tenth episode, "Of Q and Women," on May 30th. The synopsis reads, "It's anything but an ordinary day when Kate Niles gets an unwanted visit from her ex-husband . . . Q. "

While the next episode for Lost Frontier has not been annouced, the audio series releases a new episode at the first of every month.

"Of Q and Women" is available here.

Enterprise—TNG Releases Two Trailers, Announces "The Time-Mirror" Release Date

Star Trek: Enterprise—The New Generation, the new German stop-motion fan film, has announced the a release date for its premiere episode, "The Time-Mirror:" June 20th. In addition to the announcement, two trailers for "The Time-Mirror" were released. It is anticipated that this new episode will be originally released in German, and no release date for an English translation has been announced as of this posting.

The entire announcement is available here, while the trailers are available here.

Note: This news post was made with the assistance of Google Language Tools.

Defiant to Release "The Far and Wondrous Distance, Part 3"

Today, Star Trek: Defiant is scheduled to release its 25th episode, "The Far and Wondrous Distance, Part 3." In this episode, "The Bajoran Prophets appear, but their message is less than clear. The Mothe Astra speak, the Firefly finds its target and Ry Emeras returns home."At this time, the date for the next episode release has not yet been announced.

"The Far and Wondrous Distance, Part 3" will be available for download here.

UPDATE: The 26th episode of Defiant is called "One Hundred and Seven Days" and will be released July 9th.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Intrepid Announces "Where There's a Sea" Release Date

Star Trek: Intrepid is planning on releasing a new twelve-minute short, "Where There's a Sea," to the public on July 20th, with a special preview at the Excelsior Ball on June 6th through 8th. In this short, "The Ariadne comes under attack from the Orions whilst transporting Lieutenant Cole. When Captain Merik discovers the full details, the fragile relationship between Starfleet and the Merchant Service Worsens."

The full announcement is available here.

Star Track Begins Shooting 22nd Episode

Star Track, a parody fan film, started filming its 22nd episode last weekend. Eleven out of twenty-two pages of script were shot, and eveything is reported to have gone very well. Filming is scheduled to resume in two weeks.

A behind-the-scenes video is now available here. Mirrors Farragut, Phase II, and Of Gods and Men

The following is a press release emailed to startrekfanfilmnews [at] gmail [dot] com by James Pauley of

Okinawa, May 26, 2008 – “Space the final frontier…” These are the Fan Films of Star Trek! is proud to offer a one stop place for the 3 major Fan Films of Star Trek: The Original Series.’s Star Trek FanFilm Mirrors is an official mirror site for Starship Farragut, Star Trek: New Voyages/Phase II. And is an unofficial site for Star Trek: Of Gods And Men. is hosting the series trailer for Starship Farragut, along with the first two episodes, and will be the future home of The Animated Episodes of Starship Farragut. As well as hosting the videos, you will find Newsletters and Desktop Backgrounds. So join Captain John T. Carter as he commands the U.S.S. Farragut. Starship Farragut takes place during the second season of The Original Series.

Also, on you will find the fourth year of Captain James T. Kirks five year mission with Star Trek: New Voyages and Star Trek: Phase II. You will find the first three episodes, plus the hard to find pilot of New Voyages/Phase II, “Come What May.” As well as Newsletters, Podcasts, Desktop Backgrounds, and the Vignette “Center Seat”. As a special bonus you will be able to download the DVD release of the unaired alternate pilot of The Original Series, “Where No Man Has Gone Before” released by Jack Marshall, the writer and director of “Come What May."

Star Trek: Of Gods And Men is included on, but at this time is only able to host the trailers and MP3 files of the soundtrack. You can find links to the first two acts, though.

And to finish off everything you can find on, is a collection of different music videos, including’s famed Enterprise Tribute, and the very funny Picard Song. is always adding new music videos and is always keeping the site up to date with the latest Fan Film information. So be sure to visit’s Star Trek FanFilm Mirrors at

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Of Gods and Men Release Date Announced

The third portion of Star Trek: Of Gods and Men will be available on Sunday, June 15th at 5:01 p.m. Eastern Time, or possibly earlier. According to the announcement:

In this action packed final installment we are introduced to 3 new characters played by Daamen J. Krall, Herbert Jefferson Jr. and Grace Lee Whitney as well as cameos from guest stars of the original Star Trek series such as Arlene Martel, Jack Donner, Tania Lemani and Celeste Yarnall. Act 3 gives us a spectacular battle between Rebel and Galactic Order forces while dealing with the personal dilemmas of our principal characters as they uncover more revelations, culminating in the final outcome of the story. This final act has a great mixture of drama, action and suspense sure to please Star Trek fans of all ages.
The full announcement is available here, and also mentions that the independent film Inalienable, starring many of the actors from Of Gods and Men, will only be available until May 31st.

Friday, May 23, 2008

Beyond to Release "For the Last Time, Die!"

Star Trek: Beyond is scheduled to release the first episode of their third season today. This new episode is named "For the Last Time, Die!" and according to the website, "In an attempt to change the future, Capt. Quest puts her career on-the-line to save the Alliance. "

"For the Last time, Die!" will be available for download here.

The next Beyond episode, entitled "Frozen," does not have a release date as of this posting. In this episode, "A new First Officer (Cdr. Maku) checks onboard. Lt Parker has returned to the Precipice, but his reasoning is in question."

UPDATE: "For the Last Time, Die!" seems to have been postponed until May 30th.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Intrepid Starts Principal Photography

Star Trek: Intrepid recently reported that the the principle photography for the next full-length episode, "The Stone Unturned." The episode was described by producer Nick Cook as an archeology-themed adventure story featuring Star Trek's best-known archaeologist: Jean-Luc Picard, who will be played by Patrick Stewart look-alike Giles Aston. "The Stone Unturned" is scheduled for release in 2009.

The full announcement is located here.

Friday, May 16, 2008

The Expedition Re-Releases "Time Flies"

Star Trek: The Expedition recently released a director's cut of its episode "Time Flies," which was originally debuted in early January, 2008. Details on this episode are sparse, but the website says that it stars Nick Cook of Star Trek: Intrepid fame, and that this new version features a new actress.

The "Time Flies" Director's Cut is located here.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Phase II Announces Next Episode & Guest Cast

Star Trek: Phase II announced that it will be filming a new episode this June, called "Enemy: Starfleet." Joining the cast this round will be "Mirror, Mirror"'s Barbara Luna, who will be playing, "a very surprising role for fans;" and G4tv network personality Kevin Pereira, with a role as Lt. Kevin Riley. While the details of Luna's character are under wraps for the time being, her role will be a lot more "substantial" than her role in "In Harm's Way." As for Periera, Lt. Riley's character is what James Cawley calls a "classic Enterprise crewmember."

The full announcement is located here.