(Seattle, WA) Boldly stepping into the final frontier of 'Star Trek' Internet fan films, Temporal Studios is warping a new series to fans worldwide.
Star Trek: Phoenix will take fans back to the roots of "Star Trek" as created by Gene Roddenberry and will focus on exploration, adventure, and first contact in the Alpha and Gamma Quadrants. The series is set in a time period of 42 years following the events in the film "Star Trek: Nemesis".
The pilot episode titled "Redivivus" is currently in pre-production and is tentatively slated for a release in 2009. "Redivivus" is currently penned and will be directed by Executive Producer, Leo Roberts. All acting and staff positions are by volunteer in nature. "Star Trek" is copyrighted and owned by Paramount Studios/CBS and the series is not able to profit.
Star Trek: Phoenix will be filmed in HD (16:9) and episodes will be distributed free on the Internet in various formats including downloadable episodes for iTunes. The show currently has 65 staff members and is comprised of Hollywood professionals and non-professionals alike. The series is still seeking volunteers to serve in various capacities.