We are absolutely amazed by the outpouring of your support and love for our project! The newest Kickstarter campaign to fund the 90 minute feature film of “Axanar” went live on Friday July 25th, and by midnight on Tuesday the 29th, our supporters had gotten us to the first goal! We absolutely could not have done this without each and everyone of you on Team Axanar. Thank you, from the bottom of our warp nacelles.
The 20 minute Prelude To Axanar had it’s world premiere with a red carpet event during San Diego’s Comic Con International featuring the cast and crew, sharing the results from weeks of hard work. Our dedicated team of professionals are unlike any other, and once you’ve seen Prelude, you’ll understand what we mean.
Comments and reviews are coming in by the transporter load, here are some highlights:
An article about the second kickstarter going live over on Tech Authority here.
TrekMovie.Com did a feature about the kickstarter and the premiere.
An update and coverage of both kickstarter campaigns on Aggressive Comix.
A review of Prelude from RodgerEbert.com.
The quotes from YOU! We’d love to know what you think, please let us know after you’ve watched Prelude, which you can watch on the official Kickstarter page.
James Cawley: “I just got to see Prelude to Axanar last night, and I have to say what an incredible job the entire team has done! It was completely enjoyable and so very well done! Kudos and Bravo to all! As Gene Roddenberry once said “STAR TREK LIVES!”
Christophe Pettus: “I’m just blown away with how good that looks. It’s the most Star Trek-feeling Star Trek production I’ve seen in a long time.”
Amy Liebert from Kentucky said “Just saw Prelude. Seriously amazing stuff- I believe the *technical* term is ‘gobsmacked’. Picking the pieces of my ‘sploded head up off the floor now while my inner Trekkie teenager weeps with delight.”
Graeme Spencer “Spectacular, deserves a full cinematic release. Absolutely brilliant work.”
Joshua McHugh: “ So…you know the joke that “The History Channel” used to be “The Hitler Channel,” because all it would show was WWII documentaries? That’s what I want with this. Just….Axanar documentaries. All over the place. That was phenomenal. I can’t WAIT for the feature!”
Dave Combe: “The first real Star Trek in 9 years. My god. Fantastic work.”
The com is open, we await your transmissions.