Prelude to Axanar is a short film that will give viewers a historical look at the events leading up to the Battle of Axanar, the central event of the film Axanar, to be filmed later this year. Shot like a History Channel special, Prelude to Axanar will be Star Trek like you have never seen it before, showing the central characters of Axanar giving both a historical and personal account of the war. How did Starfleet build its fleet? How did they hold off a Klingon fleet that had been conquering star systems for centuries? What role did the various founding planets play in Starfleet? Why were the Constitution class ships so important to Starfleet? How did Garth of Izar come to be regarded as the greatest Starfleet Captain of his time?
This Kickstarter is for Prelude to Axanar, which we will film as soon as this Kickstarter is funded. We need $ 10,000- $ 15,000 for Prelude, which will pay for the actors, the make-up and the visual effects. The resulting film will be about 20 minutes and also produce about half a dozen vignettes of the characters talking about different subjects.
Starring Richard Hatch and Michael Hogan (aka Tom Zarek and Col. Tigh)
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