STARSHIP TRISTAN Creative Group releases their 12th fan film: “PRIDE AND PREJUDICE”!

Last week, I announced the release of the eleventh fan film, “Sepulchre,”  from the STARSHIP TRISTAN Creative Group from POTEMKIN PICTURES.  I noted that the previous tenth release had come out seven months earlier.  But now, the new twelfth release, “Pride and Prejudice,” has followed only ONE WEEK after the eleventh.  What gives?

I decided to go to the source and ask show-runner RANDY LANDERS.  I was quite surprised to learn the answer:

Back in August, I had a quadruple bypass which delayed post production on a number of our short films. We have never before held back releases, in fact, but we actually are this time.  We released “Sepulchre” as soon as it was ready, then released the follow-up “Pride and Prejudice” a week later.  “Pride and Prejudice” was actually ready for release in January.  For the same reason, we’re holding up the release of “Shattered Sky” (a Deimos film) until we finish up and release “Prodigal Daughter.”

It’s quite possible we will have four releases in March!

I asked Randy how he was doing after the bypass.  (My own father had a double bypass about three years ago and is still going strong).

I’m doing great. You can quote me, and report that two productions were filmed without me (“New Orders,” which was directed by Jason Furman, and “Sepulchre” which was directed by Lee Drew).  And “Pride and Prejudice” was directed by Christin Woods [who plays T’Noshi  -Jonathan] relieving me of that concern as well. I’m very proud of the work they did to get these productions completed.

I should also mention that this latest episode from the Tristan folk was written by WILLIAM C. SEARCY, who plays the fan-favorite character of the half-Vulcan Dr. Skep Anderson.

So please enjoy the second Potemkin Pictures fan film release in two weeks, “Pride and Prejudice”…


3 thoughts on “STARSHIP TRISTAN Creative Group releases their 12th fan film: “PRIDE AND PREJUDICE”!”

  1. The show that you have here, i saw it befor and i like it but will the person who did this will he finish it up?, i am talking to a person who has the 11′ model of the star ship enterprise model and i told them i am going to make a 50′ model of the star ship. I also sent a e-mail off to the u.s. navy to use the name of the enterprise. I don’t think no one have talk to the u.s. navy to use all of the names from star trek world.

    1. Nope, no need to talk to the U.S. Navy. The United States owns no copyrights or trademarks because everything is paid for with taxpayer dollars and therefore remains entirely in the public domain. That’s why you can use any Hubble Telescope image or any other photo from a NASA probe royalty free. (Trust me, I used to work for NASA’s public resource center.) 🙂

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