The Fan Film Guidelines Breakdown – Part 5

Guideline 5) The fan production must be a real “fan” production, i.e., creators, actors and all other participants must be amateurs, cannot be compensated for their services, and cannot be currently or previously employed on any Star Trek series, films, production of DVDs or with any of CBS or Paramount Pictures’ licensees.

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The Fan Film Guidelines Breakdown – Part Four

Guideline 4) If the fan production uses commercially-available Star Trek uniforms, accessories, toys and props, these items must be official merchandise and not bootleg items or imitations of such commercially available products [..]

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The Fan Film Guidelines Breakdown – Part Three

Guideline 3) The content in the fan production must be original, not reproductions, recreations or clips from any Star Trek production. If non-Star Trek third party content is used, all necessary permissions for any third party content should be obtained in writing [..]

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The Fan Film Guidelines Breakdown – Part Two

Guideline 2) The title of the fan production or any parts cannot include the name “Star Trek.” However, the title must contain a subtitle with the phrase: “A STAR TREK FAN PRODUCTION” in plain typeface. The fan production cannot use the term “official” in either its title or subtitle or in any marketing, promotions or social media for the fan production [..]

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The Fan Film Guidelines Breakdown – Part One

Guideline 1) The fan production must be less than 15 minutes for a single self-contained story or no more than 2 segments, episodes or parts, not to exceed 30 minutes total, with no additional seasons, episodes, parts, sequels or remakes.  

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Engage Podcast With John Van Citters – The Fan Film Guidelines

This is a work in progress and has taken me well over 25 hours to transcribe and triple check, however,

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