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FAN FILM FRIDAY: Luke's Change, An Inside Job

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If you're fed up with all of those "investigative reporter conspiracy theory" documentaries slithering around the media, here's one that will get you chuckling.  Really well-done short using recycled clips to great advantage, by Graham Putnam.

 

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: Star Sports

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Now, this is more like it: a fan film that looks like it was put together on a shoestring budget, with craft paper and somebody's castoff shag carpet for costumes.

 

It's the goofy ebullience of the actors, as well as the ridiculous sight gags, that get "Star Sports" named as Republibot's Fan Film of the Week.

 

And we're not alone in our opinion--this short won the 2009 Official Star Wars Fan Movie Challenge.

 

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: Portal: No Escape

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Here's a stylish and moody short by Dan Trachtenberg and starring a very driven Danielle Rayne as a woman who tries to escape a prison cell, based on the video game Portal.

 

The special effects are pretty neat, and the action is editied beautifully to make great use of the dark and atmospheric music.

 

And let's face it: we've all kinda had one of these days...

 

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: A Light In The Darkness

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With production values as good as any TV series, and a large volunteer crew to match, this award-winning, three-part fan film by P. J. Tamayo and Fed Wetherbee looks slick, sounds great, and has an interesting take on the "meanwhile, elsewhere in the galaxy" concept.

 

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So Ya Wanna Be A Doctor, Eh?

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This is Hearty White, who has occasionally commented on our site under the name "Ovadiah David." He's auditioning for the part of "The Doctor" for whenever Matt Smith leaves the show. There's really nothing more anyone needs to know apart from that. Just let his work speak for itself.

 

 

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: Galactica: The Saga Continues

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This is just a trailer for a completely-animated CGI fanfilm series, but it's the one The Promised Land was a setup for. As crappy as Promised Land was, this genuinely looks pretty awesome. It appears to take a *LOT* of cues from the abandoned Singer/DeSanto revival attempt from a decade ago.  Don't see many humans in it, but that may not entirely be a drawback...

 

 

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: Battlestar Galactica, The Promised Land

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"Battlestar Galactica:The Promised Land" is a fan film with an odd agenda. Someone cobbled together a semi-coherent story composed *mostly* of G-80 footage, plus a lot of stuff grabbed from a half-dozen different movies and TV shows. It's not very good, honestly, but playing 'spot the clip' is interesting.

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"ENEMY: STARFLEET" Now Online!

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It may be eighteen months late, but The Star Trek: Phase 2 people have finally gotten "Enemy: Starfleet" online. It's available for free download at several places around the web, but if you're grossly incompetent (Like me!) you'll be unable to get any of 'em to work. Which means you can watch it here in tolerably low quality below the jump.

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INTERVIEW: Scott Cummins talks about his work on the Starship Exeter fan film, “The Tressaurian Intersection.”

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With us today, we've got Scott Cummins, who directed the Starship: Exeter episode, "The Tressaurian Intersection." Now, there's a zillion different Star Trek fan films out there, but I admit I've always had a special fascination for Exeter, and I've always wanted to know more about it. Scott, thank you very much for agreeing to speak with us today! SCOTT CUMMINS: Thanks. I'm very proud of the show and I'm glad people have enjoyed it. REPUBLIBOT 3.0: First off, Scott, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Who are you, and what's your day job? SCOTT:

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