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SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 156 – Our Interview with Vic Mignogna, Chris Doohan, and Mike Bednar from Star Trek Continues

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 156

Our Interview With Vic Mignogna, Chris Doohan, and Mike Bednar

From Star Trek Continues

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Star Trek Continues

In association with Farragut Films and Dracogen Investments, Vic Mignogna (a Farragut Films principal), is set to direct this new web series based on the original (and still the best) Star Trek series.

The premise of the series is based on the original 5-year voyage. The original series ended three years into the journey. Vic and his team are starting this new series right where the original left off.

This new series is being brought to you in partnership with Farragut Films and DracoGen Investments – creators of the award-winning web series, Starship Farragut. The series is being shot in the original 4:3 format to keep the authenticity of the framing of the original series. It is very important to us that we provide a quality show and ancillary products, such as our website. Website development is provided in association with Stupidcat.com.

Farragut Films is a film group headquartered in Washington D.C, which produces Starship Farragut, an award-winning webseries based on The Original Series of Star Trek. Farragut Films has completed four live action films, two animated episodes, and one comic book. Farragut Films is in post production of their latest episode, “The Price of Anything” slated for an August 2012 release and are in pre-production of a new webseries entitled, Star Trek Continues. Farragut Films is a non-profit entity within the State of Maryland. For more information, please visit www.farragutfilms.com

Dracogen Strategic Investments is the creation of Steven Dengler – entrepreneur, pilot, co-founder of XE.com Inc., and all-round geek. Dracogen is committed to making awesome things happen whenever it can. Besides backing some pretty amazing tech companies, it also supports fun creative projects and has a particular affinity for Child’s Play Charity. Learn more about Dracogen atwww.dracogen.com.

Stupidcat.com is a unique and successful web development firm with 15 years of experience having built large-scale web solutions generating millions of dollars in revenue. Semi-retired from web development, they hand pick projects and provide free web design support to anyone via Twitter (@stupidcatdesign). Stupidcat.com is the brainchild of Steve Crandall. Steve is currently writing several ebooks on web design and producing video tutorials to help others in the industry. Learn more about their work at Stupidcat.com

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3 Comments

  1. Christopher Brent December 4, 2012

    Boring as dirt. It was literally putting me to sleep listening to this nonsense. Vic Mignogna doesn’t sound ANYTHING at all like Jim Kirk. Michael Bednar is as boring and wooden as ever. And Chris Doohan…well, God knows what he is doing involved with these toxic narcicisst! No doubt his father is looking down on him in disappointment and utter sadness.

    Definitely not creative and professional

  2. Scott December 7, 2012 — Post Author

    Well, the fan film circuit is not for everyone, that is for sure. There are certainly Star Trek fans who are satisfied with what is out there produced by Paramount and so forth. But then there are also those who want more stories, who want to see the characters they’ve loved continue, and I believe this is where fan films most notably work. They fill the void of not having trek on the air.

    Not all of them work, but all of them are done by fans like yourself that love the franchise. And of the fan films, Star Trek Continue pays the best homage to the original series.

    But fan films are not for everyone. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Lee December 13, 2012

    Great interview guys I am why behind on your podcasts but will try to get caught up over the holidays. Keep up the good work guys.

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