Star Trek Yorktown : A Time to Heal - Trekspeak Interview





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Published on Mar 6, 2012

Yorktown : A Time to Heal is a fan film that featured George Takei playing Sulu in between Star Trek III and IV. Due to an article in Starlog magazine at the time, many people are aware of the film however very little footage has ever been seen and the film was never finished at the time.

In this video interview available also as a podcast on Itunes, Darren speaks with Producer John Atkin who shares the background on the film including how Stan Woo, the original film maker, managed to get George Takei involved as well as Andrew Probert(ST:TMP, ST:TNG) who designed starships for the project.

The film is now being remastered from old negatives with new footage being shot to be added to the final cut and John discusses how the old Super 8 footage will be matched to the new scenes.

What ships are we going to see courtesy of Roland Baron(Of Gods and Men, VFX)?, When will the film be out? and many more questions are addressed in this 37 minute interview.

The video includes never before seen Yorktown footage featuring Sulu and a glimpse at the new Klingon scenes recently filmed to be added to the original footage and also many photos from the set, new ship designs and much more.

A new VFX trailer is available and that is also included as well as a commonly available non-remastered trailer.
Many thanks to John for taking part and keeping us all up to date on this amazing historical project.

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