Star Trek: Phoenix is a Star Trek fan-created Internet episode. The production is set in a time period of 42 years following the events in the motion picture, Star Trek: Nemesis, and adheres to the Prime Timeline created by Gene Roddenberry. The pilot episode titled Cloak & Dagger premiered on the Internet, May 2, 2010.
After their diplomatic envoy crashes on the remote planet of Katrassii Prime, Captain Avari and the crew of the U.S.S. Phoenix embark on a dangerous mission to rescue them. Upon arrival in the Neutral Zone, the rescue team faces a labyrinth of mysteries while their true enemy lurks in the shadows. The crew of the Phoenix will sail into the unknown as the architect of their destruction leads them back to the beginning of their maiden voyage.
About the Production
From 2008-10, Star Trek: Phoenix was the largest consistent film production in the Pacific Northwest with more than 150 volunteers comprised of industry professionals and non-professionals. Cloak & Dagger was produced by Seattle production companies Temporal Studios, Abundant Productions, and Sonnet Realm Films; Directed by Sam Akina, Gale Benning, and Leo Roberts. Executive produced by Leo Roberts, Ben Andrews, and Lorraine Montez.
“Star Trek” is the copyright and intellectual property of CBS and Paramount Pictures. Star Trek: Phoenix is operated as a not-for-profit endeavor and does not possess a 501(c)(3) tax exempt status in the United States. No single individual, group, and/or entity associated with Star Trek: Phoenix profited/profits from this production and/or distribution. Star Trek: Phoenix and its related producers honor the unspoken agreement between “Star Trek” fan films and CBS/Paramount Pictures.
All intellectual property within Star Trek: Phoenix is used with permission from their respective authors/owners. Copyright © 2008-16. All Rights Reserved.