We're having a short-run Indiegogo campaign to help fund the fall shoot with some awesome perks for donations! For full information, go here.... and, please, HELP SPREAD THE WORD!! http://www.indiegogo.com/phase2fall?a=1590774 Our Perks $25 Starbase crew The unending knowledge that you helped make a Star Trek episode, and a thank you with your name listed in the episode's credits. $50 "Phase II" high res JPG A high resolution JPG file of Tobias Richter/The Light Work's poster "Phase II Enterprise Going Boldly" emailed to your address of choice for printing or use as a wallpaper. Phase II keychain. $75 DVD covers and label jpgs High res JPG files of our official New Voyages/Phase II DVD covers and labels for all 7 released episodes emailed to your address of choice for printing. (IHW, TSAMD, WEAT, BAF 1&2, TC, ES) (permission restricted to personal use only.) Phase II key chain, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $100 Offical release poster JPGs High res JPG files of our official New Voyages/Phase II episode posters for all 7 released episodes emailed to your address of choice for printing. (IHW, TSAMD, WEAT, BAF 1&2, TC, ES) (permission restricted to personal use only.) Phase II key chain, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $125 Signed "Phase II" poster A printed, high-resolution poster of Tobias Richter/The Light Work's "Phase II Enterprise Going Boldly" poster signed by James Cawley. Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $150 Signed script with cover. As used on set by our actors and department heads: a printed script in a binder with color, high res script cover and signed by author, James Cawley, and cast members. Choice of "Kitumba" or "Bread and Savagery". Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $250 New Voyages/Phase II DVDs High Res DVDs of all New Voyages/Phase II released episodes in DVD cases with official DVD cover and label artwork, Phase II crew jacket, Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $250 Crew T-Shirt An official Phase II crew t-shirt, Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $500 Phase II crew jacket An official Phase II crew jacket, Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $500 TOS Velour uniform A custom made Starfleet velour uniform tunic or skant, as seen in "Star Trek: The Original Series" season 2, made by the Phase II costumers in choice of division - Command, Sciences/Medical or Engineering/Security/Starfleet services. Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $750 Exclusive Phase II tablet An exclusive "special edition" tablet with Phase II logo and loaded with all released New Voyages/Phase II episodes, episode posters, and special surprises. Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $1,000 Star Traveler Package Tour of the Phase II sets and studio during filming, photo op in the command chair, photo op with cast present, footage of yourself beaming down and one grippy pop experience. (travel and lodging not included.) Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $1,500 Ultimate Writer's Package Pitch meeting with James Cawley via phone, or in person with James and Patty Wright (travel and lodging not included) and a Phase II poster for your proposed episode. Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, and a thank you with your name in the episode. $2,500 Ultimate Fan Package PRIVATE lunch with James Cawley and one cast member. (travel and lodging not included). Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. (delivery date dependent on arrangements with winners. Not necessarily during a shoot.) $6,000 ULTIMATE Star Trek Experience A one-week paid trip to work on the Starship Enterprise. (Our sets located in upstate New York) during our next June shoot. Transportation, lodging and meal allowance of $30 per day provided by the production. LIMITED TO RESIDENTS OF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES. Phase II key chain, Phase II stadium cup, printed and signed episode poster of your choice, and a thank you with your name in the episode. The gist of it: Star Trek: Phase II is an award-winning* internet series of new episodes of the orginal Star Trek, featuring the contributions of producers, writers, directors, and actors from that very same original Star Trek series and others in the Star Trek franchise. The show that set the standards is going to set another. Three episodes. One film shoot. The goal: release them all in 2013. More adventures with Captain Kirk in one year than have been seen since 1969! And we need your help...$6000 to make the November 2012 shoot a success and get all three episodes "in the can"! $6000 in 21 days - and this is what you'll get in return... "Kitumba"- the long-awaited adventure into the very heart of the Klingon empire originally proposed by John Meredyth Lucas for Paramount's "Phase II" series. Written by Patty Wright from Lucas' drafts, the episode stars James Cawley in his last full-length episode appearance with breath-taking special effects by Tobias Richter of The Light Works. "Origins: The Protracted Man" - finally, the special effects wizards at The Light Works are able to realize the story first proposed by David Gerrold back in 1967. Adapted by Gerrold for Phase II, directed by Gerrold with rising guest star Matthew Ewald ("Galidor"), a tragedy forces Kirk to look back at questionable choices he made as a cadet and his first encounters with the Enterprise, Captain Pike, and Spock. "Bread and Savagery" - there's a new Kirk in town, and things will never be the same! Network television star Brian J. Gross takes the Enterprise back to Magna Roma and a sinister surprise in an original tale penned by Rick Chambers. Begun as a childhood dream of Senior Executive Producer James Cawley, Phase II has become the realization of every fan's dream - volunteers coming from around the world on their own dime to make Star Trek for no profit but the joy of it. Every cent you contribute goes directly to fund the cost of finishing the episodes. Fans who contribute to Star Trek: Phase II's Indigogo campaign are eligible to receive exclusive rewards in exchange for individual pledges ranging from $25 to $5,000. How do we do this for so little money? Because every one of our production members is not only a volunteer, but a contributor to the legacy they love. From industry pros coming from around the world to housewives coming from around the corner, everyone works long hours in the heat, provides much of the materials and tools they need to work with, and treats the sets and studio equipment as if they paid for it themselves - because they did. So why this appeal? NASA will not fund our trips to strange new worlds...or old ones either. It's a pity, but it's the truth. Traveling to both Magna Roma and the Klingon homeworld (Q'nos) involves expenses that are above and beyond our normal contributions...and the stop at Starfleet Academy is a killer one! Any funds collected beyond the $6,000 goal will go directly to making more and better Star Trek episodes...and could bring fans glimpses of never-seen-before sets filmed with new equipment! Where we came from: Spearheaded by Executive Producer James Cawley, the series is filmed in upstate New York on museum-quality duplicates of the original sets with authentic costumes and props. Begun as a childhood dream, the project became a passion fueled by James’ work as a costumer under William Ware Theiss on Star Trek: The Next Generation. James’ dedication to detail, boundless energy, and deep respect for TOS has attracted hundreds of fans and industry professionals from around the world to contribute their talents to the non-profit production, including Star Trek alumni Walter Koenig, George Takei, Grace Lee Whitney, Denise Crosby, D.C. Fontana, David Gerrold, Jon Povill, Norman Spinrad, George Clayton Johnson, Majel Barrett Roddenberry and Eugene Roddenberry Jr. Originally named Star Trek: New Voyages, the pilot and nine episodes filmed now incorporate many of the changes planned for the aborted Paramount 1970’s Phase II series in order to track the transition from TOS to TMP. Now starring Brian J. Gross as Captain James Kirk, Star Trek: Phase II’s numerous awards include the 2007 On-Line TV Guide Award for Best SciFi Webseries, 2008 Golden Icon Awards for both best Webseries and best actor (Cawley), and both a Hugo and Nebula nomination. Paramount/CBS, who own the licenses to Star Trek, have borrowed costumes, props and set pieces for the production of Enterprise; and the freighter Ticonderoga in that series was a nod to Cawley's hometown. The goal of Star Trek: Phase II is to support and promote Paramount's Star Trek franchise by giving fans and active way to continue their interest in Star Trek: The Original Series. "A remarkable encapsulation of the original series with such truth and dedication to the ideals of the ST universe, but with a freshness that the series so deserved. And now the 1701.5 - predecessor to "A" -- all around Brilliant!" --EP/Creator of "Aethereal" Tim Sudano Who we are: Cawley Entertainment Company/Retro Film Studios, LLC: In business since 2003. Released first internet episode 2005. Eight hour long episodes released, three more in various stages of post-production. Two hour long episodes in production, with two more in pre-production. Filmed in High Definition, often using the RED ONE cameras. Website Hits: 50,000-150,000 unique visitors every month. Forum: 10,000+ members, 13,000+ fans on FaceBook Star Trek: Phase II episodes have more than 90 million downloads, and growing: with total number of views topping 500 million. Who pays attention to us: Star Trek: Phase II has been featured on television on CBS, G4, The TV of Tomorrow Show and in print reports in TV Guide, The Official Star Trek Magazine, Sci-Fi Now, Rolling Stone, Afterelton.com, UGO, TrekCore, Spirit of Film, The Raider, Financial Times, Metro Weekly, Inside Star Trek, London Times, Clarion, CNN, The New York Times and others, and in the book Homemade Hollywood. We have been contacted by many writers and actors from the Star Trek franchise who wish to participate in our show and we are working to involve each one of them. * Awards: TV Guide’s Best Sci-Fi Webseries, November 2007. (Outscored both Battlestar Galactica and The 4400) Golden Icon Award for Best Science Fiction Internet Series 2007-2008. Golden Icon Award for Best Performance - Internet Series, James Cawley, 2008 Finalist, Madrid's International SciFi/Horror CineMad Film Festival, 2007 Script Nominated for Hugo Award, 2008 (“World Enough and Time”). Script Nominated for Nebula Award, 2008 (“World Enough and Time”) James Cawley named “One of the 10 Most Important Fans in Star Trek History”, 2009 (Trek Core.com) Named “As Important to Star Trek as the Spin-Off Series”, 2010 (“Sci-Fi Now”) 2012 Chicon7 Film Festival Award: Best Fan Film - Star Trek Phase II: The Child - Director: Jon Povill Episodes: Guest Starring Star Trek alumni: Walter Koenig, George Takei, Mary Lynda Rapelye, Denise Crosby, BarBara Luna, Malachi Throne, William Windom, Bill Blair, John Winston, Eddie Paskey, Kurt Carley, and W. Morgan Shephard. Stories By: Erik Korngold (Jim Van Over), D. C. Fontana, Marc Scott Zicree, Michael Reaves, David Gerrold, Dave Galanter, Patty Wright, Jon Povil, Jaron Summers, John Meredyth Lucas, Shirley S. Maiweiski. Proposed scripts by George Clayton Johnson and Norman Spinrad. Directors include: Marc Scott Zicree, David Gerrold, Jon Povil, Mark Burchett. Behind the scenes industry professionals involved: Majel Barrett, Kevin Haney, Leslie Hoffman, Doug Drexler, Daren Dochterman, Andrew Probert, Tobias Richter, The Light Works, and the D.A.V.E. School at Universal Studios, Florida. Consulting Producers: Eugene Roddenberry Jr, D. C. Fontana, David Gerrold. Other facts: Two Beverly Hills Red-Carpet Premieres: “World Enough and Time” and “To Serve All My Days: A Night in 1969” At the Beverly Hills Fine Arts Theater, 2007 and 2008. Episodes shown on Australian television. Episodes shown in theaters in the United States, Spain, Italy, Germany, and Greece. Episodes Featured at numerous Star Trek and Sci-Fi Conventions in the United States, Spain, Italy, Germany, Japan and Israel. Episodes Translated and Subtitled in: English, Brazil/Portuguese, Czech, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Romanian, Slovak and Spanish. International Cast and Crew from: the United States, Australia, Canada, Spain, England, Scotland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Japan and Portugal. Other Ways You Can Help! Spread the word! This is an extremely short campaign and we can use all the noise you can generate!