To Have Boldly Gone

Prepare to go where no fan production has gone before!

Fan films are dreams come true, wish-fulfillment fantasies realized through the miracle of video production. But what if it all happened for REAL? What if you were suddenly on board the USS Enterprise and Captain Kirk and his crew needed YOUR help? Would you know what to do? After all, you’re the ultimate Trekkie, right?

But this isn’t just a show anymore, and those Klingons are really shooting at you!

Meet Peter Warren, a “get-a-life” Star Trek fanatic who wakes up on the bridge of the USS Enterprise in his Captain Kirk pajamas…only to discover the ship is empty, the crew displaced in time, and an unstoppable foe from the future has a plan that is futile to resist. Can a Trekkie in his pajamas possibly save the Federation all by himself?

Cross the threshold between reality and fantasy as the two become one in the upcoming fan film “To Have Boldly Gone.” With your generous donations, you can help turn this fantasy into a wonderful reality for fans everywhere to watch and enjoy!



The Looking Glass

“A starship captain’s most solemn oath is that he will give his life, even his entire crew, rather than violate the Prime Directive…” – Captain James T. Kirk

In THE LOOKING GLASS, the first episode of Tales from The Neutral Zone, Captain Jane Tobin (Lezlie Sawyer) is faced with a dilemma every Starfleet captain must face: violate General Order One, the Prime Directive, or maintain non-interference?

Find out in THE LOOKING GLASS, the first episode in the Tales from The Neutral Zone series.



What steps would you take if you found half of your crew missing?

Tales from The Neutral Zone presents the trailer “Endosymbiosis,” the second Star Trek Fan Film from Neutral Zone Studios in Kingsland, GA



The daughter of a starship’s first officer finds herself abandoned after an attack. Only armed with her wits and the experimental M6 multitronic unit, she sets out to rescue the crew.

The Neutral Zone is currently closed for the summer.
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