Before we talk about about Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, we would like to let you know that this is your last opportunity to watch Inalienable online. It will only be available until May 31st 2008.
Inalienable stars Richard Hatch and Walter Koenig and is also produced by Renegade Studios.
Still guilt-ridden over the accident that took his family’s lives, Eric Norris discovers that his body is host to a parasite from another world. Except, it is more than a parasite: it carries his DNA. Is this his new son or–as the government believes–a threat to mankind?
“InAlienable” stars Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica), Courtney Peldon (Boston Public), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: Next Generation), Erick Avari (Stargate, Heroes) and Walter Koenig (original Star Trek). The strong supporting cast includes Jay Acovone (Stargate SG-1), Judy Levitt (Babylon 5), Andrew Koenig (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Pat Tallman (Babylon 5), Gary Graham (Alien Nation, Star Trek: Enterprise), Alan Ruck (Star Trek: Generations, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off), Philip Anthony Rodriguez (Jake 2.0, Star Trek: Enterprise) and Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager)
InAlienable is a tour de force in filmmaking…..a culmination of a lifetime of achievement in the entertainment industry by Walter Koenig…world renowned as the iconic “Chekov”and ‘Bester” of Babalon 5, author and television writer and now Producer. “InAlienable is a work of love by all that were involved,” Walter Koenig stated. “I’m extremely proud of our production team, cast and crew. As to our groundbreaking use of the Internet for initial distribution, I have to say it’s exciting to go where no one has gone before.”
Directed by Robert Dyke.
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In this action packed final installment we are introduced to 3 new characters played by Daamen J. Krall, Herbert Jefferson Jr. and Grace Lee Whitney as well as cameos from guest stars of the original Star Trek series such as Arlene Martel, Jack Donner, Tania Lemani and Celeste Yarnall. Act 3 gives us a spectacular battle between Rebel and Galactic Order forces while dealing with the personal dilemmas of our principal characters as they uncover more revelations, culminating in the final outcome of the story. This final act has a great mixture of drama, action and suspense sure to please Star Trek fans of all ages.
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men stars Walter Koenig and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura and Chekov from original Star Trek) along with Alan Ruck (Captain John Harriman of the seventh feature film, Star Trek Generations). Joining them are Grace Lee Whitney (original Star Trek ); Garrett Wang and Ethan Phillips (Voyager); Cirroc Lofton, Chase Masterson and JG Hertzler (Deep Space Nine), Gary Graham and Crystal Allen (Enterprise), Herb Jefferson (Battlestar Galactica) plus Tim Russ (Voyager), who also directed.
Producer Sky Douglas Conway and Deep Space Nine freelance storywriters Jack Trevino and Ethan H. Calk wrote OGAM . Director of photography is Doug Knapp . In addition, many artists in the field of makeup and lighting have joined them for what has proved to be a history-making event.
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men was produced in association with newvoyages.com and was filmed in part on the “New Voyages” set in New York state as well as locations in Los Angeles.
You may watch Parts 1 and 2 (and soon part 3!) of Star Trek: Of Gods and Men on our official website.
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