It’s three years in the making, and cost less than $50,000. Yet many fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the fan-film “Star Trek: Horizon” on Feb. 28.
Written, directed and produced by young filmmaker Tommy Kraft, continuing the story from “Star Trek: Enterprise” has been a dream of his since the show’s cancellation more than a decade ago, when he was just a teenager.
Now, just a year before the events depicted in the final episode of “Enterprise,” Kraft brings the historical Romulan War to life … but with a twist.
Check out the latest trailer for “Star Trek: Horizon,” and read Kraft’s interview with 1701News’ Michael Hinman by clicking here.
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