More than 850,000 people have seen “Star Trek: Horizon,” the fan-film that continues the story started by “Star Trek: Enterprise.” And now those fans (and even new ones) have a chance to see a little behind behind the scenes.
Producer Tommy Kraft has released some of the bloopers and other outtakes from the film, which launched online in February. The overall production cost less than $50,000, and most of the settings used were virtually created using computer-generated images. That can be seen in these clips, where just about everything has a green screen backdrop — where the visual effects will be added later.
So what happened while Kraft filmed “Horizon”? Get your behind-the-scenes look here …
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