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Carlos Pedraza [New Moves on Fan Films]
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 ===== New Moves on Fan Films ===== ===== New Moves on Fan Films =====
  
-On April 20, 2016, Burke reached out to //Star Trek–Horizon//​ creator Tommy Kraft, [[tommy_kraft|strongly suggesting]] Kraft cancel his sequel'​s planned $250,000 crowdfunding campaign, citing the legal fallout from Axanar'​s activities. Burke indicated more fan productions were getting a similar call.+On April 20, 2016, [[#cbs consumer products|CBS' ​Burke]] reached out to //Star Trek–Horizon//​ creator Tommy Kraft, [[tommy_kraft|strongly suggesting]] Kraft cancel his sequel'​s planned $250,000 crowdfunding campaign, citing the legal fallout from Axanar'​s activities. Burke indicated more fan productions were getting a similar call.
  
 On March 31, 2018, according to British fan producer Samuel Cockings, CBS Legal emailed him suggesting he [[temporal_anomaly|delay releasing]] his movie, //Star Trek: Temporal Anomaly//, because of issues that appeared to be related to Cockings not adhering to CBS' [[cbs_guidelines|fan film guidelines]] which may have included: On March 31, 2018, according to British fan producer Samuel Cockings, CBS Legal emailed him suggesting he [[temporal_anomaly|delay releasing]] his movie, //Star Trek: Temporal Anomaly//, because of issues that appeared to be related to Cockings not adhering to CBS' [[cbs_guidelines|fan film guidelines]] which may have included:
   * His use of audio and video from official Star Trek productions (Guideline 2).   * His use of audio and video from official Star Trek productions (Guideline 2).
-  * Including ​"Star Trek" in the title of the film and failing to include the subtitle, "A Star Trek Fan Production"​ (Guideline 3).+  * Using "Star Trek" in the title of the film and failing to include the subtitle, "A Star Trek Fan Production"​ (Guideline 3).
   * The film's 50-minute runtime, 20 minutes longer than suggested by the guidelines (Guideline 1). {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}}   * The film's 50-minute runtime, 20 minutes longer than suggested by the guidelines (Guideline 1). {{:​axamonitor-ico.gif?​nolink|}}
  
 **Keywords** {{tag>​players,​ fan_films, guidelines, CBS}} **Keywords** {{tag>​players,​ fan_films, guidelines, CBS}}