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tommy_kraft [2016/05/17 21:01]
Carlos Pedraza [Axanar, Crowdfunding Behind New CBS Moves Against Fan Films, Says 'Horizon' Creator]
tommy_kraft [2016/05/17 21:02]
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 Axanar was essentially doing the same thing, Kraft said. "They were making a for-profit business off of this — Ares [Studios] — and calling it the first professional independent Star Trek production. They tried very hard to shirk the 'fan film' label and be viewed as a 'real movie.'​ I feel like a lot of that kind of stuff may have crossed the line." Axanar was essentially doing the same thing, Kraft said. "They were making a for-profit business off of this — Ares [Studios] — and calling it the first professional independent Star Trek production. They tried very hard to shirk the 'fan film' label and be viewed as a 'real movie.'​ I feel like a lot of that kind of stuff may have crossed the line."
  
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 He added that Burke told him the Axanar case is changing how CBS must now deal with fan productions. "He did say, '​Historically we've been supportive of fan films, but because of everything that's going on, we're having to change how we do things.'"​ He added that Burke told him the Axanar case is changing how CBS must now deal with fan productions. "He did say, '​Historically we've been supportive of fan films, but because of everything that's going on, we're having to change how we do things.'"​