$7 Saturday screening supports second season of Star Trek satire

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Voyage Trekkers’ first season is in the books, and the locally produced web series that skewers Star Trek tropes is hoping to raise money for a second mission with a screening this weekend at Phoenix’s FilmBar. For $7, you can catch the whole first season at either 8 or 9 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 7 — while mingling with the cast and crew.

Directed by Nathan Blackwell, the shorts star Adam Rini as brash Captain Sunstrike, Gabrielle Van Buren as Doctor Rena and Logan Blackwell as Commander Powell.

Incidentally, FilmBar (815 N Second St.) was the site of Voyage Trekkers’ gala premiere back in July. So head back to where the adventure started and support a cool, Arizona-based twist on a sci-fi legend!


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