Our 2018 Guests of Honor
David Gerrold
J. G. Hertzler
James Horan
Gary Graham
 
Scott L. Schwartz
     
Our 2018 Featured Guests
JOHN CABALLERO
LARRY KRUMENAKER
CLAY SAYRE
JOE CEPEDA
SCOTT LYTTLE
GREG TEFT
MIKE FABER
MARK McCRAY
RAY TESI
LARRY FLEMING
KEVIN C. NEECE
CHRISTOPHER TEVEBAUGH
MIKE GORDON
LESLIE E. OWEN
ADAM THRONE
MATT GREEN
DA'NEILLE ROY
JIM VON DOLTEREN
MICHAEL L. KING
 
GLEN L. WOLFE
     
Our 2018 Guest Performers
DIRTY HARRY
NICK EDELSTEIN
KONORA THE KLINGON
 
FELT NERDY
 
     
Our 2018 Guest Artists
MISSY BEN-YEHOSHUA
BETTY LIAO
SARAH WADE
TAMARA COMSTOCK
CARLY STRICKLAND
DIMITRI WALKER
ABBY HERMES
 
KATIE WHATLEY
     
Our 2018 Senior Staff
 Eric L. Watts, Founder & Chairman, Senior Director of Programming •  Christopher M. Jones, Director of Auxiliary Programming Track Operations
 William MacLeod, Director of Convention Operations  Dimitri Walker, Artists Alley & Art Show Director
 Mari Key, Director of On-Site Registration  Chris Seebacher, Gaming Room Director
 Amanda McGowan, Director of Guest Transportation & Services  Cindy MacLeod, Director of Dealer Relations
 Gaylen Greve, Director of Security  Ken Lackner, Director of Photography
•  Brian Holloway, Director of Star Trek Programming Track Operations  Matthia Drake, Con Suite Director
   
Our 2018 Hours of Operation, Programming Tracks & Special Events Schedule
 
The 2018 Independent Star Trek Fan Film Festival
 
Our 2018 Dealers
 
Guests of Honor

Conrad Coates
Conrad Coates
is a British-Canadian actor who played Admiral Terral in the Star Trek: Discovery episodes "Choose Your Pain," "Lethe," "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" and "Into the Forest I Go."

The Toronto-based actor has appeared in over 100 television episodes and more than 40 stage productions.  Coates' first television appearance was in a 1989 episode of War of the Worlds.  Since then, he has appeared in recurring roles on These Arms of Mine, La Femme Nikita, The Zack Files, Tracker, Slings and Arrows, Bionic Woman, The Dresden Files, Kyle XY, Degrassi: The Next Generation, Da Kink in My Hair, Disney XD's Skyrunners Testimonials, Sanctuary, Saving Hope, The Strain, Good Witch, Defiance, V Morgan Is Dead, Cardinal and Dark Matter.  
He also appeared as General Field in the 2016 blockbuster motion picture X-Men: Apocalypse.  A veteran of the stage, Coates spent two seasons at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival performing in Romeo and Juliet, The Taming of the Shrew and As You Like It.

Coates will attend our VIP Champagne Reception on Friday evening, host a Q&A hour on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, serve as a judge for the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant on Saturday evening, and serve as a presenter at the Bjo Awards on Sunday afternoon.  At other times, he will be available for autographs and portrait photo opps.

 
Gary Graham
Gary Graham
played two roles in Star Trek: the Ocampa Tanis in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Cold Fire" and the Vulcan ambassador Soval in eleven episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise, including "Broken Bow," "Shadows of P'Jem," "Shockwave, Part II," "Cease Fire," "The Expanse," "Twilight," "Home," "The Forge," "Awakening," "Kir'Shara" and "Terra Prime."  He reprised his role as Soval in the independent Star Trek fan film Prelude to Axanar and also played Ragnar in the fan films Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and Star Trek: Renegades.

Beyond the realm of Star Trek, Graham is probably best known for playing Matt Sikes in the television series Alien Nation and a recurring role on the television series M.A.N.T.I.S.  His feature films include Lost on Paradise Island, Hardcore, The Hollywood Knights, All the Right Moves, The Arrogant, The Last Warrior, Robot Jox, Man Trouble, Necronomicon: Book of the Dead, Flight of the Dove, To Die Quietly, Steel, Running Woman, Siren, Plugged, Mistaken Identity, InAlienable, Quantum Quest: A Cassini Odyssey, Dreams Awake and Action Hero.

Graham will attend our VIP Champagne Reception on Friday evening, host a Q&A hour on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, serve as a judge for the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant on Saturday evening, and serve as a presenter at the Bjo Awards on Sunday afternoon.  At other times, he will be available for autographs and portrait photo opps.
 
Robert Duncan McNeill
Robert Duncan McNeill is best known for portraying Tom Paris in every episode of Star Trek: Voyager.  He had previously appeared as Nicholas Locarno in the fifth-season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The First Duty."  He has also directed episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.

McNeill attended high school in Atlanta, Georgia, after moving around with his parents frequently as a child.  While in high school, he performed in many regional theaters and eventually decided to pursue an acting career.  He auditioned for and won a place at the acting conservatory at The Julliard School in New York.  While at Juilliard, he performed in numerous stage plays and began to audition for roles in film and television.  McNeill made his feature film debut with an uncredited appearance in the 1981 thriller Sharky's Machine, which was filmed on location in Atlanta.

McNeill's first true break came when he won the role of Charlie Brent on the popular daytime soap opera All My Children in 1986.  Soon after, he was cast in a critically praised episode of the 1980s edition of The Twilight Zone, "A Message from Charity."  He went on to co-star in the 1987 science fiction/fantasy film Masters of the Universe.  In 1988, after winning a Daytime Emmy nomination for Best Young Actor, McNeill left All My Children to join the cast of the Broadway hit Six Degrees of Separation, winning praise for his portrayal of the character Rick.

McNeill would go on to appear in the television mini-series Lucky/Chances in 1990 and, that same year, made a guest appearance on the hit TV series Quantum Leap.  The following year, he appeared on L. A. Law and in 1992, he would make his first Star Trek appearance in "The First Duty."  He was a featured guest star in an episode of Murder, She Wrote and in the TV movie One More Mountain.  He joined the cast of the short-lived television series Going to Extremes and performed again on Broadway before winning the role of Tom Paris on Star Trek: Voyager.  It was during his time on Voyager that McNeill began a career behind the camera.  Beginning with the Voyager episode "Sacred Ground" in 1996, McNeill has made an impressive turn as a director for episodic television.  He would go on to direct three more episodes of Voyager.  He also wrote and directed two short original films, The Battery and 9mm of Love.  Since then, he has directed episodes of shows like Dawson's Creek, Dead Like Me, The O. C., One Tree Hill, Supernatural, Desperate Housewives, Las Vegas and, of course, Star Trek: Enterprise.  More recently, he directed for The Nine and What About Brian.  He also directed the pilot episode for Samantha Who?

Since Star Trek: Voyager came to an end in 2001, McNeill has worked primarily as a director.  However, he did co-star in the independent horror movie Infested in 2002.  He also appeared in two episodes of Crossing Jordan and was a producer and director on the NBC series Chuck.

McNeil has stated that he was offered the chance to direct a Star Trek: Discovery episode but was unavailable, though stating that he would "love to do it."

McNeill will be appearing at Treklanta on Saturday and Sunday.  He will host a Q&A hour on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, serve as a judge for the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant on Saturday evening, and serve as a presenter at the Bjo Awards on Sunday afternoon.  At other times, he will be available for autographs and portrait photo opps.
 
Robert O'Reilly
Robert O'Reilly played Gowron in four episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation ("Reunion," "Redemption," "Redemption II" and "Rightful Heir") and seven episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ("The House of Quark," "The Way of the Warrior," "Broken Link," "Apocalypse Rising," "By Inferno's Light," "When It Rains..." and "Tacking Into the Wind").

O'Reilly will attend our VIP Champagne Reception on Friday evening, host a Q&A hour on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, serve as a judge for the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant on Saturday evening, and serve as a presenter at the Bjo Awards on Sunday afternoon.  At other times, he will be available for autographs and portrait photo opps.
Author Guest of Honor
David R. George III
David R. George III
is The New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who co-wrote the first-season Star Trek: Voyager episode "Prime Factors" and the author of 18 Star Trek novels and 18 articles for Star Trek Magazine.

George's Star Trek novels include Original Sin, The Long Mirage, Ascendance, Sacraments of Fire, One Constant Star, Revelation and Dust, Allegiance in Exile, Raise the Dawn, Plagues of Night, Rough Beasts of Empire, The Embrace of Cold Architects, The Star to Every Wandering, The Fire and the Rose, Provenance of Shadows, Olympus Descending, Serpents Among the Ruins, Twilight and The 34th Rule.

His articles for Star Trek Magazine include "Star Trek 45s: 'Fight or Flight,'" "Do You Believe in Miracles?," "The Ultimate Guide: Deep Space Nine, Season 7," "Who Is... Christopher Pike?," "Who Is... Scotty?," "Who Is... Chekov?," "Resurrecting Okona," "Who Is... Doctor McCoy?," "Who Is... Sulu?," "Who Is... Jim Kirk?," "Life from Lifelessness," "Condemned for a Villain: Winn Adami," "Trek Lit Villains: Colonel Mitra," "Trek Lit Villains: Aventeer Vokar," "The Voice of the Hidden Waterfall," "Cowboys and Diplomats," "All the Galaxy's a Stage" and "Of Ice and Moonlight."

George's non-Trek work includes the novelettes "Moon Over Luna," "The Instruments of Vice" and "The Dark Arts Come to Hebron," all available as e-books on Amazon.com.

Born and raised in New York City, George and his wife Karen now reside in Atlanta, Georgia.  Visit his web site at DRGIII.com.
Fan Guest of Honor
John Halvorson
It was in the Northwest that John Halvorson discovered Star Trek, and also discovered his path in fandom lay in a somewhat darker direction.  In 1979, Halvorson started a Star Trek club, the Klingon Strike Force, which had gamers, costumers, writers "and miscreants, like ME!," he says.

But marriage and kids and moving around the country took priority over the Empire.  When 1989 came, Halvorson felt the tugs of Star Trek once again, and started a second Imperial organization, the Klingon Assault Group (KAG).  Some years ago, he turned over the leadership of KAG to a fine succession of people who didn't know any better.  And KAG keeps on going—now in its 29th year, the club has been expanding around the globe.  One of the Klingon accomplishments that Halvorson is most proud of is bringing organized Klingon fandom to South and Central America with KAG's Bat'leth Fleet.

Klin-Fire!!, the Klingon Assault Group's Fleet on the western side of the United States, is a constant delight for Halvorson, where he gets to experiment with projects and ideas that can better communities, or are just goofy Klingon fun.

In Klingon circles, Halvorson is known as KRIS, leading a batch of ne'er-do-wells in the Los Angeles area with a KAG ship called the IKV Dark Sun.  "IKV is 'Imperial Klingon Vessel'... although 'ickiv' ought to be a Klingon word, right?"  Seriously, John?  "Sure!!"

Halvorson comes to Treklanta with a plan that afterwards, he'll visit Huntsville, Alabama, and see the homes he grew up in with adult eyes.  "But playing Klingon, especially TOS Klingon, is definitely good, clean, nasty fun for an adult's 'inner child.'"
Featured Guests
Ann Elliott Drew
A local stage actress, Ann Elliott Drew has been involved with Potemkin Pictures for two years, both behind the scenes as makeup artist, sound technician and wardrobe mistress for their productions, as well as onscreen as a frequent guest character.  She has played an Alobe, a Klingon, a human space lab researcher and an Andorian scientist.  She's been a tremendous asset to the production, and will be at Treklanta to assist in the filming of the Potemkin Pictures production being shot on Friday night.
 
Lee Drew
Lee Drew
has had quite a background in local theater in Birmingham, Alabama.  He has been involved with Potemkin Pictures since 2015 and is almost always on the set during shoots, whether on camera or behind it.  Drew has played a Klingon several times, but is best known for his portrayal of Erik Drogo, Chief Security Officer of the USS Deimos.  Drew will be at Treklanta to assist in the filming of the Potemkin Pictures production being shot on Friday night.
 
Brian Holloway
Brian Holloway began his theatre career at the ripe old age of 7 when he appeared in a regional theatrical production of Fiddler on the Roof with his father.  Since then, the acting bug has hit hard and became a full-time commitment.  Although he dabbled in the medical field for a short time, he could not be kept long from the bright lights and appeal of the stage.  After receiving his BFA in Performance Arts, he toured nationally with several theatre organizations for about seven years and could be seen headlining in productions ranging from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and Henry IV, Parts I & II to musicals like Big River, Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me, Kate and Jekyll & Hyde, to name a few.

Holloway got into the sci-fi realm when he was still in high school in Utah and has been an avid and regular convention attendee since he was 15.  He has also received theatre degrees in costume and makeup design and has won national and regional awards for his design work.  He even had costume designs for an original theatrical piece, HOTLINE!, displayed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.  While in Utah, he was fortunate to befriend Paula Crist, who served as an actress and stuntwoman for productions like Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Battlestar Galactica and the TV series Planet of the Apes.  Crist got him connected to the film industry and he has been fortunate enough to land limited work in such productions as The Patriot, Last of the Mohicans, Domestic Disturbance, Doctor Who: The Movie, HIGHLANDER: The Series, Shallow Hal, Shots Fired, Banshee, Homeland, Marvel Productions and Star Trek.  He also served for more than ten years as the Special Make-Up F/X Supervisor Star Trek: New Voyages.

Holloway lives in Waxhaw, North Carolina (just outside Charlotte), and has had the great fortune to meet such wonderful people there and learn much from local celebs and fellow con-goers such as Cheralyn Lambeth, the 501st Squadron and the SCA Wardrobe Guild.  He served as Treklanta's Director of Costuming & Makeup Programming from 2011 to 2013 and took over as Director of Star Trek Programming Track Operations in 2014.
 
Randall Landers
Randall Landers plays Commander Brian Reigert in Project: Potemkin.  Set shortly after Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Project: Potemkin is a fan film series that takes place in 2296 aboard the USS Potemkin, an uprated Constitution III class starship (such as the USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-A).

The creator and executive producer of Project: Potemkin called Mableton, Georgia, his home town until he went off to Emory University in Atlanta.  Graduating with a B.A. in Liberal Studies, Landers began working at Kinko's, a nationwide copy center, in 1980.  In 1983, he became the manager of the Georgia Tech Library Copy Service which at that time was managed by Kinko's.  In 1986, he and his longtime girlfriend Linda Marcusky moved to Albany, Georgia.  Not finding a copy center to work for, Landers turned to teaching and taught Science to 6th graders in nearby Sylvester, Georgia.  With the birth of his third child in 1994, Landers retired from teaching and opened Fast Copy, Albany's first copy center.  In 2013, Landers sold Fast Copy and started his own video services company, Stellar Video Services, which produces corporate-level videos and commercials and provides other business-related video services.  Landers has also been the publisher and editor-in-chief of Orion Press, which has published hundreds of fanzines over the years.

Landers appears in "The Old Guys" and "Care for a Lift?" as the thoroughly unlikeable Brian Reigert.
 
Leslie Lewis
Leslie Lewis
has been involved with Potemkin Pictures since 2014.  She has played a Simian science officer, a Romulan spy and now a half-Orion, half-Betazoid kick-ass security chief.  She also has written a script being filmed at this year's Treklanta, and has directed and edited a few episodes.
 
Mark McCray
Mark McCray
is a senior manager of programming operations for Adult Swim, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, that offers original and acquired animated and live-action series for young adults.  In this role, he oversees Adult Swim's on-air promotions and scheduling strategy.  McCray is an award-winning television writer and has been in the broadcasting industry for over 18 years.  He has a passion for programming strategy, animation and comic books.  Prior to his work at Adult Swim, he worked as a television programmer for Cartoon Network and was a key member of the team that launched the Boomerang Network.  McCray is also the author of The Best Saturdays of Our Lives, a book that chronicles the origins of competitive Saturday morning animated programming.  For The Best Saturdays of Our Lives, he has been interviewed on Williams Street Swap Shop, Adult Swim's daily streaming web series, NYIT Magazine, and the Grumpy Old Nerds online series.  More recently, McCray was interviewed on Show Snob/FanSided and Drawn: The Story of Animation podcast.

McCray resides in Powder Springs, Georgia, with his family.  Follow him on Twitter at @MarkmcCray54 and visit his web site at www.thebestsaturdaysofourlives.com.
 
Mark Naccarato
Mark Naccarato is an independent filmmaker based in Nashville, Tennessee, and a lifelong Star Trek fan.  After a stint as a news editor and then as a film & video post-production editor, Naccarato submitted a spec script to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and was one of the few non-represented writers who were invited to pitch stories to both Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.  He then produced the low-budget superhero film The Crusader, which played on the indie film and comic convention circuits.  Naccarato's current film, The Romulan War, is currently in post-production and will be released by the end of this year.
 
Greg Teft
Greg Teft
plays Captain Nuno DaSilva in Starship Republic, "a Star Trek fan film project aimed at recapturing the excitement and morality of Gene Roddenberry's original vision."  Starship Republic returns him to acting after 30 years with his first Star Trek fan film.  As a child, Star Trek and other science fiction inspired his initial interest in technical drawing and early jobs as a draftsman at the Electric Boat and Bath Iron Works shipyards.  Advances in computing technology eventually led him to his current career in computer science and information technology.  Theatrically, Teft participated behind the scenes with his high school drama club in his hometown on the Connecticut shoreline.  In the fall of 1986, he starred as Tom in The Glass Menagerie at Eastern Connecticut State University and has been longing to perform again ever since.  His love of science fiction and military technology has also been an inspiration for a lifelong hobby in scale model building as well.

Teft resides in Maine with his wife, son, family and four cats and two dogs.  Teft's wife Susan is also a lifelong Star Trek fan and will be participating in Starship Republic with him, creating some needed props.
 
Adam Throne
Adam Throne is an Atlanta-based educator and writer/editor.  He works for Fulton County Schools, where he teaches literature, creative writing and journalism.  He has also taught courses in science fiction, fantasy and horror for New York City schools.  He has written and edited for numerous online and print publications, including TheForce.net, DoctorWhoNews.net, Fantasy-Matters.com, SHOOTonline.com, Brandera.com and Kaplan multimedia.  Throne is also the Director of the Otherworlds Track at WHOlanta.  As a lifelong Trekker, he's amassed a considerable collection of Star Trek comics, lore and convention stories, and is thrilled that his own children have discovered Star Trek through the joys of repeatedly watching Tribbles fall on Captain Kirk in crystal-clear Blu-ray.
 
Glen L. Wolfe
Glen L. Wolfe is a retired biomedical engineer and Star Trek fan who has been involved with many fan films through the years in a wide variety of ways.

Wolfe wrote, directed, executive-produced and acted in The Federation Files episodes "His Name Is Mudd," "Walking Bear, Running Wolf" and "Extraction."  Additional acting credits include Star Trek: Secret Voyage (as a Gondea Warrior in "Rise of the Gongdea"), Star Trek Continues (as Ops Technician in "Fairest of Them All"), Star Trek: Temporal Anomaly (as Lt. Glen Wolfe), Star Trek: Renegades (as Muscular Prisoner in "Pilot"), Star Trek: New Voyages (as an extra in "Mind-Sifter" and "The Holiest Thing"), Starship Valiant (as Transporter Technician in "Crosses to Bear") and Star Trek: Equinox (as Transporter Chief Guy Wolfe in "The Night of Time").

Wolfe also served as producer for Star Trek: Secret Voyage ("Rise of the Gongdea"), associate producer for Star Trek Continues ("Fairest of Them All," "The White Iris" and "Divided We Stand"), contributing producer for Star Trek: New Voyages ("Mind-Sifter" and "The Holiest Thing"), line producer for Star Trek: Equinox ("The Night of Time") and executive producer for Star Trek: Deception, Star Trek: Temporal Anomaly, Star Trek: Horizon and Star Trek: Ambush.

Wolfe has also contributed to these projects in various other roles, including property master, set director, set decorator, animatronics, construction grip, camera operator, costumer, wardrobe supervisor and practical effects.  Currently, along with Dan Reynolds, he is in production of two more Federation Files chapters filming at WaRP 66 Studios.
 
Christin Woods
Christin Woods has been involved with Potemkin Pictures
since she replaced an actress who didn't show up for a shoot.  Originally, she was jokingly referred to as "T'No-Show," which was flipped into "T'Noshi," a relatively young Vulcan science officer who has served aboard both the USS Potemkin and the USS Tristan.  She is quite the actress, model and makeup artist as well.
Guest Performers
"Dirty Harry"
"Dirty Harry" (a.k.a. Hendry Betts III) is the host of Dirty Harry's Karaoke Cantina.  After three very popular karaoke shows at Treklanta in 2015, 2016 and 2017, we are pleased to welcome him back for yet another evening of karaoke entertainment.
 
Nick Edelstein
Nick Edelstein is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist who has made his living through many avenues in the music industry.  Born in central Florida with a highly gifted ear, Edelstein developed a love of music and NASA by the age of 4.  Now a licensed BMI songwriter, his work has been featured in video games, indie films, YouTube videos and on TV and FM radio worldwide.  Edelstein's latest album, Hobbies and Games, explores life through the eyes of a guitar-slinging Star Trek Starfleet Commander and features fan favorites "Rolling for Crits" and "Lego Love" from his Filk Track debut at Dragon Con 2016.

As a performing and recording artist, Edelstein has entertained thousands of audiences alongside many international talents, including Grammy Award winners and nominees.  His musical theatre credits include guitarist in Joseph (two runs), Hair, Grease and a critically acclaimed production of Avenue Q under music director Renée Clark.  He has produced numerous albums and played on dozens more, and engineered the Music Junkies podcast produced by Shawn Williams (WNNX 99.1 FM a.k.a. 99X/Q100) from 2006-07.

Edelstein is a member of The Recording Academy, is endorsed by Holland Guitars, and serves on the boards of Lauda Musicam and Judaic Mosaic.
 
Felt Nerdy
Felt Nerdy is the Atlanta-based husband and wife puppetry performance team of Veronica and Charles Bramlett.  Their Star Trek and science fiction-themed puppet shows have consistently been one of the most popular events at Treklanta since 2014, and we are pleased to welcome them back for another highly entertaining show in 2018.
Guest Comedians
Jake Brannon
Jake Brannon is a comedian and improviser living in Atlanta, Georgia.  He has never seen an episode of Star Trek in his life.  Yes, you read that correctly.  Why is he on this show?  Who knows?  But he sure can't wait to make you laugh.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Jake Brannon to his first-ever Star Trek Stand-Up Comedy Show in 2018.

 
Eric Daugherty
As a Spring 2000 graduate of the "Stand-Up Made Easy" class at the world-renowned Kennesaw State University Extension Program, Eric Daugherty traveled extensively in pursuit of his newly honed craft.  Unfortunately, after a bizarre gardening accident, he was forced to retire and pursue his backup plan of atomic sanitation engineering.  But his love of Star Trek and comedy has marked his triumphant return—for the third time!—to Treklanta.

Daugherty will present his unique brand of comedy at Treklanta's third annual Star Trek Stand-Up Comedy Show.
 
Madeline Evans
Madeline Evans is an Atlanta-based stand-up comedian and improviser.  Recently seen in Atlanta's Resurgens Fest and Athens' Laughfest, you can catch her performing regularly all over town.  Evans is also a member of the improv troupe Six Kids in a Trenchcoat, a professional improvisational group that resides at the Relapse Theatre and has performed alongside Scott Adsit.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Madeline Evans to her first-ever Star Trek Stand-Up Comedy Show in 2018.
 
Katie Hughes
Katie Hughes is a stand-up comedian based out of Atlanta.  She is a regular at the Laughing Skull Comedy Club.  Hughes does comedy real good and has opened four birthday cards addressed to the lady who used to live in her apartment.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Katie Hughes to her first-ever Star Trek Stand-Up Comedy Show in 2018.
 
Michael Rowland
Michael Rowland does comedy because he was touched by God... and it haunts him.  He once got so drunk on an airplane that he became the mayor of Tuscaloosa.  He's tried Ketamine exactly twice.  And he's right behind you... in spirit.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Michael Rowland to his first-ever Star Trek Stand-Up Comedy Show in 2018.
Guest Artists
Missy Ben-Yehoshua
Missy Ben-Yehoshua is a self-taught, mixed media artist living in Atlanta, Georgia, focusing on handcrafted fiber art and jewelry.  She is best known for her wide variety of fabric themes, large assortment of awareness ribbon colors and blending pop culture with awareness.  Creating and helping others are Ben-Yehoshua's passions and she's found a way to do both.  With every handmade creation sold, she donates to Alzheimer's or cancer charities.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Missy Ben-Yehoshua to her second Treklanta Artists Alley in 2018.
 
Megan Johnson
Megan Johnson
is a self-taught mixed-media artist.  She paints with acrylic, watercolors and gouache.  In her spare time, she LARPS and is a avid video gamer.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Megan Johnson to her first Treklanta Artists Alley in 2018.
 
April Leigh
April Leigh
is a sewologist who masterfully hand-crafts magical bags, accessories and key chains with high-quality materials and beautiful custom fabrics.  There is something for every fandom at Talk Nerdy to Me.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome April Leigh to her first Treklanta Artists Alley in 2018.
 
Paul Maitland
Paul Maitland
is an artist originally from the United Kingdom but now living in Atlanta.  Using oils, acrylics and colored pencils, Maitland creates fanart homages to the movies and TV shows he grew up with.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Paul Maitland to his first Treklanta Artists Alley in 2018.
 

Scott Rorie
Scott Rorie is a freelance artist currently living in the metro Atlanta area.  Learning to draw at an early age, he won his first art show at 11 years old, when he won a schoolwide art show.  After studying art all through high school, he attended Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, North Carolina, majoring in Advertising Design.  Although Rorie works in many different media, his mainstay is the airbrush, which he taught himself to use.  Like many airbrush artists, he started out painting t-shirts, but eventually moved on to canvas and illustration board.  His work can be found in homes from Maine to California, as well as Germany.  Some of Rorie's past clients include Kane Hodder (Jason from Friday the 13th), Gunnar Hanson (Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Vernon Wells (Wez from Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior), Elizabeth Grayson (from TV's Highlander), Barbara Leigh (Vampirella cover model) and Barbie Blake (Penthouse model).

In 2009, Rorie began working on sketch/art cards.  He has worked with 5finity Productions on art/sketch card series such as "Zombies vs. Cheerleaders," "Moonstone Maximum," "Voltron," "P'Ups," "The Pro," "Honey West," "Hack/Slash," " Lady Death" and "Sheena."  He is a Marvel-approved artist working for Rittenhouse Archives, creating cards for "Marvel's 70th Anniversary," "Marvel's Heroes and Villains," "Marvels Dangerous Divas," "Marvel Universe 2011," "Marvel's 2012 Greatest Heroes", "Marvel's Bronze Age" and 2013's "Marvel's Greatest Battles" card sets as well as a number of Star Trek sets.  Rorie is also a Lucasfilm-approved artist working for Topps on the "Star Wars Galaxy 5," "The Empire Strikes Back 30th Anniversary Widevision," "Star Wars Galaxy 6," "Star Wars Galaxy 7" and "Galactic Files" card sets.  He has also created sketch cards for Breygent Marketing's "Woodstock Generation," "Classic and Vintage Sci-Fi and Horror Movie Posters," "Vampirella," "The Warlord of Mars" and Joseph Michael Linsner's "Dawn: New Horizons;" Versacolor Productions' "Bettie Page Series1 & 2" cards and Bad Axe Studios' "Dungeon Dolls" and "Bombshells," as well as "The Walking Dead" and Tarzan 100th Anniversary cards for Cryptozoic Entertainment.  He has added Unpleasant Dreams, Leaf Entertainment, Cult Stuff, Asylum Studios and Upper Deck to the card companies he's worked for.

Rorie has been published in Cavewoman from Basement Comics, Didymous from Iron Horse Comics, Night from Jester Press, Con-Tour Magazine, Architectural Digest and a Lady Death pin-up book.

Rorie lives in Avondale Estates, Georgia, with his wife Ann and their three cats.  He can usually be found in his studio working on a painting of a movie scene or a sketch card set.  Look for his fan page, "Scott Rorie Art and Illustration" on Facebook.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Rorie back to our Artists Alley for the second time in 2018.

 
Sarah Wade
Sarah Wade is a mixed-media artist with a current focus on watercolor and acrylic painting.  Her work features a large variety of pop culture themes and characters, as well as original concepts, sea, space and landscapes with a healthy dose of mermaid lore.  She currently runs a studio at The Flying Monkey Arts Center, 2nd Floor South, at Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment in Huntsville, Alabama, the largest privately owned arts center in the United States.  Wade teaches watercolor classes and hosts several community events at her studio each month, vends at conventions around the Southeast and in her spare time, enjoys gaming, both LARP and tabletop.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Sarah Wade to her second Treklanta Artists Alley in 2018.  For more information about her, visit her web site at Sarah Wade Studio.
 
Dimitri Walker
Born and raised in Atlanta, Dimitri Walker is a simple artist at heart.  Brush, paint and canvas are his tools.  He has been a portrait artist since 1983, primarily graphite (pencil).  In 1994, Walker began to paint with oils and acrylics.  He also took a job picture framing to be near the art world.  He continued to learn and became a Master Certified Framer.  In 2005, at 40 years old, Walker went to college and earned a Bachelors of Fine Art.  In the spring of 2012, while teaching a drawing class at a local art gallery, a student/friend who took his class to learn to draw the TARDIS better, said to him, "Dimitri, I know you watch and love all the same shows and movies I do.  Supernatural, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Star Wars, Firefly and all the comic book movies.  I have been to your web site.  Why don't you have any Fan Art?"  Walker replied, "What's 'Fan Art'?"

And the rest is history.

Treklanta is pleased to welcome Dimitri Walker back to our fourth Artists Alley in 2018.  Visit his web site at Paintings by Dimitri Walker.
Senior Staff
Eric L. Watts
Founder & Chairman
Senior Director of Programming

Eric L. Watts has been active in Star Trek fandom for nearly forty years and is one of the most well-known Star Trek fans in the southeast.  He brings a wealth of convention-running experience, fan club management and insider knowledge to the Treklanta con committee.

Mr. Watts started watching Star Trek in the early 1970s, attended his first Star Trek convention in 1978 and founded a Star Trek fan club, The United Federation of Trekkers, in Columbia, South Carolina, in 1980.  During his presidency, the UFT became the state's largest Star Trek fan club with more than 100 members.  He served as president and newsletter editor for eight years and was frequently interviewed by the local media during the heyday of the first four Star Trek motion pictures, including an episode of PM Magazine in 1982.

In 1992, Mr. Watts joined Dragon*Con as a programming director to create a new track of programming devoted exclusively to Star Trek.  "TrekTrak" debuted in 1993 and over the next 17 years became one of Dragon*Con's largest, highest-profile and most widely acclaimed programming tracks.
  In 2002, Mayor Shirley Franklin proclaimed September 2 of that year as "TrekTrak Day" in the City of Atlanta.  His signature event, the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant, was one of America Online's "Top 11 Most Offbeat Beauty Pageants" for two consecutive years and has been featured in Shock, Spin, Discover, Maxim and Bizarre magazines, on the syndicated TMZ television program, and on the Fox News, Today Show and countless other web sites.

In 2006, Mr. Watts was elected Commanding Officer of the USS Republic NCC-1371, the STARFLEET International chapter in Atlanta.  The Republic had less than 10 members when he was elected but by the end of 2009, the membership roster had grown to more than 100 members and the Republic was the largest STARFLEET chapter in the world.  In 2007, Mr. Watts won the prestigious STARFLEET International Commanding Officer of the Year Award and over the last ten years, he has won twenty additional Region 2 awards in newsletter, web site, member recruitment, mothership and administrative categories.  The Republic was featured on the front cover of the April 2010 issue of the STARFLEET International newsletter, The Communiqué, in recognition of its extraordinary growth during the previous three years.

Mr. Watts was interviewed live on CNN Today on CNN International in 2006, was featured in the
Emmy Award-winning documentary Four Days at Dragon*Con in 2010 and served as a production assistant on the set of Star Trek: New Voyages for the episode "World Enough and Time" starring George Takei in 2006.  He played Korgoth, the Klingon bartender, in the Project: Potemkin vignettes "Closing Time" in 2013, "Ladies Night Out" in 2014 and "Room Service" in 2015; and a dancing Klingon in the "We Are Klingon" music video on YouTube, released in 2013.  He also plays both an alien and a Southern redneck in the Doctor Who: The Forgotten Doctor episode "Ouroborus" and a rebel Klingon commander in the Star Trek: Valkyrie audio series episode "Klingon Honor," both of which are currently in post-production and awaiting release.  Mr. Watts is an occasional guest and frequent panelist at other fan conventions around Atlanta, including TimeGate, OutlantaCon and Sci-Fi Summer Con, and was recently a guest two episodes of Troy Bernier's Tribbles and Trilobites podcast, originally broadcast on July 16 and July 24, 2016.

Mr. Watts is a two-time honors graduate of The Art Institute of Atlanta, holding Associate in Arts degrees in Visual Communications and Web Site Design & Administration.  An aspiring voice actor and vocalist, he recently launched his own voice talent and entertainment business, Watts Vox Creative Voice Talent & Vocal Entertainment.
 
William MacLeod
Director of Convention Operations


William MacLeod has been involved in the convention scene since 2000.  He spent many years working at Dragon*Con and other smaller conventions in the metro Atlanta area.  He is one of three co-founders of AnachroCon, the very successful alternate history (a.k.a. "steampunk") convention launched in Atlanta in 2009, and served as their Chairman for its first six years.  An avid Star Trek fan, Mr. MacLeod also enjoys other properties such as Starship Troopers, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, the Tom Corbett series and others, including the superhero universes; specifically, Batman.

Mr. MacLeod is a veteran of the United States Army (1985-1990).  As a polymath, he has his irons in many fires, including Business, Information Technology, Theoretical Physics, Costuming, Music Composition & Performance, Blacksmithing and American History, as well as antique repair and restoration... just to name a few.

Mr. MacLeod joined Treklanta as Director of Convention Operations in 2017.
 
Mari Key
Director of On-Site Registration


Mari Key found Star Trek fandom in the mid-1980s.  
She was a member of the United Federation of Trekkers in Columbia, South Carolina, in the mid- to late 1980s and was appointed its president when Treklanta Chairman Eric L. Watts, who founded the UFT in 1980 and had served as its only president, resigned in 1988 in order to relocate to Atlanta.  She has attended many conventions throughout the southeast not only as an attendee, but also as a staff volunteer and occasionally as a guest.  Mrs. Key is experienced in event registration at many different types of functions, including a few of her own, as well as having more than twenty-five years' experience in retail management and over eight as a certified bank teller.

Mrs. Key joins Treklanta as Director of On-Site Registration in 2018.
 
Amanda McGowan
Director of Guest Transportation & Services


Amanda McGowan
has been to many Star Trek and other science fiction-related events, but enjoys the environment of Treklanta for the opportunity to get to know people better.  She holds the controversial opinion that Star Trek: Discovery might be the best version of Star Trek yet.

Ms.
McGowan joined Treklanta's Guest Transportation & Services department as a staff volunteer in 2016 and was appointed Director in 2017.  She is responsible for making sure our guests' needs are taken care of during their time with the convention.
 
Gaylen Greve
Director of Security


Gaylen Greve has served as a staff volunteer in several departments over the years, including Main Programming Operations, Convention Operations, Registration and Security.  He becomes Director of Security in 2018.

Mr. Greve and his wife Vicki are also members of the USS Republic NCC-1371, the chapter of STARFLEET International based in Atlanta, and the Klingon Assault Group.
 

Brian Holloway
Director of Main Programming Track Operations

Brian Holloway
began his theatre career at the ripe old age of 7 when he appeared in a regional theatrical production of Fiddler on the Roof with his father.  Since then, the acting bug has hit hard and became a full-time commitment.  Although he dabbled in the medical field for a short time, he could not be kept long from the bright lights and appeal of the stage.  After receiving his BFA in Performance Arts, he toured nationally with several theatre organizations for about seven years and could be seen headlining in productions ranging from Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and Henry IV, Parts I & II to musicals like Big River, Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me, Kate and Jekyll & Hyde, to name a few.


Mr. Holloway got into the sci-fi realm when he was still in high school in Utah and has been an avid and regular convention attendee since he was 15.  He has also received theatre degrees in costume and makeup design and has won national and regional awards for his design work.  He even had costume designs for an original theatrical piece, HOTLINE!, displayed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.  While in Utah, he was fortunate to befriend Paula Crist, who served as an actress and stuntwoman for productions like Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Battlestar Galactica and the TV series Planet of the Apes.  Crist got him connected to the film industry and he has been fortunate enough to land limited work in such productions as The Patriot, Last of the Mohicans, Domestic Disturbance, Doctor Who: The Movie, HIGHLANDER: The Series, Shallow Hal, Shots Fired, Banshee, Homeland, Marvel Productions and Star Trek.  He also served for more than ten years as the Special Make-Up F/X Supervisor Star Trek: New Voyages.

Mr. Holloway lives in Waxhaw, North Carolina (just outside Charlotte), and has had the great fortune to meet such wonderful people there and learn much from local celebs and fellow con-goers such as Cheralyn Lambeth, the 501st Squadron and the SCA Wardrobe Guild.  He served as Treklanta's Director of Costuming & Makeup Programming from 2011 to 2013 and took over as Director of Star Trek Programming Track Operations in 2014.

 
Chris Jones
Director of Main Auxiliary Track Operations

Chris Jones
joins Treklanta as Director of Main Auxiliary Track Operations in 2018.
 
Dimitri Walker
Director of Artists Alley


Born and raised in Atlanta, Dimitri Walker is a simple artist at heart.  Brush, paint and canvas are his tools.  He has been a portrait artist since 1983, primarily graphite (pencil).  In 1994, Mr. Walker began to paint with oils and acrylics.  He also took a job picture framing to be near the art world.  He continued to learn and became a Master Certified Framer.  In 2005, at 40 years old, Mr. Walker went to college and earned a Bachelors of Fine Art.  In the spring of 2012, while teaching a drawing class at a local art gallery, a student/friend who took his class to learn to draw the TARDIS better, said to him, "Dimitri, I know you watch and love all the same shows and movies I do.  Supernatural, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Star Wars, Firefly and all the comic book movies.  I have been to your web site.  Why don't you have any Fan Art?"  Mr. Walker replied, "What's 'Fan Art'?"

And the rest is history.

Mr. Walker was a Guest Artist at Treklanta in 2015 and 2016 and joined the convention as
Director of Artists Alley in 2017.  Visit his web site at Paintings by Dimitri Walker.
 
Chris Seebacher
Director of Gaming


Chris Seebacher
joins Treklanta as Director of Gaming in 2018.
 
Cindy MacLeod
Director of Dealer Relations


Cindy MacLeod is one of three co-founders of AnachroCon, the very successful alternate history (a.k.a. "steampunk") convention launched in Atlanta in 2009, and currently serves as their Director of Vendor Relations.  She was also one of the creators of Dragon*Con's Alternate History Track, and served as the Track Director from 2009 to 2011.  Mrs. MacLeod's published works include one full-length novel, Some Unforeseen Event, and two steampunk-based short stories,
"The Big Golden Apple" and "The Clockwork Cockroaches of Thelema," published in Dreams of Steam 2: Of Bolts and Brass and Dreams of Steam 4: Gizmos, respectively.

Mrs. MacLeod is an accomplished cosplayer with unparalleled taste in cosplay fashion.  She has fond memories of watching the original Star Trek series on a black-and-white console TV in the late 1960s and cosplaying Star Trek before she was even in kindergarten.

Mrs. MacLeod joined Treklanta as Director of Dealer Relations in 2017.
 
Ken Lackner
Director of Photography


For Ken Lackner, it all started in 2008 when he would take his "crappy little point-and-shoot" camera to his friends' shows and snap a few pics of their bands for them, always wishing for better shots.  So he scrimped and saved and robbed his couch cushions of spare change and finally bought himself a good camera.  He's always considered himself a technical guy, not an artistic one—his formal education is in Electronics Engineering Technology—but since purchasing that first good camera, he's discovered his talent for photography and had the pleasure of shooting some amazing people, places and things.  From concerts and band promo photos to weddings and portraits, he's had a blast capturing each unique moment and gets fired up about every opportunity to shoot some photographs.

Mr. Lackner joined Treklanta as Director of Photography in 2016.
 
Matthias Drake
Con Suite Director


An Ásatrú and father, Matthias Drake
is a rehabilitated geek with a lingering fondness for what some call the philosopher's show: Star Trek.

Mr. Drake joins Treklanta as Con Suite Director in 2018.
 
Hours of Operation
REGISTRATION
Pre-Function Area
OPEN GAMING
DeKalb Room
DEALERS ROOM
Centennial C-D
STAR TREK FAN FILM FESTIVAL
Dunwoody II
CON SUITE
Room 1508
FRIDAY, MAY 25
3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 25
7:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 25
7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 25
7:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 25
10:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 26
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 26
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 26
10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 26
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
SATURDAY, MAY 26
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
 
Programming Tracks & Special Events Schedule
Main Programming
Auxiliary Programming
KAG General Assembly
GUEST OF HONOR Q&As, MAJOR EVENTS & PERFORMANCES
FAN-DRIVEN PANEL DISCUSSIONS, PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS
THE ANNUAL GATHERING OF THE KLINGON ASSAULT GROUP
CENTENNIAL BALLROOM A
CENTENNIAL BALLROOM B
DECATUR II
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
Opening Ceremonies
Welcome to Treklanta!  Join Founder & Chairman Eric L. Watts, our celebrity guests and our volunteer staff for the official kick-off of our eighth annual convention.
   
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 7:00 p.m. - - 9:15 p.m.
The Empire Strikes Back: The Tips and Tricks of the Correct Application of Klingon (or Any Alien) Makeup
Over the years, we have all seen various creations of the Klingon makeup—some good and some, well, not so good.  This is often not the fault of the costumer, but rather of the available materials and the learned techniques.  In this two-hour panel, we will go over the techniques to properly create your Klingon (or any alien) character ranging from how to find or create your costume to how to create or purchase the right headpiece for yourself and which makeup is best for you.  Brian Holloway.

FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Are You Green?

"Newbie intro into cons.  I thought I knew Star Trek until I came to Treklanta.  I had the costumes, even played a Klingon beauty contestant, took a Star Trek-themed cruise, but felt like everyone else was in a secret club.  What can you do after the con to really be a Trekkie?"  Therese Trent Voorhees.
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The KAG Podcast

Just exactly what is the KAG podcast?  KAG Podcasters.
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 8:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
From Alaimo to Throne: A Tribute to Star Trek Character Actors
You know their faces and their voices but maybe not their names.  You've seen them on one or maybe several Trek shows going back as far as the 1960s.  You love them as heroes and hate them as villains (or maybe it's the other way around).  Join this tribute to the many great character actors who have appeared across the generations of Star Trek, from Clint Howard, Roger C. Carmel and Diana Muldaur in the classic series through David Warner, Brock Peters and Paul Winfield in the movies, up through Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise regulars including Mark Alaimo, Caroline Seymour and Geoffrey Combs.  The panel will also include a special tribute to Malachi Throne, who played Commodore Mendez in the original Star Trek series two-part episode "The Menagerie" and Pardek in the Star Trek: The Next Generation two-part episode "Unification," as well as the voice of the Talosian Keeper in the first series pilot "The Cage," which was later incorporated into "The Menagerie."  His first cousin twice removed, Adam Throne, presents this tribute to these talented and prolific character actors.  Adam Throne.
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 8:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
Klingon 101: Beginning Klingon
Interested in galactic travel?  Interstellar commerce?  Interested in watching Star Trek: Discovery without needing subtitles?  Are Vulcan and Andorian too bland for you?  Why not learn the fastest-growing language in the galaxy?  For your next vacation, why not visit the scorching volcanoes of Krios?  Or climb the snowy peaks of Boreth?  Or look with wonder and awe on the beautiful, ancient architecture of Qo'noS's veng wa'DIch.  All of this and more is at your fingertips with even an elementary understanding of Klingon.  In this lesson, we will cover all the basics of the Klingon language and give you a base to work off of.  The faint of heart need not enter, for only the bold can speak the warrior's tongue!  Qapla'!  Jack Bradley.
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 9:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Star Trek Trivia Contest

Think you're an expert on Star Trek?  Come test your knowledge in our Star Trek trivia contest!  Prizes for the winner!  Audience participation.

FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 9:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
The Universe As We Know It
The current state of Star Trek fan films.  Join Brian Holloway and others as we take an in-depth look at where the fan film projects currently sit, where they are going and what we can expect in the coming years.  We look at the latest and greatest, as well as those that have folded up and moved on to other things.  Brian Holloway
, Mark Naccarato.

FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 9:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Klingon on a Budget

Want to spend a couple thousand dollars on a screen used Klingon uniform for cosplay?  I didn't think so.  Find out how you can create an inspiring Klingon uniform without having to hock your Honor to do so.  Natalie Armstrong, Marq Collins.

FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 10:45 p.m. - 11:45 p.m.
Open Mic Night at Treklanta!

We can't possibly anticipate every single thing about Star Trek that you might want to talk about, so here's your opportunity to step up to the mic and talk about what's on YOUR mind!  Keep it civil, keep it family-friendly and keep it on topic, but other than that, anything goes!  Audience participation.
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 10:45 p.m. - 11:45 p.m.
The Music of Star Trek
From Alexander Courage and Jerry Goldsmith to James Horner and Michael Giaccone, Star Trek and its spin-offs have long had a varied and vibrant history of musical scores.  Come explore the scores and stories behind music from all TV series and films, as we listen and learn the secrets of what makes Star Trek music "Star Trek."  Adam Throne.
FRIDAY, MAY 25 · 10:45 p.m. - 11:45 p.m.
Lapel Pin Paint and Take

Choose a Klingon trifoil or the KAG logo, decorate it the colors of your choice, prepare it to be worn, then display your true warrior spirit the rest of the weekend.  John Lars Shoberg.
     
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The Treklanta Masquerade
The ultimate chance to get a look at what the well-dressed sci-fi fan is wearing this convention.  Bring your best work (created or bought) and show us your stuff.  Skits are permitted but limited to two minutes in length.  Master of Ceremonies: Brian Holloway.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
The Role of Outliers in Star Trek
Some of the most beloved characters of Star Trek only appeared once or twice in any series or film, and yet these characters are still widely loved or despised, still the subjects of arguments, cameos, independent films and fan fiction.  This panel takes a look at what Star Trek has always done best: character creation.  Leslie E. Owen.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Developing a Klingon Persona

Learn how to win friends and influence people in a highly effective Klingon persona.  Marq Collins.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Treklanta Presents David R. George III
David R. George III co-wrote the Star Trek: Voyager first-season episode "Prime Factors" and has written 18 full-length Star Trek novels, one Star Trek novella and 18 articles for Star Trek Magazine.  Come spend an hour with this prolific Star Trek author!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Roundtable Discussion: Star Trek Fan Film Executives
Have the new guidelines really hindered the production of Star Trek fan films?  Joe Cepeda, Randall Landers, Mark Naccarato, Alec Peters, Glen L. Wolfe.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
KAG Assembly
Business meeting for the Klingon Assualt Group. Awards may be handed out, promotions given, all are welcome.  KAG.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Robert O'Reilly
Robert O'Reilly played Gowron in four episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation ("Reunion," "Redemption," "Redemption II" and "Rightful Heir") and seven episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ("The House of Quark," "The Way of the Warrior," "Broken Link," "Apocalypse Rising," "By Inferno's Light," "When It Rains..." and "Tacking Into the Wind").
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Writer's Workshop with David R. George III

The New York Times and USA Today bestselling author and Star Trek novelist will discuss what it takes to write a book—not necessarily a Trek book, but any book-length work of fiction at all.  In particular, he will talk about the process that takes place from concept to publication, and about how he goes about his job.  He'll also offer advice for writers just getting started and for those having difficulties along the way.  Finally, David will take questions.  Basically, he just wants to talk about writing and share what he knows with those who are interested.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Klingon 102: Continuing Klingon

So you understand elementary grammar.  Your vocabulary is basic, but with some pointing, you can get by.  You can even pass through the customs gate on Qo'noS unscathed.  But now what you really want is not just to survive, you want to thrive!  In this lesson, we'll be going through even more useful phrases for your visit to the Klingon Empire and we will also be going further in depth into Klingon grammar and customs!  Learn the ideals of the Klingon language of directness, aggressivity and strength and become a true Klingon speaker!  tlhIngan Hol jatlhwI'na' yImoj!  Jack Bradley.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Gary Graham

Gary Graham played two roles in Star Trek: the Ocampa Tanis in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Cold Fire" and the Vulcan ambassador Soval in eleven episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise, including "Broken Bow," "Shadows of P'Jem," "Shockwave, Part II," "Cease Fire," "The Expanse," "Twilight," "Home," "The Forge," "Awakening," "Kir'Shara" and "Terra Prime."  He reprised his role as Soval in the independent Star Trek fan film Prelude to Axanar and also played Ragnar in the fan films Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and Star Trek: Renegades.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
The Inspiration and Impact of Star Trek: The Animated Series

Mark McCray, author of The Best Saturdays of Our Lives, will discuss how Star Trek: The Animated Series had unexpected influences on the subsequent Star Trek television series and movie franchises.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
The Exotic Aliens of Star Trek
Star Trek: The Original Series was known for its exotic aliens.  From the Orions to the Tholians, the Metrons to the Vians, tribbles and Trelane and all the rest, Trek had some of the most unusual and visually stimulating aliens ever seen on television.  Join us for a discussion of these aliens, how their appearance and actions affected the show, how they interrelated to humans and how they had such a lasting influence on Trek and the fans.  A limited-edition Star Trek collectible button will be given to each guest in attendance.  Kathy Peck, Ryan Peck, Lezlie Cohen.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Conrad Coates
Conrad Coates is a British-Canadian actor who played Admiral Terral in the Star Trek: Discovery episodes "Choose Your Pain," "Lethe," "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" and "Into the Forest I Go."
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Treklanta Welcomes Potemkin Pictures

Cast and crewmembers from Potemkin Pictures (Project: Potemkin, Battlecruiser Kupok, Starship Deimos, Starship Endeavour, Starship Tristan, Starship Triton) discuss the trials and tribulations—and outright fun—of making Star Trek fan films.  Randall Landers, Moderator; Ann Elliott Drew, Lee Drew, Leslie Lewis, Christin Woods.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Klingon on Klingon Costuming

Klingons attending describe what they have done with construction tips, problems that came up, solutions and where they got their crazy ideas.  Things that can help all of us Klingons look our best.  John Halvorson.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Robert Duncan McNeill
Robert Duncan McNeill is best known for portraying Tom Paris in every episode of Star Trek: Voyager.  He previously appeared as Nicholas Locarno in the fifth-season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The First Duty."  He has also directed episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Through the Wormhole: 25 Years of Deep Space Nine
When Star Trek: Deep Space Nine first debuted in 1993, it was something of an odd duck.  It was the first show set on a space station rather than a ship.  It was the first to feature a main cast made up of both Starfleet and non-Starfleet personnel.  As the show went on, it proved how these things could be used as narrative advantages, and became one of the most brilliant chapters of the Star Trek franchise.  We'll take a look back at what made this show unique and important, and how it expanded our view of Gene Roddenberry's universe.  David R. George III, Adam Throne.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 4:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Klingon Jeopardy
!
Think you know Star Trek lore?  Prove it.  Come take the audience participation challenge to be the first with the right answer.  Sorry, but that has to be in the form of a question.  Please enjoy this complimentary jolt from our pain sticks.  Come for the chocolate, stay for the pain.  KAG.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 5:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
"Puppets in Space... Opera!"
TV history will be rewritten as characters from sci-fi's greatest franchise invade television's greatest classics!  Join the Atlanta-based husband and wife puppetry performance team of Veronica and Charles Bramlett known as Felt Nerdy for a madcap celebration of Star Trek, science fiction and pop culture live on stage!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
The USS Republic 30th Anniversary Celebration

Commissioned on May 14, 1988, in this very hotel, the USS Republic celebrates its 30th anniversary this month.  Join Commanding Officer Commodore Eric L. Watts, Executive Officer Lt. JG Tracey Harwell, former commanding officers Admirals Mike Henigan and Kelly Hilliard, and Region 2 Regional Coordinator Ryan Case for this three-decade retrospective on one of STARFLEET's oldest and most distinguished chapters.  All current and former members of the Republic are cordially invited to participate in a 30th anniversary group photo at the end of the hour.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
The Star Trek Stand-Up Comedy Show
Saavik said "Humor... is a difficult concept" and Data failed miserably as a comedian.  We can do MUCH better than that!  Set your phasers on FUN and join stand-up comedians Jake Brannon, Madeline Evans, Katie Huges, Andrew Markle and Michael Rowland for an hour of laughs as we seek out new comedy and new punchlines in the Star Trek universe!  Hosted by Eric Daugherty.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Star Trek: The Crossovers
A history of official and unofficial Star Trek crossovers with non-Star Trek media from "The Doctor and the Enterprise" fanzines of the 1980s to modern-day comic team-ups of the 1990s (X-Men) to DC, Doctor Who, Planet of the Apes and more.  Adam Throne.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 6:45 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Room Closed
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
The 2018 Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant
Treklanta is proud to present the world-famous Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant!  Recognized as one of America Online's "Top 11 Most Offbeat Beauty Pageants" for two consecutive years and as featured in Shock, Spin, Discover, Maxim and Bizarre magazines, on the syndicated TMZ television program and on the Fox News, Today Show and countless other web sites, the 19th annual MKE beauty pageant will present the most beautiful women from the Klingon Empire, to be judged in Beauty, Talent and Personality categories by our panel of celebrity judges.  Fabulous prizes for the winner!  Visit the Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant page for more information and to register as a contestant!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Room Closed
Please join us in Main Programming for the 19th annual Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Room Closed
Please join us in Main Programming for the 19th annual Miss Klingon Empire Beauty Pageant!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Trekkiepalooza! Live Concert
Featuring the award-winning multi-instrumentalist Nick Edelstein with selections from his latest album, Hobbies and Games, which explores life through the eyes of a guitar-slinging Star Trek Starfleet Commander, including fan favorites "Rolling for Crits" and "Lego Love."
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Star Trek: Discovery vs. The Orville: The Verdict
Seth MacFarlane's The Orville has been called the best new Star Trek series in 20 years!  But... it's not Star Trek!  Or is it?  It looks like Star Trek, it feels like Star Trek, it smells like Star Trek... while Discovery simply does NOT.  Which is the better show?  Which do you like better?  Why?  Come join this roundtable discussion and let us know how you feel!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Romulan Tea Party
(Location to be announced)
Jolan tru, humans!  The Romulan Star Empire invites you to our peace conference.  We will serve hot tea and snacks and celebrate our diversity.  The Tal Shiar, Section 31, Obsidian Order, Orion Syndicate and human civilians are welcome.  Hosted by the Imperial Xeno Legion (IXL)—the "any aliens but Klingons" branch of the Klingon Assault Group.  Kathy Peck, Ryan Peck.
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 11:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
Dirty Harry's Karaoke Cantina
It's late-night karaoke at a science fiction convention in a hotel ballroom hosted by a man who calls himself "Dirty Harry."  Clearly... ANYTHING could happen.  Don't be the person who hears about it on social media... BE the person who PUTS it on social media!
SATURDAY, MAY 26 · 11:30 p.m. - 12:30 a.m.
The Missing Minority... No More?

Lauded for decades for the groundbreaking racial, ethnic and multinational diversity in the original Star Trek series cast, gay fans have demanded representation and inclusion in every new Star Trek series since, only to be sorely disappointed time after time.  Until now.  Dismissing the "Sulu scene" in Star Trek Beyond as insignificant, Discovery finally brings us not only our first openly gay series regular, but also one who is in a same-sex relationship, until... WHAT THE HELL?  Let's talk about it.  Mark McCray, Leslie Owen.
 
     
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Treklanta Presents Robert O'Reilly
Robert O'Reilly played Gowron in four episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation ("Reunion," "Redemption," "Redemption II" and "Rightful Heir") and seven episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ("The House of Quark," "The Way of the Warrior," "Broken Link," "Apocalypse Rising," "By Inferno's Light," "When It Rains..." and "Tacking Into the Wind").

SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Chapel

Come join in an interdenominational chapel service where all are welcome to participate.  Central to this time will be a look at the biblical concept of religion.  This time will be led by Jim Seachaps Chatfield, retired Navy Chaplain.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Klingon Head and Shoulders

Watch a human be transformed into a noble warrior, along with a talk about the care and maintenance of wigs and prosthetics.  Natalie Armstrong, Trudy Myers.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Gary Graham
Gary Graham played two roles in Star Trek: the Ocampa Tanis in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Cold Fire" and the Vulcan ambassador Soval in eleven episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise, including "Broken Bow," "Shadows of P'Jem," "Shockwave, Part II," "Cease Fire," "The Expanse," "Twilight," "Home," "The Forge," "Awakening," "Kir'Shara" and "Terra Prime."  He reprised his role as Soval in the independent Star Trek fan film Prelude to Axanar and also played Ragnar in the fan films Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and Star Trek: Renegades.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Discovering Discovery: Star Trek in the 21st Century
September 24, 2017, saw the long-awaited return of Star Trek to network television!  Well, sort of.  The first two episodes debuted on CBS, but the rest of the series was available only through CBS' paid streaming service, All Access.  We'll talk about Star Trek: Discovery's first season, some of its high points and low points, how Trek has adapted to the modern television landscape, and what we can look forward to in Season Two.

SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
WHY THE FEDERATION SUCKS!

You've known for decades that there's... something... wrong, but you've never known exactly what.  Now, KRIS (John Halvorson) and the Klingon Assault Group tear away Starfleet's Veil of Secrecy and show you WHY THE FEDERATION SUCKS!  John Halvorson.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
The 4th Annual Bjo Awards Ceremony
Treklanta is pleased to recognize achievements in excellence among the independent Star Trek fan films released in 2017.  Co-hosted by Treklanta Chairman Eric L. Watts and Star Trek Track Director Brian Holloway,  Awards to be presented by our celebrity guests.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Room Closed

Please join us in Main Programming for the 4th Annual Bjo Awards Ceremony.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Klingon TOS Sunday

Awards for the best Original Series Klingon uniform.  John Halvorson.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Conrad Coates
Conrad Coates is a British-Canadian actor who played Admiral Terral in the Star Trek: Discovery episodes "Choose Your Pain," "Lethe," "Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" and "Into the Forest I Go."
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Axanar Update
Find out the latest on what's happening with the most famous Star Trek fan film of all time.  A lot has happened since Axanar moved its studio to Atlanta last year.  Find out what's new and where the next two installments are in production.  Also, hear stories from the set with Soval himself, Gary Graham.  Alec Peters, Gary Graham.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 1:45 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Your Klingon Persona

Individual recording sessions for the KAG Podcast about your Klingon character and the adventures you have had.  Tell your tale to an interviewer or in a glorious narrative.  KAG Podcasters.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Treklanta Presents David R. George III
David R. George III co-wrote the Star Trek: Voyager first-season episode "Prime Factors" and has written 18 full-length Star Trek novels, one Star Trek novella and 18 articles for Star Trek Magazine.  Come spend an hour with this prolific Star Trek author!
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
How to Get Started with Your Own Film Project

Join Brian Holloway and other fan film creators and producers as we discuss the methods to take your own ideas from the page to the screen.  We will discuss the creation of a shootable script, finding the right actors, the necessity of rehearsals, planning, budgeting, and how to adhere to the guidelines while still having fun and telling a good story.  Brian Holloway
, Dan Reynolds, Glen L. Wolfe.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Treklanta Presents Robert Duncan McNeill
Robert Duncan McNeill is best known for portraying Tom Paris in every episode of Star Trek: Voyager.  He previously appeared as Nicholas Locarno in the fifth-season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The First Duty."  He has also directed episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Open Mic Night at Treklanta!

We can't possibly anticipate every single thing about Star Trek that you might want to talk about, so here's your opportunity to step up to the mic and talk about what's on YOUR mind!  Keep it civil, keep it family-friendly and keep it on topic, but other than that, anything goes!  Audience participation.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
SUNDAY, MAY 27 · 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Closing Ceremonies
Join us for this celebratory wrap-up of the eighth Treklanta.  Let us know if you had a great time (or if you didn't), tell us what you'd like to see us do in 2019 and find out what, if anything, we've already got planned.  Eric L. Watts and the Treklanta senior staff.
   
 
The 2018 Independent Star Trek Fan Film Festival
Friday, May 25
Start Time Release Date & IMDb Link   Series Name & Web Site Link Episode Title & Online Video Link
Run Time
End Time
4:00 PM
1/1/2017 Star Trek Nature's Hunger "Sting of the Prosecution"
0:14:58
4:15 PM
4:15 PM
1/4/2017 Starship Tristan "Between Two Worlds"
0:30:05
4:45 PM
4:45 PM
1/11/2017 Starship Intrepid "Duty of Care"
0:08:26
4:53 PM
4:53 PM
1/13/2017 Starship Deimos "The Archive"
0:11:33
5:05 PM
5:05 PM
2/1/2017 Chance Encounter
0:20:42
5:25 PM
5:25 PM
2/10/2017 Starship Tristan "Departures"
0:07:49
5:33 PM
5:33 PM
2/20/2017 Quark's Space Station "Too Much Traffic"
0:57:20
6:31 PM
6:31 PM
4/2/2017 Star Trek Continues "Still Treads the Shadow"
0:54:11
7:25 PM
7:25 PM
4/4/2017 Starship Tristan "The Monsters Are With Us"
0:14:17
7:39 PM
7:39 PM
4/29/2017 Survivors
0:15:00
7:54 PM
7:54 PM
5/26/2017 Starship Deimos "No Greater Love"
0:14:09
8:08 PM
8:08 PM
7/30/2017 Star Trek Continues "What Ships Are For"
0:49:13
8:58 PM
8:58 PM
7/31/2017 Starship Tristan "The Voice of Your Blood"
0:14:31
9:12 PM
9:12 PM
8/13/2017 Starship Tristan "Seeing Red"
0:07:56
9:20 PM
9:20 PM
8/18/2017 The Federation Files "Walking Bear, Running Wolf"
0:28:20
9:49 PM
9:49 PM
9/8/2017 The Derelict
0:12:18
10:01 PM
10:01 PM
10/18/2017 Star Trek Continues "To Boldly Go, Part I"
0:46:34
10:47 PM
10:47 PM
11/13/2017 Star Trek Continues "To Boldly Go, Part II"
0:58:10
11:46 PM
11:46 PM
12/14/2017 Starship Triton "New Orders"
0:05:47
11:51 PM
11:51 PM
12/29/2017 Star Trek: The Mirror Frontier
0:10:13
12:02 AM
12:02 AM
12/30/2017 The Federation Files "Extraction"
0:13:35
12:15 AM
Saturday, May 26
Start Time Release Date & IMDb Link   Series Name & Web Site Link Episode Title & Online Video Link
Run Time
End Time
12:00 PM
1/1/2017 Star Trek Nature's Hunger "Sting of the Prosecution"
0:14:58
12:14 PM
12:15 PM
1/4/2017 Starship Tristan "Between Two Worlds"
0:30:05
12:45 PM
12:45 PM
1/11/2017 Starship Intrepid "Duty of Care"
0:08:26
12:53 PM
12:53 PM
1/13/2017 Starship Deimos "The Archive"
0:11:33
1:05 PM
1:05 PM
1/29/2017 Starship Grissom "Planet L-197"
0:15:08
1:20 PM
1:20 PM
2/1/2017 Chance Encounter
0:20:42
1:41 PM
1:41 PM
2/10/2017 Starship Tristan "Departures"
0:07:49
1:48 PM
1:48 PM
2/18/2017 Starship Republic "Serpent of Yesterday"
0:09:00
1:57 PM
1:57 PM
2/20/2017 Quark's Space Station "Too Much Traffic"
0:57:20
2:55 PM
2:55 PM
2/21/2017 Quark's Space Station "Episode 1"
0:18:57
3:14 PM
3:14 PM
2/21/2017 Quark's Space Station "Episode 2"
0:40:45
3:55 PM
3:55 PM
3/25/2017 Starship Melbourne "Storm Front, Part 1"
0:11:26
4:06 PM
4:06 PM
4/2/2017 Star Trek Continues "Still Treads the Shadow"
0:54:11
5:00 PM
5:00 PM
4/4/2017 Starship Tristan "The Monsters Are With Us"
0:14:17
5:15 PM
5:15 PM
4/29/2017 Survivors
0:15:00
5:30 PM
5:30 PM
5/26/2017 Starship Deimos "No Greater Love"
0:14:09
5:44 PM
5:44 PM
6/7/2017 Battlecruiser Kupok "A Gathering Storm"
0:09:20
5:53 PM
5:53 PM
6/22/2017 Starship Valiant "The Ties That Bind"
0:12:50
6:06 PM
6:06 PM
6/23/2017 Project Defiant "Dark Glimmer"
0:02:48
6:09 PM
6:09 PM
6/25/2017 Voyager Continues "Derelict"
0:10:21
6:19 PM
6:19 PM
7/3/2017 Resistance A Vance Major Film
0:03:56
6:23 PM
6:23 PM
7/18/2017 Starship Endeavor "The Gift"
0:12:53
6:36 PM
6:36 PM
7/28/2017 Star Trek: The Romulan Wars "Tunnel at the End of the Light"
0:37:26
7:14 PM
7:14 PM
7/30/2017 Star Trek Continues "What Ships Are For"
0:49:13
8:03 PM
8:03 PM
7/31/2017 Starship Tristan "The Voice of Your Blood"
0:14:31
8:17 PM
8:17 PM
8/1/2017 Star Trek: Unity "Nightfall"
0:44:18
9:02 PM
9:02 PM
8/4/2017 Minard A Vance Major Film
0:07:11
9:09 PM
9:09 PM
8/11/2017 Project Defiant "Command and Conquer"
0:09:33
9:19 PM
9:19 PM
8/13/2017 Starship Tristan "Seeing Red"
0:07:56
9:26 PM
9:27 PM
8/18/2017 The Federation Files "Walking Bear, Running Wolf"
0:28:20
9:55 PM
9:55 PM
8/29/2017 Battlecruiser Kupok "The Soul of Honor"
0:08:38
10:04 PM
10:04 PM
9/8/2017 The Derelict
0:12:18
10:16 PM
10:16 PM
9/10/2017 Around the World and Forever A Vance Major Film
0:15:01
10:31 PM
10:31 PM
9/11/2017 The Valhalla Stone A Vance Major Film
0:15:01
10:46 PM
10:46 PM
9/12/2017 Nightmare A Vance Major Film
0:02:59
10:49 PM
10:49 PM
9/13/2017 The Mind's Eye A Vance Major Film
0:04:24
10:53 PM
10:53 PM
9/14/2017 Old Wounds A Vance Major Film
0:04:32
10:58 PM
Sunday, May 27
Start Time Release Date & IMDb Link   Series Name & Web Site Link Episode Title & Online Video Link
Run Time
End Time
10:00 AM
9/15/2017 Discover A Vance Major Film
0:04:06
10:04 AM
10:04 AM
9/16/2017 The Valhalla Stone: Retro Edition A Vance Major Film
0:15:23
10:19 AM
10:19 AM
10/18/2017 Star Trek Continues "To Boldly Go, Part I"
0:46:34
11:06 AM
11:06 AM
11/13/2017 Star Trek Continues "To Boldly Go, Part II"
0:58:10
12:04 PM
12:04 PM
10/19/2017 Starship Antyllus "Consequences, Part 1"
0:29:30
12:33 PM
12:33 PM
10/22/2017 Starship Antyllus "Consequences, Part 2"
0:25:17
12:59 PM
12:59 PM
11/3/2017 Project Defiant "The Hill"
0:16:04
1:15 PM
1:15 PM
11/15/2017 Stand With Me A Vance Major Film
0:08:29
1:23 PM
1:23 PM
11/17/2017 Mr. O'Sullivan's Bakery A Vance Major Film
0:09:49
1:33 PM
1:33 PM
11/23/2017 Cageless A Vance Major Film
0:04:40
1:38 PM
1:38 PM
11/26/2017 The Ancient Light A Vance Major Film
0:05:42
1:44 PM
1:44 PM
11/30/2017 Crying Wolf A Vance Major Film
0:07:24
1:51 PM
1:51 PM
12/1/2017 Quark's Space Station "The Dark"
0:56:31
2:48 PM
2:48 PM
12/6/2017 Star Trek: Requirius "Desistance"
0:07:37
2:55 PM
2:55 PM
12/9/2017 Lexington Adventures "Rise of the Tribbles"
0:07:39
3:03 PM
3:03 PM
12/14/2017 Starship Triton "New Orders"
0:05:47
3:09 PM
3:09 PM
12/16/2017 Star Trek: Requirius "Denouement"
0:07:27
3:16 PM
3:16 PM
12/28/2017 Ever Trek "Who Are You"
0:10:56
3:27 PM
3:27 PM
12/29/2017 Star Trek: The Mirror Frontier
0:10:13
3:37 PM
3:37 PM
12/30/2017 The Federation Files "Extraction"
0:13:35
3:51 PM
             
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