Star Trek New Voyages Vignette: No Win Scenario - Download
No Win Scenario
Episode: Vignette 2
Title: "No Win Scenario"
Release date: 08.10.2011
Writer: Erik Korngold
Director: Erik Goodrich
English Subs: IISisko and Peter Walker
After being pitted against Kirk in a Klingon version of the “no-win scenario,” Kargh would hunger for the day when he and Kirk would meet for real. His hunger is soon satisfied!
Starring John Carrigan, Anne Carrigan and James Cawley, the vignette features appearances by Larry Nemecek, Jeff Quinn, Julienne Irons, Andy Bray, and Paul R. Sieber. Written by Erik Korngold, directed by Erik J. Goodrich, and with updated VFX by Pony R. Horton and Tobias Richter of The Light Works.
Originally filmed in 2005, this vignette is only made available to fans due to the stalwart perseverance of John Carrigan, with assistance from Graham O’Hare, and Pony R. Horton. John tracked down the original lost footage and made sure scenes that required re-shoots or pickups were done during various other Phase II shoots over time. Post production was supervised rigorously by John and completed in the United Kingdom.
Presented as a surprise birthday gift from John Carrigan to James Cawley on set in June 2011, it is now available for fans to enjoy this historic look back at what was then “Star Trek: New Voyages”!
Video Downloads - No Win Scenario
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