(Valencia, CA) – Axanar Productions – a non-profit film production company located in Valencia, California, has launched its campaign to help cover the operating costs of its soundstage facility for 2017. If successful, the company will make the soundstage and production offices available at a low- to no-cost to small independent
Valencia, CA – Friday, January 20 – Axanar Productions is pleased to announce that we have reached a formal resolution to the lawsuit brought against Alec Peters, and the fan film production, AXANAR, by CBS Studios, Inc. and Paramount Pictures Corporation. Since the beginning of the lawsuit, over a year
Axanar Productions official statement regarding the answer to the amended complaint and counterclaim filed in the copyright infringement lawsuit with CBS Studios and Paramount Pictures Corporation: Yesterday, Axanar Productions, through its law firm Winston & Strawn, filed a response to the first amended complaint filed by CBS Studios and Paramount
Axanar Productions’ motion to dismiss was denied today in court. Winston & Strawn, legal counsel for Axanar Productions, has fourteen days to file an answer to the amended complaint filed by CBS/Paramount.
Forbes.com’s Peter Decherney explains and explores the relationship between the CBS/Paramount vs Axanar Productions lawsuit and what it could mean for Hollywood.
Official statement from Axanar Productions on the suspension of the Federation Rising Kickstarter Campaign scheduled to start April 23, 2016.
Official statement from Axanar Productions on the Motion to Dismiss filed Monday, March 28, 2016 in US District Court.
“The legal saga that has drawn the interest of both Star Trek fans and law scholars alike took another turn on Monday.” TrekMovie.com provides a summary.
Geek.com reporter Dave Gonzales provides a re-cap and analysis of the lawsuit involving CBS Studios, Paramount Pictures and Axanar Productions.
Axanar Productions’ statement on the motion to dismiss filed on Monday, February 22nd.
Inverse.com reporter Brock Wilbur provides an analysis of Axanar Production’s motion to dismiss.
Valencia, California-based Axanar Productions has engaged Winston & Strawn as legal counsel to help defend it against claims made by Paramount Pictures and CBS Studios.
Axanar Production’s Alec Peters provides a statement to the December 29, 2015 filing of a lawsuit by CBS Studios and Paramount Pictures.
MetalLife, a blog about pop culture with a metal filter, ran the announcement of the recent collaboration between Axanar Productions and the team behind STAR TREK: NEW VOYAGES. Here are details on the coverage.
Axanar Productions, the filmmakers behind AXANAR, joins forces with the cast and crew of STAR TREK: NEW VOYAGES to explore the rehabilitation of Star Fleet’s greatest fleet captain.
Elizabeth Howell, writing for Discovery News cites AXANAR as an example of how some Star Trek fan projects are attracting significant crowdfunding to support their production.
Tom Smithyman, writing for the PopZette blog covers AXANAR in his story on Star Trek fan projects using crowdfunding as a source of cash for their productions.
Axanar Productions, the filmmakers behind AXANAR raise enough money to begin production on the first half of the most talked about Star Trek fan feature of the year in 2016.
PROPWORX confirms its commitment to provide a share of the proceeds from its August 9th auction to Axanar Productions to help fund the production of the indie Star Trek film, AXANAR.
The ambitious Star Trek fan film has achieved its first crowdfunding target and begins pre-production of its first episode.
George and Brad Takei lend their support to the AXANAR crowdfunding campaign through social media.
The film, financed by donations from fans, has been called “the Star Trek film every fan wants” and now has over a million reasons why that may, in fact, be the case.
Ajay Kumar, writing for iDigitalTimes, reports on the initial success of AXANAR’s latest Indiegogo campaign, launched during San Diego Comic-Con.
AXANAR Productions announces the launch of its crowdfunding campaign to complete the production of their breakthrough film, AXANAR.