Silver Age Film; Series (Drama) — Nottingham, UK
Formerly known as "Star Trek Roddenberry".
19min 04sec — 17 February 2012
Youtube (part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaP085OZ3Wg
Youtube (part 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yC5UfEEDxh4
Live action silver age film by adult fans using green screens, costumes, and with much improved writing, acting, and film and audio quality when compared with their prior effort "Star Trek Roddenberry". It is described as a training video for a store, but I didn't see the training. Instead, I saw a version of Trek Ayn Rand could love.Our Synopsis
Centers on a member of the United Trade Federation (Federated Department Stores?). Their rival space-faring retailer? Wal-Mart!
Wal-Mart has stolen a prototype time travel device to become the dominant retailer in the Quadrant. The United Trade Federation ship follows him back in time through his vortex (with footage taken from the movie, Star Trek: First Contact.)
Star Trek: Roddenberry
22min 46sec — 09 January 2015
Youtube (part 1): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCXxfTJ2Xrc
Youtube (part 2): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rO3ss7_O5cQ
Donald Leveratt and Robert Yates are the major movers.
Originally released in 3 parts in 2004 (videos for this release are no more available). This is the "special edition", re-released in 2015 as a two-part episode.
(About the original 2004 release) Sound and video quality are pretty poor.
Current Production Notes
In a PM dated February 17, 2012, Wardmarshall has had stated that he does not intend to continue either "Star Trek Rodenberry" or "Retail Trek" as a series, but might still create an ending to "Star Trek Roddenberry". It seems he actually did it, releasing a "special edition" of the episode in 2 parts instead of the initial 3 parts.