The long-awaited Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind has beamed down its first trailer that shows off remastered episodic footage.
If you’re a huge fan of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine a new trailer for the documentary What We Left Behind celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Star Trek spin-off series. Ira Steven Behr and David Zappone co-direct the full-length documentary that will feature interviews and behind-the-scenes stories with the original cast and crew.
The documentary will give fans of the series never-before-seen remastered episodic footage from Emissary, Broken Link, The Siege of AR-558, Shadows and Symbols and the series finale What You Leave Behind plus much more.
Indiegogo backers of the documentary will be given access to a digital stream of What We Left Behind on April 25th, but not to worry. On May 13th, “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine What We Left Behind” is headed to theaters for a nationwide one-night screening in the United States by Fathom Events.
Those who are lucky enough to attend will receive a limited-edition 11×17-inch poster and a chance to watch a roundtable discussion about the making of the documentary.
“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine What We Left Behind” will have a 2 hour and 10 minute run time.
The Film (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine What We Left Behind)
What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine celebrates the 25th anniversary of the self-proclaimed ‘black sheep’ of the Star Trek spin-off series. Often described as ‘dark,’ and edgy,’ Deep Space Nine was maligned by many fans and critics at the time as a show that did not fit into Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future. But now, two decades after it left the airwaves, Deep Space Nine is being re-discovered by new younger fans through streaming services, and championed by those who stuck by it from the start.
Through extensive interviews and behind-the-scenes stories with the original cast and crew, this full-length documentary, helmed by directors Ira Steven Behr (showrunner of the original series) and David Zappone (The Captains, For The Love of Spock), delves into the newfound resurgence of this oft-overlooked and polarizing sci-fi series, presents footage from the show remastered for the first time ever in High Definition, and reassembles the original writing staff to break what would be an imaginary future episode of Deep Space Nine.
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