To the Journey: looking back at Star Trek Voyager (documentary)

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The Terminator

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From the creators of the DS9 documentary "What We Left Behind" comes a new documentary about ST Voyager.
With less than 24 hrs left, the indiegogo campaign has raised more than 1.1 million dollars, almost 11 000 backers.

All of the Voyager footage will be HD remastered as per one of their goals, if ViacomCBS allows it.

It is supposed to be released this year. I personally can't wait :)
 

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renaissance_man

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I donated towards the campaign and can't wait to watch my name roll by on the credits of the bluray whilst sipping tea from the replica Janeway mug.

The fact that this campaign is the largest, most successful crowd funded documentary is a testament to fans love for Voyager. Unequivocal proof that Voyager is a highly regarded Star Trek series.
 

The Terminator

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I donated towards the campaign and can't wait to watch my name roll by on the credits of the bluray whilst sipping tea from the replica Janeway mug.

The fact that this campaign is the largest, most successful crowd funded documentary is a testament to fans love for Voyager. Unequivocal proof that Voyager is a highly regarded Star Trek series.
:lol: same here! I first jumped on getting the mug, and then at the very end I wanted the Blu-ray, since hopefully we will get the remastered footage.

That is why I don't get why cbsviacom don't do crowd funding in order to remaster voyager and DS9 like TNG. Surely it would at least get the ball rolling.
 

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renaissance_man

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I was a little surprised they didn't switch to just producing the series in HD at least at some point during its run.

SSB
Very likely a cost/budget decision, sadly.
At least thdm VFX files for the models have been saved so that saves a bit of time and money for a potential remaster.

The bulk of the cost will be rescanning the 35mm negatives and putting the show through post production for a 2nd time.
 

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