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-//Prelude to Axanar// (full title: The Four Years War Part III: Prelude to Axanar) is a 2014 fan-made short film, 22 minutes long, directed by [[gossett-subpoena|Christian Gossett]] and written by Christian Gossett and [[Alec Peters]]. Funded through [[crowdfunding_platforms|Kickstarter]],​ production sought $10,000 in funding, but raised $101,000. It had its public debut July 26, 2014 at San Diego Comic-Con.+//Prelude to Axanar// (full title: ​//The Four Years War Part III: Prelude to Axanar//) is a 2014 fan-made short film, 22 minutes long, directed by [[gossett-subpoena|Christian Gossett]] and written by Christian Gossett and [[Alec Peters]]. Funded through [[crowdfunding_platforms|Kickstarter]],​ production sought $10,000 in funding, but raised $101,000. It had its public debut July 26, 2014 at San Diego Comic-Con.
  
 Set in the Star Trek universe, the film stars Kate Vernon, Tony Todd, Richard Hatch, Gary Graham and J. G. Hertzler, in a documentary-style film recounting the events surrounding the Battle of Axanar, the climactic clash between the [[mema>​United_Federation_of_Planets|United Federation of Planets]] and the [[mema>​Klingon Empire]]. Set in the Star Trek universe, the film stars Kate Vernon, Tony Todd, Richard Hatch, Gary Graham and J. G. Hertzler, in a documentary-style film recounting the events surrounding the Battle of Axanar, the climactic clash between the [[mema>​United_Federation_of_Planets|United Federation of Planets]] and the [[mema>​Klingon Empire]].