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Carlos Pedraza [The Risks]
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Carlos Pedraza [Mixed Fan Reactions to ‘Shenzhou’]
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-While "Star Trek: Shenzhou"​'​s ​Kickstarter fared well in its first week, it garnered few comments from donors. In other forums, however, Star Trek fans wondered about "​Shenzhou"'​s likelihood to attract a "​[[copyright_infringement#​what_does_copyright_protect|cease and desist]]"​ letter from CBS' attorneys.+While the "Star Trek: Shenzhou"​ Kickstarter fared well in its first week, it garnered few comments from donors. In other forums, however, Star Trek fans wondered about "​Shenzhou"'​s likelihood to attract a "​[[copyright_infringement#​what_does_copyright_protect|cease and desist]]"​ letter from CBS' attorneys.
  
 On Facebook'​s Fan Film Forum, a generally pro-Axanar discussion group, former fan producer Kelly Rhodes, forced to have "​scrapped my plans due to the fan film guideline restrictions,"​ said he believed "the guidelines should either apply to all Trek fan productions or none. It is infuriating that all Trek fan production media but films can call it Star Trek and offer incentives to backers. The guidelines target and attack one fan medium. ​ I know CBS and Paramount do this because their medium is live action productions and that’s all they really care about. Still, it's frustrating when other Trek fan production mediums can still do what Trek fan film makers have been told they can’t do."​(([[face>​groups/​fanfilmforum/​permalink/​741438512863517/?​comment_id=741953422812026&​comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R1%22%7D|Kelly Rhodes comment, Fan Film Forum]] Facebook group, 7/7/18.)) On Facebook'​s Fan Film Forum, a generally pro-Axanar discussion group, former fan producer Kelly Rhodes, forced to have "​scrapped my plans due to the fan film guideline restrictions,"​ said he believed "the guidelines should either apply to all Trek fan productions or none. It is infuriating that all Trek fan production media but films can call it Star Trek and offer incentives to backers. The guidelines target and attack one fan medium. ​ I know CBS and Paramount do this because their medium is live action productions and that’s all they really care about. Still, it's frustrating when other Trek fan production mediums can still do what Trek fan film makers have been told they can’t do."​(([[face>​groups/​fanfilmforum/​permalink/​741438512863517/?​comment_id=741953422812026&​comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R1%22%7D|Kelly Rhodes comment, Fan Film Forum]] Facebook group, 7/7/18.))