1947 Entertainment Inc. is currently developing science fiction projects for online, television, film, and festivals. With production crews comprising several key members with top-end industry experience.
Several staff served as mentors in the 2012 Radcon: Let's Make A Movie Film Short, where films went from story to film in only a few hours during the Radcon Sci-Fi Convention in Pasco, WA. Films were produced by convention attendee's with guidance by a collection of Media Guests of Honor and Pro's.
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Our Project Development FAQs was written to answer some of the common questions about our work.
A sci-fi television series set nearly 400 years in the future.
For several months now, there has been speculation and rumor about this project. While there is some truth out there, it represents a very small piece of the overall work.
The project team is comprised of several members with professional Industry experience on television and films such as Star Trek, Chuck, The Twilight Saga, and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. The co-creators are David Foster, and the late Kevin Severson, who were inspired by the works of Gene Roddenberry, Joss Whedon, Ron Moore, Manny Coto, and J. Michael Straczynski.
Currently in production, this series of short films is a collaborated effort that includes 1947 Entertainment in writing, producing, acting, editing, and other key roles. The pilot episode was filmed in 48 hours on site at the 2011 RadCon convention as a 'how-to' instructional film panel.
A mysterious device is being tracked by a secret organization that will stop at nothing in their quest to seize control of it. The fabric of time and space hangs in the balance in this series of Science-Fiction Steampunk shorts.
Original story by Sean Kennedy. Filmed in Tri-Cities, Washington. Premiered at Sci-Fi World Con in Reno, Nevada on August 18, 2011.
original story 6/11/2010
With the absence of any first-run Star Trek television series since Star Trek: Enterprise ended its fourth year abruptly in 2004, the recent feature film, Star Trek (2009), only served to remind fans how much they miss their weekly dose of the biggest sci-fi television franchise of all time. Fans are getting restless with anticipation of what will come next.
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