Do you enjoy Fantastic classics like Blade Runner, Star Trek, or Star Wars? How about some of the new amazing award winning films/TV such as District 9, Battlestar Galactica, The Expanse or many more?

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Tribbles and Trilobites Episode 0303 - Star Trek or Star Wars - The story, evidence, and madness. Robert Meyer Burnett, Russell Bates, Dr. George Gonzalez, Johan Albrechtsen, James Cole, Steve Wise plus more.

Featuring:  Robert Meyer Burnett, Russell Bates, Dr. George Gonzalez, Johan Albrechtsen, James Cole, Steve Wise plus more.
Co-Hosts - Troy Bernier and Leslie Owen


Robert Meyer Burnett
Burnett directed Free Enterprise and the short film, The Sacred Fire. He has also edited over 10 feature films and worked as a Star Trek consultant for Viacom Interactive and Paramount Parks' Star Trek: The Experience located at the Las Vegas Hilton. Working for NBC, Burnett wrote, edited, produced, or directed over 100 promotional clips for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, and the 2000/2001 NBC lineup. IMDB

Russell Bates, The only Star Trek episode to receive an Emmy.  Mr. Bates who is known for Star Trek the Animated Series episode, "How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth", where the Enterprise Crew runs into a being which once visited Earth, and influenced the Mayan Culture.  Mr. Bates is also known for the TV series, Isis and movie Porky's II.  He is a Native American and comes from the Kiowa tribe.

George Gonzalez, University of Miami Professor and Author, "The Absolute and Star Trek"
https://www.amazon.com/George-A.-Gonzalez/e/B001HCZH80/
George A. Gonzalez is Professor of Political Science at the University Miami. His publications focus on political theory and popular culture, as well as on U.S. environmental, energy, and global warming policies.

Johan Albrechtsen is a seasoned professional editor and journalist.  He works for with Moovy.dk and is a studying film science at Copenhagen University.  Johan has had the amazing opportunity to interview many of the cast from both franchises.

James Cole is a writer and artist who worked in the entertainment industry, including ten years at Walt Disney Imagineering. He has been published in 'Sci-Fi Universe, Video Watchdog, Newsweek, Cinefantastique, and The New York Times, and he contributed essays to books about author Stephen King. He wrote the award-winning short film The Night Before in 2003. He currently lives on Cape Cod where he writes a film column for weekly paper The Cape Cod Chronicle."

Steve Wise is the Program Director for Pensacon Feb 23-25th, in Pensacola, Florida.  Steve is also a screenwriter and filmmaker.  He is a judge at the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival.  Steve also runs the Pensacon Short Film Festival.





No comments:

Post a Comment