A landing party from the Potemkin is engaged in a search for a new medicine found on what is purported to be an uninhabited planet. Yeah, right! Can Commander Cooper and the landing party solve the mystery of 'The Hunt'?
The Potemkin visits the planet Skidola to pick up xenosociologist Lawrence Colby, who has spent two years studying this arachnid-like race of latent telepaths. Is Humanity ready to embrace a completely alien culture?
William C. Searcy,
After a tragic mission to Shimura IV, the crew of the Potemkin takes a well-needed shore leave. But their ladies night out turns eerie as their visit coincides with the arrival of the Klingon Barge of the Dead.
A landing party from the Potemkin is searching the Dolendan homeworld for some trace of the Dolendans, a recently contacted warp-capable species who have seemingly disappeared without a ... See full summary »
A landing party from the starship Potemkin has beamed down to the surface of an alien planet to repair a downed deep space probe. Pursued by aliens, a science officer dead, Communications ... See full summary »
Hannah E. Ruiz,
Horror upon horrors. Lieutenant Commander Shelton finds himself stuck in the turbolift with Commander Brian Reigert. The departing Reigert is reminded exactly what is meant by Project: ... See full summary »
When the crew of the U.S.S. Potemkin find themselves in the middle of a dispute between the Klingons and Andorians, Chief Engineer Dutch Mooney must diffuse the situation while protecting a... See full summary »
A life or death battle with a Klingon battlecruiser suddenly ends for the crew of the Potemkin when the barrier between two universes erupts and threatens to encompass the ship in a ... See full summary »
Captain Grigory and the Potemkin have the honor of transferring the retiring captain of the Athena. A life-time space veteran, Captain Peggy Spurlock, has never experienced any sort of interesting adventure - until now.
This is an original story done on a budget. The story is great. The character development is very well done. The conflict and emotional resolution are awesome. The pacing of the film is just right for the audience to think about what's going on.
Anyone watching this must watch to the end. So... get that soft drink, that bucket of popcorn, and make yourself comfortable on the couch to watch this to the end.
Please be warned that those watching the film will probably ask themselves, "Did I just see what I thought I saw?" and have to watch it again. And them maybe another time to just to make sure.
You don't need a lot of money to tell a good story. Project Potemkin proves this.
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