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Voyage Trekkers Web Series to Screen at FilmBar in January

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Grab your plastic, intergalactic ray gun and your handmade space suit -- the worst space crew in the galaxy is coming to FilmBar


Voyage Trekkers, the local sci-fi comedy web series directed by Nathan Blackwell and produced by Squishy Studios and Inside Creative Minds Media, will screen all 10 episodes on Saturday, January 7. 



Funds raised will go toward producing a second season of the comedy revolving around the fantastic adventures (and misadventures) of a space crew who knows little to nothing about how to be a space crew. Much like "an old Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney movie, where we're 'putting on a show to save the show,'" writes Blackwell. 

Each episode of Voyage Trekkers is between two and five minutes, with the exception of the finale, in which audiences can interactively choose the path the story takes. 

The series will have two screenings at FilmBar, at 8 and 9 p.m. on January 7. Tickets are $7. 

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