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"Axanar" is the story of Garth of Izar & the Battle of Axanar, a pivotal event in the history of the Federation.
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Prelude to Axanar Now Has Subtitles in 8 Languages!

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The Axanar team is proud to announce that "Prelude to Axanar" is now available subtitled in 8 Languages including French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Czech, Portugese and two varieties of English (UK and US - you figure out which one is correct!) 

You can access this all on our YouTube Page.

Thanks to our translation team:

Stay tuned for more info, including our stretch goals and our facility news!

Alec Peters

Executive producer

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      Dan Cerulo on

      And to be clear, I meant the Prelude download - I am aware that the full Axanar feature is not available yet. Thanks!

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      Dan Cerulo on

      Hi, so maybe I missed an email, but I am wondering how to get the HD download of the film (a local copy) because the streaming on YouTube leaves a lot to be desired. I did do the Blu-ray add-on, but I don't want to wait until it comes to see it on the TV I have at home. Did I miss an email? Or is it not available to download just yet? Thank you, everything I've seen so far looks great.

    3. Steph Wyeth
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      Will all these translations also appear on the Axanar DVD and Blu-Ray [for the prelude, I mean] then it is released?

    4. George Madison on

      I do have one question about "Prelude to Axanar"; at one point there's a reference to "Coriana 6" being one of the early losses to the Klingons. Is that an intentional reference to Babylon 5 - as Coriana 6 was the site of the climactic battle of the Shadow War in that series. If it is, that's a great hat-tip to B5, and as a fan I thank you!

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      Robert Alexander on

      What, no Klingon subtitles?