Star Trek: Of Gods and Men

+ Q & A Panel after the screening!

Saturday 8:00pm, Sept. 17th

Described by its producers as a "40th Anniversary gift" from Star Trek actors to their fans.

It is not officially endorsed by the rightsholders of Star Trek, but has been covered on the official Star Trek website.

Directed by Tim Russ, best known as Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager, Russ had also directed one episode of that series. The three webisodes that comprised the original web-series was shot in Star Trek: New Voyages sets in Port Henry, New York. Scenes were also shot around the Los Angeles, California area, including at Vasquez Rocks, a popular site for Star Trek location footage. Scenes set at the Vulcan Science Academy were filmed in the San Fernando Valley.


  • CELEBRITY Q & A after the screening
  • Sci-Fi Night Celebrity After-Party!
  • Get your photo on the Red-Carpet
  • A special performance by The Tim Russ Band
  • Hosted Bar
  • Buffet
  • DJ Dancing with a multi-colored light show
  • You'll be partying with us from 10:00pm-3:00am

Celebrities expected -

Daniel Roebuck (“Lost”), Natasha Alam (“True Blood”), RJ Mitte (“Breaking Bad”), Doug Jones (“Hellboy”, Silver Surfer”), Tony Todd (“Transformer’s: Revenge of the Fallen”), Barbara Nedeljakova (“Hostel I & II”), John Billingsley (“Enterprise”), Bonita Friedricy (“Chuck”), Larissa Gomes (“SAW 3D”), Gary Graham (“Enterprise”, “Alien Nation”), Brian Krause (“Charmed”), Chase Masterson (“Deep Space Nine”), Dean Chekvala (“True Blood”), Alex Rose Weisel (“Dexter”), Kathleen Gati (“Alpha’s”), Robert Picardo (“Voyager”), Betsy Russell (“SAW 3D”), Leslie Easterbrook (“The Devil’s Rejects”), Nick Searcy (“Justified”), Paul Logan (“Days of our Lives”).


At the Q & A after screening of "Of Gods and Men"


Walter Koenig

Walter Koenig is an American actor, writer, teacher and director, known for his roles as Pavel Chekov in Star Trek and Alfred Bester in Babylon 5. He wrote the script for the 2008 science fiction legal thriller InAlienable.


Tim Russ

Russ starred in Star Trek: Voyager as the Vulcan Lt. Tuvok. A voice and film actor, writer, director and producer. He played Frank in Samantha Who? and the recurring character Principal Franklin on Nickelodeon's live-action teen sitcom iCarly.


Chase Masterson

Masterson portrayed the Bajoran Leeta on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for five years and Ivy Lief on General Hospital. Film roles include James Kerwin's sci-fi noir Yesterday Was a Lie, which she also produced. She voiced "Janice Em" in the animated Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles and TV starring roles inSliders (as Kelly, sister of Wade Welles) and ER.


Gary Graham

Gary Graham is one of only three actors (besides the regulars) to appear in all four seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise. In Alien Nation: Dark Horizon and Alien Nation: The Enemy Within he starred as Det. Matthew Sikes. He's played more than 30 TV roles, and has also been in more than 30 movies. Some of his films include All the Right Moves, The Last Warrior, Robot Jox, Hollywood Knights and Hardcore.


Crystal Allen

Crystal is a veteran of Star Trek: Enterprise as D'Nesh and portrays Navigator Yara in OGAM. She has guest starred in Sex and the City, Ed, The Sopranos, NCIS, Boston Legal, JAG, Desperate Housewives and the Hallmark Channel movie, Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door. Allen has starred as the lead in Anaconda 3: Offspring & Anacondas: Trail of Blood, playing PhD Amanda Hayes. She also has appeared in hit shows like Prison Break and Desperate Housewives.


Sky Conway

Sky is writer/producer for Of God’s And Men. Sky executive produced last years successful Sci-Fi Convention, Hollywood Expo featuring over 35 genre film and TV stars and honoring Astronaut Buzz Aldrin with a special appearance by Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee. Sky tapped Jeff Rector to be the MC and moderate celebrity panels. Sky’s other projects include Rodenberry on Patrol and Inalienable, written and executive produced by Of Gods And Men star, Walter Koenig.


Jeff Rector (our moderator)

Jeff Rector has appeared in over 30 feature films with SyFy's Volcanic and Alone in the Woods for HBO upcoming. Network TV appearances include The Bold & The Beautiful, Everybody Hates Chris, Desire, Saints and Sinners, and Veronica Mars. Guest starring roles include Murder for Spike-TV and the the NYPD Blue episode that won Gordon Clapp an Emmy Award. Jeff’s familiar to fans of Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror through his roles on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Sliders, SyFy's Black Scorpion. Jeff is also the official Spokesman for the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films that produce the annual Saturn Awards.