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Classic Trek sets in Kingsland, GA. open to the public on Dec. 6 & 7 Farragut Fest open house


The shots above were done during the recent production of Starship Farragut’s latest
episode, “Conspiracy of Innocence,” one of many productions done at the studio in the past
two years.

Journey to the future Classic Trek-style as Farragut Films hosts Farragut Fest from 9 a.m. to 5p.m. Saturday Dec. 6 and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Sunday Dec 7at its 10,000-sq.ft. film production studio at 516 W. William Ave. in Kingsland Ga., the largest display of freestanding “Classic Trek” sets in the U.S.

The open house includes the detailed sets built by dedicated fans to duplicate the interior of the USS Farragut, a sister ship to the Capt. Kirk-era Enterprise from the classic series of the 1960s. Used to film episodes of the “Starship Farragut” and other internet series. The sets include the bridge, transporter room, briefing room, sickbay, captain’s and guest quarters, Romulan bridge, and an extensive corridor system. All were done by the non-profit Farragut Films project by unpaid volunteers, and the films are viewable for free on

Cast members will be on site at Farragut Fest, along with artist Kail Tescar. Dealers will be on site with sci-fi items for sale. Fans in costumes will be on set along with detailed film props. Ticket prices are $10 for adults, $5 for teens (13-17), and free for kids 12 and under. Tickets are good for both days of Farragut Fest.

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