To boldly go...
In this online-exclusive collection honoring Star Trek's recent 50th anniversary, we dip into American Cinematographer’s vast archive to present a selection of articles documenting five decades of production and post on the seminal sci-fi franchise. Beginning with the original 1960s TV series to its leap to the big screen in 1979 with Star Trek: The Motion Picture through the 1980s Next Generation continuation of creator Gene Roddenberry’s brainchild, direct from the pages of AC.
Among the subjects included are ASC members Linwood G. Dunn, Joseph Westheimer, Howard A. Anderson, Gerald P. Finnerman, Richard H. Kline, Don Peterman, Marvin Rush, Hiro Narita and Mathew F. Leonetti.
This is by no means a complete collection of AC's Trek coverage, but a 12-part sampler that will give the reader a taste of the artistry, technology and creativity that has resulted in a human adventure that fans have enjoyed for generations:
Star Trek 50 Part XII — Star Trek Continues
All archive stories in this collection will retain their original text and style as they were originally published in American Cinematographer magazine.