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Kit Conners is a filmmaker who worked as production assistant on 2009's Star Trek and 2013's Star Trek Into Darkness.

He attended three different high schools: Jackson Hole High in Wyoming; Woods Cross High in Utah; and Orcas Island High in Eastsound, Washington. He graduated from the latter. Conners moved on to attend the Brooks Institute of Photography in Ventura, California, from which he graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Film Production. He currently lives in California.

Conners has written and directed several short films, including Doughboys, Asking Claire, and Three Minutes in Iraq. He was chosen as one of 130 quarterfinalists in the American Screenwriters Association's 11th Annual International Screenplay Competition for his script entitled Within the Show. [1]

All twelve Star Trek films are among Conners' favorite movies, and TOS and TNG are among his favorite television shows.

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