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Urban archipelago films

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Urban Archipelago Films is an entertainment production company founded by Roger Lay, Jr. The company collaborates with CBS Home Entertainment, Eone Entertainment, The Goddard Group, Lightning Entertainment and Video Services Corp. Together with Robert Meyer Burnett's Ludovico Technique, the company produced several special features for the Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise Blu-ray releases.

The company produced the short science fiction film A Piece of Wood (2005), the science fiction film Chrysalis (2008), Ana Barredo's documentary The Table (2011, with interviews by George Takei, Armin Shimerman, and Marc Scott Zicree, and produced by Lay Jr., Marc Zicree, and Phil Bishop), and the documentary Toy Masters (2012).

Among the special features for home media releases are Ackerman on Bradbury (2007), Skeleton Warriors: Bad to the Bone (2011), Out of the Ashes: The Making of Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future (2012), Wolf Lake: The Original Werewolf Saga (2012), The Kindred Chronicles (2013, with interviews of Brigid Brannagh, James L. Conway, and Jeff Kober), In Conversation: Writing Now and Again (2014, editing by Robert Meyer Burnett and featuring René Echevarria), and Gimme a Sign: Engineering Now and Again (2014, featuring interviews of René Echevarria and Gerrit Graham).

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