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Please note that Memory Alpha does not catalogue fan films as they are not officially licensed by CBS/Paramount. Better places for these films to be catalogued are Memory Gamma and the Star Trek: Expanded Universe. Thanks. -- sulfur (talk) 00:51, November 30, 2013 (UTC)
That makes sense.
However, "Ryan T. Husk" is not a fan film, and I had no chance to add legitimate Star Trek credits (like being an actor in the two J.J. movies) before it was immediately deleted.
Are you able to undelete it?
Trek films Edit
Hey. You've mentioned that you also worked on the first film, Star Trek, too. Would love to add a picture to the article about you. Can you tell us where we could find you? Thanks. Tom (talk) 10:24, December 1, 2013 (UTC)
Hello there. Thanks for the excellent article. Looks great. Bear with me -- I'm still learning how to use this site. I don't have any pictures from the 2009 movie, as they are extremely strict about that. I was a red shirt on the Enterprise, specifically during the scene in which Spock loses his temper and fights Kirk. Thanks very much, Ryan
You uploaded this image without specifically stating what terms you were releasing it under, so it is assumed you released it under the CC-BY-NC license. If you intended to release it under a different license, just let me, or another admin, know and we can make sure the appropriate boilerplate template is used. Thanks. - Archduk3 02:02, December 2, 2013 (UTC)