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Trek Nation

HD   NR Closed Captioning

Scott Colthorp

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About the Movie

Gene Roddenberry, The Creator of Star Trek, also known as “The Great Bird of the Galaxy” passed away in 1991. His son Eugene “Rod” Roddenberry, Jr. was only 17 years old. Trek Nation, is a feature-length film documenting Rod’s trek across America to understand who his father was through the touchstones Gene left behind: His Friends, His Family, His Work, and His Influence. Including surprising, revelatory conversations with actors, fans, NASA personnel, entertainment-industry leaders and other prominent figures, Trek Nation is a film that explores one of life’s most universal stories – the discovery of a parent. A FilmBuff Presentation.

Customer Reviews

Trek Nation is a gem!

There are a lot of documentaries about Star Trek, but none as personal and touching as this one. There is something here for everyone to enjoy, whether a life-long Trekkie or someone who is only sort-of aware that it exists. Gene's son tries to answer the question "who was my dad?" and succeeds in presenting a fascinating, informative and entertaining collection of answers to that question, both good and bad. I very much enjoyed watching this and highly recommend it!

An Entertainment Legend

A truly great documentary. Incredibly heartfelt and personal. A joy to watch and engaging for any audience. Thank you for sharing your story as well as your father's story Rod.

What a great movie!

Oh I loved this. I grew up watching Star Trek and the journey with Rod and seeing him learn about his father and the impact he had on people was just fantastic! Highly recommend this!