Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary, What We Left Behind, is coming to UK cinemas in June

The crowdfunded What We Left Behind - a documentary that reunites much of the cast and crew of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and even goes into detail on what might have happened in a theoretical season eight - is coming to UK and Irish cinemas for one night only on 26th June.

Featuring extensive new interviews with the cast and crew of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as well as newly remastered HD footage from the television series, “What We Left Behind” also focuses on the original writers of the series as they craft a brand-new episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, developing what would be the eighth-season premiere if the show were to return to the air today.
Following the feature presentation, a taped roundtable discussion with directors Ira Steven Behr, David Zappone, and the film’s producers will provide audiences with a comprehensive look at the making of the film, the show’s fans and the series’ ongoing appeal to Trekkers of all ages.

Ira Steven Behr said, “When Dave Zappone asked me if I wanted to make a documentary about Deep Space Nine, my first reaction was, ‘What is there left to say about Deep Space Nine?’ Well, William Faulkner once wrote, ‘The past is never dead.  It's not even past.’ The cast, crew and fans have a lot to say about Deep Space Nine. What We Left Behind is their story; it's my story, too. Turns out William Faulkner was a very wise man.”

You can book tickets here.

There are screenings planned across the country including the following towns and cities:

  • Ashford, Kent
  • Bath
  • Beverley
  • Birmingham
  • Bluewater
  • Bradford
  • Bristol
  • Cambridge
  • Cardiff
  • Cork
  • Coventry
  • Derby
  • Dublin
  • Dudley
  • Dundee
  • Dundrum
  • Edinburgh
  • Exeter
  • Glasgow
  • Guernsey
  • Hackney
  • Halifax
  • Leeds
  • Leicester
  • Liverpool
  • London West End
  • Manchester
  • Norwich
  • Northampton
  • Nottingham
  • Paisley
  • Peterborough
  • Reading
  • South Shields
  • Southampton
  • Teesside
  • Uckfield
  • Walsall
  • Worthing

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