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Fan Films are films made by fans set in a fandom's universe but with fan-made footage, rather than remixes of existing footage as in vidding. Clive Young's book "Homemade Hollywood: Fans Behind The Camera" (2008) provides a fairly exhaustive history of fan films up until the time of publication.
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See also: List of Harry Potter Fan Films
- Axanar (Star Trek fan film)
- Prelude to Axanar (2014)
- CometCon Blankety Blanks (1986) 
- Free Maltz! (1987) 
- The Nearly-Wed Game (1987) 
- Perfect Botch (1986) 
- Raumschiff Highlander 
- The Return of Captain Norad (1995)
- Captain Norad, Ruler of the Universe (1996)
- Captain Norad, King of the Impossible (1997)
- Raumschiff Highlander: History (1998)
- Norad - Resurrection (1999)
- Sale of the 23rd Century (1985) 
- Star Trek Continues (2013-2017), eleven episodes 
- Star Trek: Phase II (first known as "Star Trek: New Voyages") (2003-2016), ten episodes 
- Starfleet Blankety Blanks (1985) 
- Starship Exeter, (2002-2014), two episodes, one vignette 
- Steam Trek: The Moving Picture by Dennis Sisterson (1994) 
- Yorktown: A Time to Heal (1985; debuting in 2020) 
- Troops (1997)
- The Dark Redemption (1999)
- Legacy of the Force (2015)
- Star Wars: TIE Fighter (2015)
- Han Solo: A Smuggler's Trade (2016)
- The Distant Echo (2017)
- Kenobi: A Star Wars Fan Film (2019)
- Fan filmmaking and copyright in a global world: "Warhammer 40,000" fan films and the case of "Damnatus", article by John Walliss in Transformative Works and Cultures, Vol 5 (2010).
- FILM; 'Star Wars' Fan Films Come Tumbling Back to Earth, Archived version Accessed April 2, 2009. (2002)
- Making Fake 'Star Trek': The True Story of a 'Star Trek' Fan Film With the Real Walter Koenig (2019) by Andy Bray & John Lim.
- Making More Fake 'Star Trek': The True Story of a 'Star Trek' Fan Film With the Real George Takei (2020) by John Lim & Andy Bray.
- Star Trek Fan Films: Paramount's 2016 Guidelines, Archived version
- Want to make your own Star Wars movie? We did, Archived version