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Trek Nation Now Available for Digital Download on iTunes, X-Box Live, Vudu and Youtube

Trek Nation Now Available for Digital Download on iTunes, X-Box Live, Vudu and Youtube

Rod Roddenberry’s acclaimed documentary, Trek Nation, is now available as a digital download through several online retailers, including iTunes, X-Box Live, Vudu, and Youtube.

The 2011 film, which was in production for almost ten years, follows Rod Roddenberry, son of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, as he discovers what his father’s creation means to it’s fans.

Trek Nation, along with Roddenberry’s other film White Room, makes it’s North American theatrical debut tonight, as part of a special event during San Diego Comic-Con at the Birch North Park Theatre.

Watch the Trek Nation trailer below.

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  1. Belkin

    July 13, 2012 at 2:05 am

    The Youtube link produces a message that “this rental is currently unavailable”.
    Oh, wait! Let me guess – that’s because I’m not in the USA, therefore I don’t count?

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