Star Trek: Nemesis


1h 57m 2002

Brief Synopsis

After years of traveling the universe preserving tranquility and promoting goodwill towards humans and aliens alike, the intrepid Starship crew that Captain Jean-Luc Picard has long thought of as his family is breaking up. Officer William Riker has married Counselor Deanna Troi and now Riker will as

Film Details

Also Known As
Star Trek 10, Star Trek 10: Nemesis, Star Trek X: Nemesis
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Action
Adventure
Sequel
Release Date
2002
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 57m

Synopsis

After years of traveling the universe preserving tranquility and promoting goodwill towards humans and aliens alike, the intrepid Starship crew that Captain Jean-Luc Picard has long thought of as his family is breaking up. Officer William Riker has married Counselor Deanna Troi and now Riker will assume the capataincy of the U.S.S. Titan. As the U.S.S. Enterprise travels from Riker's wedding in Alaska toward Troi's homeworld of Betazed, where a second ceremony will be performed, Chief Engineer Geordi La Forge detects an unusual electromagnetic signature from the nearby planet Kolarus III. A quick search uncovers the dismantled pieces of an android fashioned after the Enterprise's own Lieutenant Commander Data. Back on course to Betazed, the starship is diverted once more when Picard receives a message from Admiral Janeway that the Romulans, longtime enemies of the Federation, have undergone a political upheaval, and their new leader, the Praetor, wants to discuss a peace treaty with the Federation. The Enterprise is the closest starship to the Neutral Zone; thus, it is up to Picard and his crew to respond and determine the Praetor's sincerity. Once in the shadow of the Romulan Empire, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the Enterprise crew are thrust into the center of a plot that could lead to the destruction of Earth at the hands of a new and chilling nemesis.

Crew

John Alden

Stunts

Joey Anaya

Stunts

Anthony Angelotti

Stunts

Noby Arden

Stunts

Karen Asano-myers

Hair Stylist

Bub Asman

Supervising Sound Editor

Shawn Baden

Scenic Artist

Cherie Baker

Art Director

Jim Bandsuh

Illustrator

Andra Bard

Digital Effects

Daniel W. Barringer

Stunts

Richard J Bayard

Construction Coordinator

Irving Berlin

Song

Rick Berman

Producer

Rick Berman

Story By

Sandy Berumen

Stunts

Chino Binamo

Stunts

Matthew J. Birch

Production Supervisor

Robert Blackman

Costume Designer

Robin Bonaccorsi

Stunts

Bruce Botnick

Music Scoring Mixer

Bruce Botnick

Score Recording

Joey Box

Stunts

Jon Braver

Stunts

Joseph Brennan

Boom Operator

Charles Brewer

Stunts

Todd Bryant

Stunts

Fred Burke

Foley Editor

Ellis Burman

Makeup Artist

Valerie Canamar

Assistant

Thomas Causey

Sound Mixer

Mark Chadwick

Stunts

Ray D Chase

Grip

Harry Cohen

Sound Designer

Doug Coleman

Unit Director

Doug Coleman

Stunt Coordinator

Eliza Coleman

Stunts

Scott Cook

Stunts

Alexander Courage

Theme Music

Scott Curtis

Foley Editor

James D'amico

Transportation Captain

Max Daniels

Stunts

C Marie Davis

Visual Effects Producer

Darrell Craig Davis

Stunts

Ted Deiker

Production Coordinator

Dan Delgado

Chief Lighting Technician

Mariano Agostino Diaz

Illustrator

Wendy Drapanas

Scenic Artist

Doug Drexler

Illustrator

Syd Dutton

Visual Effects

John M. Dwyer

Set Decorator

Brennan Dyson

Stunts

John Michael Eaves

Illustrator

Jarrid Eddo

Stunts

Jackie Edwards

Assistant

Mark Eggenweiler

Visual Effects Editor

Zoltan Elek

Makeup Artist

Earl Ellis

Makeup Artist

Sam Emerson

Photography

Dana Dru Evenson

Stunts

Ian Eyre

Stunts

Alan Faucher

Miniatures

Tammy Fearing

Adr Editor

Monica Fedrick

Scenic Artist

Steve Fong

Digital Effects

Mark O. Forker

Visual Effects Supervisor

Donald L. Frazee

Special Effects Coordinator

Terry Frazee

Special Effects Coordinator

Joanna Fuller

Assistant

Jake Garber

Makeup Artist

Mickey Giacomazzi

Stunts

Rob Gibson

Location Manager

Tom Gibson

Rigging Grip

Tanner Gill

Stunts

Whoopi Goldberg

Other

Jerry Goldsmith

Music Conductor

Jerry Goldsmith

Music

Jerry Goldsmith

Theme Music

Erica Grace

Stunts

Richard Alan Greenberg

Titles

Jeffrey B Gregg

Rigging Grip

Kenneth Hall

Music Editor

Scott G G Haller

Foley Editor

Robin Harlan

Foley Artist

Barbara Harris

Voice Casting

Scott Herbertson

Set Designer

John Holcombe

Construction

Steve Holladay

Stunts

Martin Hornstein

Unit Production Manager

Martin Hornstein

Executive Producer

Lisa Hoyle

Stunts

Todd Isroelit

Visual Effects Producer

Terry Jackson

Stunts

Chris Jenkins

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Amanda Mackey Johnson

Casting

Brandon Johnson

Stunts

Keii Johnston

Stunts

Martha Johnston

Set Designer

Dr. Ken Jones

Visual Effects Supervisor

Penny Juday

Art Department Coordinator

Thomas Jung

Illustrator

Mike Justus

Stunts

Alan S Kaye

Set Designer

Steve Kelso

Stunts

Jeffrey L Kimball

Dp/Cinematographer

Jeffrey L Kimball

Director Of Photography

Dorian Kingi

Stunts

Michael Kory

3-D Artist

Markus Kurtz

Cg Supervisor

Theo Kypri

Stunts

Mike Lang

Music

Peter Lauritson

Coproducer

Irving Lewis

Stunts

Clint Lilley

Stunts

John Logan

Story By

John Logan

Screenplay

Junie Lowry-johnson

Casting

Greg Lundsgaard

Camera Operator

Greg Lundsgaard

Steadicam Operator

Tom Mahoney

Scenic Artist

Sonia Jo Mcdancer

Stunts

Bob Mcgovern

Stunts

Mark Mckenzie

Original Music

Kerry Lyn Mckissick

Script Supervisor

Joanna K Mcmeikan

Assistant

Rich Minga

Stunts

Frederic Mompou

Music

Sarah Monat

Foley Artist

Frank Montano

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Tom Morga

Stunts

Heather Morrison

Visual Effects Editor

Gerald Moss

Property Master

Alan Robert Murray

Supervising Sound Editor

Leo Napolitano

Camera Operator

David J Negron

Illustrator

Wayne Nelson

Transportation Coordinator

Eric Norris

Stunts

Michael Okuda

Consultant

Flemming Olsen

Dp/Cinematographer

Flemming Olsen

Director Of Photography

Richard Oswald

Assistant Director

Ahna K Packard

Set Designer

Chris Palermo

Stunts

Jim Passon

Color Timer

Tim L Pearson

Production Auditor

Darren Poe

Compositing Supervisor

Conrad Pope

Original Music

J Michael Popovich

Grip

Dallas Puett

Editor

Greg Rainoff

Digital Effects

Ronald R Reiss

Set Decorator

Tim Rigby

Stunts

Bob Ringwood

Costume Designer

Allen Robinson

Stunts

Gene Roddenberry

Source Material

Scott Rogers

Stunts

David Rossi

Production Associate

James Ryan

Stunts

Jerry Sandager

Rigging Grip

Cathy Sandrich Gelfond

Casting

David Sardi

Assistant Director

Christopher Sayour

Stunts

Anthony J Scarano

Costume Supervisor

Greg Schmidt

Camera Operator

Rick Seaman

Stunts

Andy Simonson

Assistant

Randy Singer

Foley Mixer

William Ladd Skinner

Set Designer

Paul Sklar

Stunts

Thomas W Small

Foley Editor

Tom Southwell

Concept Artist

Brent Spiner

Story By

Brent Spiner

Song Performer

Rick Sternbach

Scenic Artist

George C Stevens

Miniatures

Brian Stewart

Stunts

Catherine Sudolcan

Visual Effects Producer

Ken Swenson

Miniatures

Bill Taylor

Visual Effects

Christian L Thomas

Production Secretary

Pete Turner

Stunts

James Vanover

Scenic Artist

Joseph Viskocil

Pyrotechnics

Michael Wassel

Matte Painter

Eileen Weisinger

Stunts

Paul Wertheimer

Music

June Westmore

Makeup Artist

Michael Westmore

Makeup Designer

Michael Westmore

Makeup Supervisor

Brian J. Williams

Stunts

David S Williams

Digital Effects Artist

Jim Wolvington

Sound Designer

Don Woodruff

Art Director

Robert Woodruff

Set Designer

Harry Wowchuk

Stunts

James Wright

Consultant

Joy Zapata

Hair

Herman Zimmerman

Production Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
Star Trek 10, Star Trek 10: Nemesis, Star Trek X: Nemesis
MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Action
Adventure
Sequel
Release Date
2002
Distribution Company
Paramount Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 57m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States on Video May 20, 2003

Released in United States Winter December 13, 2002

Released in United States on Video May 20, 2003

Released in United States Winter December 13, 2002