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For the documentary of the same name, please see The Making of Star Trek: First Contact.

The Making of Star Trek: First Contact is a reference book detailing the creation and production of Star Trek: First Contact. Edited by Lou Anders, the book comprises material gathered by Anders, Larry Nemecek, and Ian Spelling as well as various rare Paramount Pictures set photos and then-unseen design sketches by illustrator John Eaves.


From the book jacket
One captain, against orders, must succeed whether all others have failed...
Prepare for the ultimate Star Trek experience as the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, headed by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, take on their most fearsome enemies, the deadly Borg, in a battle across space and time!
Discover all the behind-the-scenes secrets of the movie, including:
Resistance is futile.

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