Thanks for the heads-up. That's what I get for using old material without checking all links.
This one, like the audio one, had way too much material for me to go through all of it in one day... or even a few days. It's in my 'to be sorted' hopper. (I actually do have one, vis: http://startrekrevie...009/06/243.html
. I like to say that that is the most important page on my website, since so many of the unknown films that I've found and gotten cheers for finding started out as blips on my screen that I posted there, thinking I'd get back to them later. And I did, sometimes months later. But about one in 50 have been serious finds.) I also had another explosion at my website yesterday. I had had a very negative comment posted about a film I could not yet review because, by my criteria, it was not a complete story. Ordinarily, I would handle that by posting my own review, but that was not an option. Finally, some friends of that film group came by and posted comments defending their partial story (a whole episode, but only Part I of II). I feel better about that, but I alway check comments for unrelated personal attacks, (I didn't think attacking the reviewer's spelling, motivations, or taste was inappropriate) advertising materials, dirty words, and dirty photos before I post them. So, I was reviewing a lot of comments yesterday.
Nevertheless, here is the link for Star Trek: Cloaked http://www.animatedtrek.com/
The Star Trek:Cloaked website is still up, but appears abandon. I see no activity for well in excess of a year. The last dated item seems to be April 2008. I have them in my "hold" section, absent any other information. As far as I can see, they have never actually released a film. I am creating a long abandoned projects page, for never-finished projects that have been untouched for at least 3 years, like Star Trek: Andromeda and Yorktown II, to distinguish them from items like this, and the now active again Star Trek: Horizon, which was declared on hold or abandoned in the late Summer, but which is up and running again.
It's interesting to me that most websites organize films by mode (live action, animation, etc.) not era. When I replace my blog with a real website (some time after I figure out what that should look like) I have to consider whether to give the website a substructure by type within the era structure.
In my imaginary perfect website, you would choose how the website would organize itself, press your button, and ... ta da! It's organized the way you like.
For now, I can barely use a blog.
When I go through your Animated Films discussion, I'll let you know if I find other links that don't work.
But I have to say, wow, what wonderful gifts you give to the Trek community!