The medical industry is no stranger to movie and television genres, but the medical profession is known for its love of sci-fi.
A recent movie, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” has drawn praise from medical professionals.
Now, an award-winning movie has been nominated for an Oscar.
The medical community’s love for sci-fantasy movies has been well documented.
A doctor named Dr. John Koeppner was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer and underwent chemotherapy at a hospital in Florida.
He later underwent surgery and was able to return to his normal routine of working as a doctor.
When the doctor was told he had the potential to be a big movie star, he started to write his own screenplay.
The script he wrote was titled “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and featured a fictionalized universe.
The first scene of the movie is of Captain Kirk and Captain Picard talking about their relationship.
The two of them have a relationship that develops in the course of the film, with Kirk and Picard becoming lovers.
In the movie, they decide to embark on a mission to Earth to investigate the disappearance of a planet called Genesis.
The mission is to discover if a virus was transmitted to Earth by a space alien named Kazon, who is also the villain in the film.
In addition to the romantic relationship, there is a major battle that takes place on the surface of Earth in which the crew of the Enterprise fight to survive a virus attack.
The film has been compared to a sci-film, but unlike other sci-fiction movies, it was a real story.
Koeppelner has been praised for the script and is currently working on his second draft of the script.
He is hoping to be able to present the screenplay for the Academy Awards next year.
This time around, the script was written by the movie’s director, J.J. Abrams.