A documentary has been made about the classic 1985 time travel film Back to the Future. The documentary is called Back in Time. It focuses on the film and the cultural impact that it has had on the world. The doc features interviews with several people involved with the movie including Christopher Lloyd, Robert Zemeckis, Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson, Bob Gale, and Alan Silvestri.
I am so intrigued by this upcoming documentary on my most favorite of all times. This is the one which we all should give our support to and help it finish.
There are also interviews with some big fans of the film, such as Community creator Dan Harmon, The Goldbergs creator Adam Goldberg, and more.
Malka Media Group, Patchwork Media, and Director Jason Aron are pleased to announce that the documentary feature film BACK IN TIME will premiere in Hollywood, California on October 21, 2015, as a part of the We’re Going Back fanfest honoring the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future. The film will release digitally and on Bluray/DVD on or shortly after October 22nd, and will be available for preorder via a Kickstarter campaign beginning March 9th.
BACK IN TIME offers an unprecedented look into the overwhelming cultural significance of the Back to the Future trilogy. The film crew trekked across more than a dozen states and through two continents capturing footage for the feature. They conducted more than 50 interviews with cast, crew, and some of the trilogy’s biggest fans. The film features cast members including Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, and Lea Tompson; production members like Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, and Alan Silvestri; as well as fans like Dan Harmon, Stephen Clark, Adam F. Goldberg, and Joe Walser.
The new Kickstarter campaign (the feature initially funded shooting through Kickstarter in mid-2013) is aimed at funding enhanced post production work on the film, plus expanding the film’s distribution to include exhibition at festivals across the country, allowing more people a chance to see it on the big screen. Backers who pledge to the new campaign are being offered perks which range from digital copies of the film to branded shirts, posters, and signed memorabilia, as well as some truly exclusive collectables and packages.
More specifics on the documentary—such as Kickstarter details, information on October’s Hollywood premiere, and film festival dates—can be found on www.backintimefilm.com as they become available.
Head on over to Kickstarter if you want to donate any money to help finish the movie.