Back In Time Celebrates 30 Years of Back To The Future

Back In Time Celebrates 30 Years of Back To The Future

A new documentary discussing thirty years of the cultural impact of the Back To The Future trilogy needs your help in finishing.

Back in August of 2013 a successful Kickstarter campaign raised the funds to film a new documentary based on the Back To The Future trilogy. This was particularly special as 2015 is not only a time period from Back To The Future Part II but more importantly the 30th anniversary of the original film.

But why the reason for more funds? The original idea was to focus on the restoration of the original DeLorean time machine from the original film which was an event in itself. But as ideas go this one has grown and grown into something bigger.

This new version of the documentary now contains interviews with many members of the original cast and crew including, Michael J. Fox, Robert Zemeckis,Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Bob Gale, Dean Cundey, Kevin Pike, and so many more.

Because their original vision has grown, the filmmakers are now asking for an extra $50,000 in a new Kickstarter campaign and as of writing, they’ve already achieved $42,000.

Here’s the trailer for Back In Time.





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