In Search of Tomorrow – The Definitive Retrospective on ’80s Sci-Fi Movies IT’S HERE! The In Search of Tomorrow Kickstarter page is now online! Back now to be the first to receive the documentary, get your name in the credits, and receive exclusive rewards. Who’s in? 🚀 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/… #insearchoftomorrow #newretrowave
Per Bloody Disgusting:
1980s horror got its own documentary with In Search of Darkness so it’s only fair that ’80s sci-fi is getting the same treatment with In Search of Tomorrow, and it’s coming in December!
Successfully funded through Kickstarter, In Search of Tomorrow: The Definitive ’80s Sci-fi Documentary is now available for pre-order, and a brand new trailer has been released.
A press release announces today, “In Search of Tomorrow, the long-form documentary about ‘80s sci-fi movies from CREATORVC, has recruited director Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters I & II), producer Gale Anne Hurd (The Terminator, Aliens), actor Peter Weller (Robocop, Buckaroo Banzai), and more talent for in-depth interviews looking back on the extensive, beloved era of genre film.”
The team continues, “Executive produced by Robin Block and written/directed by David Weiner (In Search of Darkness Parts I & II), In Search of Tomorrow has added over 25 new names to the cast, including Bruce Boxleitner (TRON), Adrienne Barbeau (Escape from New York, Swamp Thing), Lysette Anthony (Krull), Jesse Ventura (Predator, The Running Man), Julie Brown (Earth Girls Are Easy), Gene Simmons (Runaway), Flight of the Navigator director Randal Kleiser and star Joey Cramer, Mark Goldblatt (The Terminator, RoboCop), John Dykstra (Star Wars, Star Trek), and Stewart Raffill (The Philadelphia Experiment, The Ice Pirates, Mac and Me).”
“In addition to the new talent, In Search of Tomorrow has launched an Indiegogo campaign to aid in not only expanding the documentary’s current production efforts and adding more interviews, but to allow passionate sci-fi fans the opportunity to pre-order the film and become involved with the filmmaking process of the documentary.”