In Search of Tomorrow is a crowdfunded documentary focusing on on 1980s sci-fi cinema, a pivotal era for the genre and for the Star Trek film franchise. We first reported on this crowdfunded doc as it was being developed in 2020, and the five-hour “superdoc” will be shipping by May. And we have a clip.
Meyer on why Spock had to die in Star Trek II
In Search of Tomorrow will cover the Star Trek films from the 1980s, with a special focus on the iconic film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. In the following clip director Nicholas Meyer, along with actor Ike Eisenmann (Peter Preston), and Adam Nimoy (son of late actor/director Leonard Nimoy) talk about the death of Spock in Star Trek II.
In Search of Tomorrow to explore Star Trek movies and more 1980s
The doc includes new interviews with more Star Trek veterans and Trekperts including Walter Koenig, John Dykstra, Kurtwood Smith, Dayton Ward, and Wil Wheaton. Also included will be dozens of interviews with more icons of 1980s sci-fi including Peter Weller (Robocop, Buckaroo Banzai), Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters), Billy Dee Williams (Star Wars), Sean Young (Blade Runner, Dune), Bruce Boxleitner (TRON), Paul Verhoeven, (RoboCop), Joe Dante (Gremlins, Innerspace), and many more.
Here is the latest trailer.
Last chance to pre-order and get your name in the credits
The last pre-order campaign wraps on March 27. Sci-Fi fans can pick up a unique package that features the Blu-Ray (or DVD), Slipcase, 3x Posters, Stickers, Digital Download, Soundtrack (Digital), and their Name in the Credits. Available exclusively from www.80sscifidoc.com.
Keep up with all the Star Trek-related documentary news, previews and reviews at TrekMovie.com.