Looking for tomorrow, the long documentary about science fiction films from the 80s by CREATORVC, has director Ivan Reitman (Ghost hunters I & II), producer Gale Anne Hurd (The terminator, Aliens), Actor Peter Weller (Robocop, Buckaroo Banzai) and more talent for in-depth interviews looking back at the extensive, popular era of genre film. Executive produced by Robin Block and written / directed by David Weiner (In Search of Darkness Parts I & II), Looking for tomorrow offers over 75 interviews with celebrities, artists and experts who deal with science fiction in film.
Building on the success of the Looking for… Documentary series, Looking for tomorrow covers the expansive film history of the decade that defined the science fiction genre. In addition to Reitman, Hurd and Weller Looking for tomorrow offers an impressive selection of on-screen interviews and behind-the-scenes talent to immerse yourself in favorite 80s science fiction titles year after year and reveal the breadth of the genre. Over 25 new names have been added to the cast of In Search of Tomorrow, 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 (Run away), Flight of the navigator Director Randal Kleiser and star Joey Cramer, Mark Goldblatt (The terminator, RoboCop), John Dykstra (war of stars, Star Trek) and Stewart Raffill (The Philadelphia Experiment, The ice pirates, Mac and me). NASA experts, astrophysicists, and futurists will examine science fiction nostalgia through a scientific lens to bring the genre to earth while celebrating future technical and fun fictional elements.
“”Looking for tomorrow comes together wonderfully. The level of participating talent is a who’s who of legendary science fiction icons, from actors and filmmakers to visionaries and dreamers, and I am humble to have the opportunity to sit with them. Despite the challenges of indie production in a COVID-complicated environment, we are fortunate to be able to safely continue our extended interviews. As a celebration of the imagination in one of the most creative and entertaining decades in film, we’re creating an extended, more than four-hour film journey worthy of the amazing content of science fiction cinema of the 80s. I can’t wait for movie lovers and real fans of the genre to see it, “he says Looking for tomorrow Writer / director David Weiner.
In addition to the new talent, Looking for tomorrow launched an Indiegogo campaign to not only expand the current documentary production efforts and add more interviews, but also to give avid science fiction fans the opportunity to pre-order the film and get involved in the documentary filmmaking process. Learn more about the support Looking for tomorrow, Visit 80sscifidoc.com.
Topics: In Search of Darkness