Back in Time (2015)

Directed by Jason Aron




  • Behind the Scenes footage

  • Extended interviews with the cast of Back to the Future

  • A look inside the effects of Back to the Future Part III

  • Theatrical trailer

  • And much more!


  • Release Date: 10/21/2015

  • Studio: Gavitas Ventures

  • UPC: 829567122822 (Blu-ray)

  • Running time: 95 minutes

  • List Price: $34.95 USD


The documentary film Back in Time is, at its heart, a look at the very real impact the Back to the Future movies have had on our culture.

The film’s genesis is a testament to how large that impact truly is. This tightly-focused documentary shows that what was once a little idea became something truly amazing which resonated throughout the culture.

Spanning over two years of filming, Back in Time is a cinematic monument to the immensity of the trilogy's fandom. By capturing countless hours of footage and interviews, the crew watched as the impact of the trilogy became apparent. Steven Spielberg, Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, James Tolkan, Claudia Wells, Lea Thompson, Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox all give must-see interviews about their experiences with the movies.

The project’s origins are humble: what started as an amusing addition to a Bar Mitzvah video, just happened to resonate and get stuck in director Jason Aron’s head. The Back to the Future trilogy had been a childhood inspiration which led to his career in film, and the idea of the DeLorean time machine wouldn’t leave his thoughts alone.

Those thoughts blossomed into idea for a film which would delve into the impact of the iconic machine. A plan was drawn up, and a Kickstarter campaign was launched. Over 600 backers helped the team supplement the feature’s budget, and for more than two years, those funds helped Back in Time become something so much more than anyone involved ever imagined that it could be. Instead of just a look at the eye-catching DeLorean, Back in Time is a cinematic monument to the vastness of the trilogy’s fandom. In addition to the footage and interviews revolving around the time machine itself, the crew found that simply by delving into the impact of the trilogy, an epic journey began to unfold before them.

Shooting in London, England during a Back to the Future event, hundreds of attendees in 1950’s attire were captured for the documentary as they reveled in their shared love of the films; the crew got to set feet upon one of the prophesied hoverboards during a shoot at Hendo Hoverboards; and trips all across America took them from brightly-lit time machine-filled garages to the sun-kissed homes of some truly unforgettable faces.

Back in Time features interview after interview that simply must be seen.

About the Director

An avid filmmaker for the past decade, Jason Aron was the creator and director behind the worldwide number one documentary, Back in Time. With a masters degree in sports business, Jason has been heavily involved in telling the stories outside the lines for much of his career. He has interviewed and worked alongside personalities from all corners of the industry—star athletes, team owners, pundits, analysts, and more. In addition to this heavy focus on documentary filmmaking, Jason has an extensive background in directing live events video coverage for a wide range of companies including Showtime, Ray-ban, Truvia, New York University and many more. His camera skills also find him in the skies, filming aerial cinematography for major motion pictures and television. He is currently in directing a documentary examining the travel hobby titled On Board.