What We Left Behind, the retrospective Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary which broke crowdfunding records earlier this year, hasn’t taken time off since the public fundraising period ended back in March!
Over the last few months, the documentary team has continued to film interviews with DS9’s cast and crew, announcing today that over 30 new interviews have been shot since March – many of which those involved have mentioned on social media – including longtime franchise executive producer Rick Berman.
Three and a half hour filmed interview. Went very well. Ira was terrific. Made me really miss DS9 and all the talented people involved.
— Rick Berman (@berman_rick) April 27, 2017
— Aron Eisenberg (@AronEisenberg) March 29, 2017
— Penny Johnson Jerald (@btwprod) May 23, 2017
— Kai De Mello-Folsom (@TipsyAstronaut) May 24, 2017
— The DS9 Documentary (@DS9Doc) May 25, 2017
— David Livingston (@dclivingston) May 26, 2017
— H▲N▲ (@HanaHatae) May 29, 2017
— Robert Hewitt Wolfe (@writergeekrhw) March 30, 2017
Hard to find earrings to coordinate with Ira. But I did it. Old home week at Ds9 doc- so many people so close to my ❤ pic.twitter.com/gI0ukz7smv
— Nana Visitor (@NanaVisitor) March 30, 2017
— The DS9 Documentary (@DS9Doc) March 31, 2017
In addition to the ongoing interviews, the What We Left Behind team also revealed this evening that their behind-the-scenes “Video Vault,” with content exclusively for contributors to the Indigogo fundraising campaign, is about to go live.
We’re pleased to finally debut our all-new VIDEO VAULT (included in most rewards packages $5 and up!), giving you an exclusive look into the making of ‘What We Left Behind.’ As we continue production, we’ll be adding more clips and sneak peaks, so stay tuned!
All eligible backers will be receiving an email shortly with your temporary password & instructions on how to access the site. You can also visit the vault directly anytime through the “INDIEGOGO BACKER” section of our website.
The campaign also released updates on the physical campaign rewards, noting that “T-shirts and pins are all in production now, and should be ready to ship by their original July estimates.”
For more information on the forthcoming Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary, visit DS9Documentary.com.