Producers Steve Czarnecki and Kevin Stern from Beyond The Marquee — a source for entertainment pop-culture content — have unveiled their video documentation of Back to 1885, the four-day fan adventure which relives Back to the Future Part III at the original wild west filming locations in Northern California.
The historic towns of Columbia, Jamestown, and Sonora set the stage for the biggest tribute to the third installment of the beloved Back to the Future time travel trilogy.
Witness stunning footage of some of the world's most dedicated fans living scenes from their favorite film, jumping off the 'clock tower’ down a 1,500-foot zip line, then kicking up their heels in jubilation at the Hill Valley Festival. The ‘Citizens of Hill Valley’ are interviewed as they mingle with the real musicians, extras, production crew and even some high-falutin’ celebrities from the film.
The biggest star of all, the famous Sierra #3 train, makes a historic debut dressed just as it was in the movie nearly 30 years ago.
Unearth this ultimate video time capsule — 133 years in the making, in the video embed below:
Back to 1885 (sponsored by BacktotheFuture.com) benefited the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, raising than $10,000 during the event. For information regarding future events, please visit Backto1885.com.