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Dear In Search of Tomorrow Backers,


First, a big thank you to everyone who took part in our survey for In Search of Tomorrow: Part II. Your feedback and insights mean the world to us and help us create the best possible documentaries for our community.


We wanted to let you know that we have decided to delay production on In Search of Tomorrow: Part II while we focus on the next edition of our successful horror documentary franchise, In Search of Darkness. This is in the interests of both franchises to ensure they get the time and attention they each deserve.


Please read the message below from Director David Weiner for more information:


Hi everyone!


Thank you so much for responding to our backer survey and contributing your creative and constructive thoughts to the In Search of Tomorrow: Part II synopsis. Your ideas, your questions, and your title recommendations have already helped to make ISOT Part II a better, more robust project as we develop this deeper-dive follow-up. Your response represents the driving concept of “by fans for fans'' as a collaborative effort, an approach wholly unique to CREATORVC projects. It allows me to truly know what you’d like to see in round two.


Crafting and producing these long-form documentaries that we do (all of which have a running time of between four and five hours) requires much time, effort and dedication. And as I have been readying In Search of Tomorrow: Part II, I have also concurrently been prepping In Search of Darkness ‘90s, which has shown a tremendous vocal response of encouragement from the horror community across multiple social media platforms. 


We now have to choose which project comes next. Balancing production and development on two major documentaries at a time will ultimately lead to less attention for one in the effort to expedite production and distribution. And, whenever possible, it’s very important to me to devote my full heart and soul into a single project at a time to make it the best it can be. 


Thus, more ‘80s Sci-Fi will have to wait, getting additional time to cook in the proverbial kitchen. I absolutely look forward to returning to In Search of Tomorrow: Part II at a later date. 



David Weiner

Writer/Director, In Search of Tomorrow

Thanks to the support of fans, In Search of Tomorrow was an enormous success. Now, with In Search of Tomorrow: Part II, we want to dive deeper into this incredible decade of movies that has so many more stories to tell and secrets to share. But we need your help…


Because this isn’t just our story - it’s yours. We want to bring the entire ‘80s Sci-Fi fan community around this project and give you - the fans - as much say in our collaborative process as possible.


Your input will provide insights, questions, and unique viewpoints that will enhance our interviews and elevate the final documentary. It is our goal that every sci-fi fan who chooses to get involved will feel seen and heard, and that the final documentary will be something that every supporter can relate to and feel as if they have contributed to.

This will be our most collaborative project yet, and it starts here.
Continue reading to meet our team, watch our Q&A,
read the synopsis, and provide your feedback.
Your input matters, and we can’t wait to hear from you.


Watch our In Search of Tomorrow: Part II Q&A, featuring Writer/Director David Weiner and Executive Producer Robin Block, to hear about our vision for the project.


Read the In Search of Tomorrow: Part II Synopsis. We encourage you to add comments directly to the synopsis if you wish to address a specific point.


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