Go Back in Time with Back to the Future documentary’s first official trailer

13 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Back in Time.

If you’re one of those people who just can’t get enough of Back To The Future – and we know there are many of you – then here’s a bit of good news, as there’s now a documentary all about the film. As Huey Lewis sang in “Back in Time,” lightning never strikes twice, but when you capture lightning in a bottle, as Steven Spielberg points out in the new trailer for the documentary Back in Time, it tends to stick around for a long time.As you can see, the film features interviews with key cast and crew — including director Robert Zemeckis, writer Bob Gale, executive producer Steven Spielberg, and stars Michael F.We are now 26 years on from the movie’s release and while we are not quite at the flying car stage, smartwatches and other wearables have now infiltrated our daily lives.

Yup, those crowdfunding efforts to raise money for an in-depth look at the time travelling epic have worked – after filmmaking Jason Aron raised over $143,000 on Kickstarter to turn the project in to a reality. According to research by Canalys, Apple has fought off fierce competition to make it the market leader, having now shipped 4.2 million units worldwide. The clip shows Michael J Fox fondly reminiscing about hanging out with the Royal Family during the film’s 1985 London premiere, while Gale explains just how the script was first inspired by him going to the same high school as his own father. The documentary also puts a spotlight on those fans, from those willing to attend conventions, restore DeLoreans, or those who were simply inspired in their lives by the film and its memorable characters. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Bob Gale, Stephen Spielberg, and more, the doc celebrates the work behind the camera that led to the big-screen success that has impacted fans the world over.

Along with the celebrations scheduled on that very same day, it looks like now is the perfect time to put on your orange puffy vest and Calvin Klein jeans to once again explore the behind-the-scenes story of one of the biggest movie phenomenons from the ’80s. Its research found that three in four doctors have used health apps and wearables and 80 per cent of UK doctors agreed that digital health is here to stay.

Wearables can also monitor and capture valuable data regarding staff productivity to give employers a more informed insight into employee performance trends and inhibitors. But wearables will create additional challenges to organisations already struggling to cope with the increased use of personal tablets, smartphones and other devices in the workplace.

Businesses struggle to limit which devices employees and guests bring to work, so it might be prudent for them to review and strengthen strategies to ensure the integrity and security of company data. IT Managers must also grant multiple users, including guests and employees, the flexibility they demand for using different devices, whether corporate-issued or part of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. Research by GSMA found that the global mobile penetration rate in 2014 was 50 per cent and we are likely to see this increased to 59 per cent by 2020. Once this control is in place, businesses could start to discover the true potential of wearable technology and reap the benefits of the myriad, as yet unimaginable, use cases.

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