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Friday, October 23, 2015

"OUTATIME: SAVING THE DELOREAN TIME MACHINE" World Premiere Screening Sat. Oct. 24th


Feature-Length World Premiere Special Screening and Q&A

At Hollywood’s United Methodist Church

(Site of “Enchantment Under The Sea Dance”)

WHAT:       Get ready to set your Flux Capacitors to 1985 when  the OUTATIME: SAVING THE DELOREAN TIME MACHINE feature-length documentary has its world premiere screening this Saturday at the historic Hollywood Methodist Church. As part of the 5-day marathon "We're Going Back" 30th Anniversary Fan celebration, the screening takes place where the iconic “Enchantment Under The Sea” dance sequence from Back To the Future was filmed! After the screening, which is open to the public, filmmakers will participate in a Q&A with the audience.

Currently available as a featurette on the “Back to the Future 30th Anniversary” Blu-ray set from Universal Studios HomeEntertainment, this is the first public screening of the full, feature-length version. Check out to watch the trailer and more information, including pre-ordering the feature-length documentary.
WHEN:      Saturday, October 24, 2015


WHERE:    United Methodist  Church

                   6817 Franklin Avenue

                   Hollywood, CA 90028

GUESTS:  Executive Producer/Director Steve Concotelli;

                   Restoration Supervisor Joe Walser;

                   Members of the Time Machine Restoration Team

DETAILS:  Witness the Epic Rebirth of a Cultural Icon! “OUTATIME: Saving the DeLorean Time Machine” chronicles the efforts of BTTF co-creator Bob Gale, Universal Studios, and the film’s dedicated fan community as they work together to bring the original Time Machine back to life. Working closely with the Time Machine Restoration Team, Executive Producer Steve Concotelli was granted exclusive behind-the-scenes access for the multi-year restoration. Joe Walser (Head of the Restoration) and his team of experts had one singular goal – restore the car with 100% accuracy. Every bolt. Every detail. Exactly like it was in the movie.


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