Though, we do need an interactive website to bring Back to the Future to life. For those of us lucky enough to get tickets to Secret Cinema’s Back to the Future, and there are still tickets available for performance dates between 14-31 August, this new website www.hillvalleycalifornia.com is going to be a bit of fun.
Secret Cinema Presents reveal today that members of the audience get their own identity of a citizen living in Hill Valley. On the night, they’re going to get the chance to interact with other Hill Valley citizens in character, with a new name and job. There’s supposed to be no mobile phone use on the night so the new Postal Service and physical telephone exchange is designed to increase personal interaction between characters and with the presentation itself.
There’s also a radio and TV channel, and budding auteurs can contribute to it. This element could be quite interesting to see how other fans see the Back to the Futureverse and possibly, use it as a platform to promote themselves.
So...does this mean I have to bring my camera if I can’t use my trusty camera-phone? We’re excited to check out the clothes store and post a postcard. Have you got your tickets, have you got your new identity yet? Will you film your own news segment? Tell us what you think!
Doc and Marty also crash landed at London Film And Comic Con last weekend, check out Cookie's document of it!