DEEP SPACE NINE DOCUMENTARY crowd-funding campaign crosses the $400,000 mark!

When last we checked in on the new Deep Space Nine documentary WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND, their Indiegogo campaign had kicked off with an initial goal of $150,000 and zoomed past that in less than 24 hours to $170,000 with 29 days still to go!

Well, now there’s just 9 days left to go, and the project has just crossed the $400,000 milestone!!!  This has allowed them to reach a couple of exciting stretch goals…

CROSSING $250,000 –
Allowed them to extend the length from 60 to 90+ minutes and add in a whole bunch of new, cool 3D graphics and animations.

Crossing $350,000 –
Allowed them to now have an original score and hire a live orchestra to perform it.  It will also allow them to extend their “Writer’s Room” feature where the original DS9 writers will reunite to brainstorm a story-arc and episode ideas for what a hypothetical season eight would have looked like.

And if they cross $425,000 (almost a certainty at this point!) –
They will be able to film additional round-table interviews with DS9 crew members and fans.  Oh, and it will unlock an additional bonus item for donors, as well.

And if they reach a half million dollars???  Well, we don’t know yet, but the milestone is there on the Stretch Goal graphic above.  (Just click to enlarge it.)

You’ve still got 10 days to make a donation of your own (or increase the one you’ve already made) to show CBS that DS9 is truly loved by us fans:

And make sure to watch this hysterical video featuring Ira Behr and “Mr. F”–it is the FUNNIEST crowd-funding video EVER!  I kid you not!!!

8 thoughts on “DEEP SPACE NINE DOCUMENTARY crowd-funding campaign crosses the $400,000 mark!”

  1. I am real mad at both of Parmount stuido and cbs studio to for both trying to stop you or us for trying to keep all parts of star trek a live?, i will not buy not a thing from anyone from cbs or Parmount stuido at all or no more. You want to know how i am with both.

    1. Really feeling where you’re coming from, Kenny – I don’t think I’ll ever really get over them cutting Axanar or any other fan film down to such a restricting size as they have – So disappointing… *smh*

  2. This is all well and good I suppose, but it’d be nicer to hear that people are starting to put more money into Pacific 201 as well… *hopeful*

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