Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Robert Zemeckis are all set to reprise their respective roles of the epic science fiction trilogy "Back to the Future" in the documentary "Back in Time" that showcases various elements of the movie including exclusive interviews with the original cast members.

The event goers will get a chance to enjoy the Q&A session with the original cast of the franchise and also attend a concert by the official band of the franchise, The Flux Capacitors.

The movie, which has been produced jointly by Gathr Films and Gravitas Ventures, will be screened at 15 special events across 13 cities in the US.

As mentioned by the official website of the movie backintimefilm.com, the movie offers fans the cultural impact of "Back to the Future" trilogy that has created a cult status among science fiction lovers in the past 30 years.

The movie includes more than 50 interviews with prominent cast members such as Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly), Christopher Lloyd (Doc Brown), and Lea Thompson (Lorraine Baines). Besides, it also has discussions with production team members Steven Spielberg, Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis.

The actors share their experience of working in all the three movies and how it enhanced their career prospects afterwards.

Michael J. Fox, who played the main role of Marty McFly, shares how things have changed for him since the first movie came out as for a long time, he has been suffering through Parkinson's disease.

Writer and producer Bob Gale talks about how he came up with the idea and pitched it to Zemeckis who supported it and decided to go for the project.

The tour will begin in Oakland and cover Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, Austin, Dallas, New Orleans, Nashville, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston.

More information regarding "Back in Time" can be found here.