Posted by Jay on June 12, 2012 at 05:34 PM CST
The Force Among Us crew has just returned from a very successful film shoot that took place in Smith River, California where Return of the Jedi was filmed. And time on their 30 day KickStarter Campaign is down to just 2 days left!

Even though the film has met its funding goal – there is still the opportunity to take advance of several great incentives!

Items such as 8x10 signed photos from the cast and crew that worked on ROTJ, a Kevin Liell designed exclusive T-Shirt just for The Force Within Us, Sand (Tatooine) and Dirt (Endor) from The filming locations, the opportunity to be filmed in the documentary, and many other cool items!

Time is running out – make your pledge to The Force Within Us today at KickStarter!

And for more info on the film – check out their facebook page here!

The Force Within Us, the sequel to the acclaimed documentary “The Force Among Us,” takes us deeper into the Star Wars experience than just the obsession of collectibles and costuming. Exploring how and why this epic saga has the ability to possess and alter lives, “The Force Within Us” centers on Star Wars as a catalyst for spiritual rebirth…finding personal meaning in life…and inspiring positive change.

Filmmaker Cris Macht takes you on a journey revealing that Star Wars is more than just another sci-fi film to watch or convention to attend. It exposes personal connections that are developed through the saga’s good versus evil storyline, and the hope that good ultimately triumphs in our world as well as in a galaxy far, far away. Also featured are thought provoking stories from Star Wars celebrities and how being a part of the phenomenon has changed their lives. Familiar Star Wars locations, like the Death Valley (Tatooine) and the Redwood Forest (Endor), add to the deep, emotional journey that is “The Force Within Us.”
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