Filmmaker Dana Nachman has just launched an IndieGoGo campaign to fund a feature-length documentary about everyone's favorite Make-a-Wish kid of 2013, Batkid, a.k.a. Miles Scott. The Make-a-Wish Foundation earlier released this 10-minute film documenting the events of that day last November when basically the entire nation was watching and crying over this insane feel-good spectacle. But now Nachman wants to tell the whole story of Miles's battle with leukemia, and all the planning that went into Batkid Day, in a film called Batkid Begins.

Nachman says the story behind it all is "riveting" in and of itself, and she's seeking $100,000 to get the film made.

A donation of $60 will get you a Batkid t-shirt (plus a DVD of the doc), and a donation of $200 will get you an invitation to a private screening of the film in San Francisco. If you're a baller, $10,000 will get you an Associate Producer credit.

See Nachman's pitch below. Sidebar: Did you see that Batkid is on the cover of San Francisco Magazine's Best of S.F. issue?

[IndieGoGo via Laughing Squid]

All previous Batkid coverage on SFist.