By Samantha Highfill
Updated July 15, 2014 at 04:03 PM EDT

The origin story of Batman can be found in comic books and on screens both big and small. But the same can’t be said for that of Batkid, a.k.a. 5-year-old Miles Scott, a.k.a. the leukemia survivor whose instantly viral Make-a-Wish request was to be Batman for a day. Back in November, the city of San Francisco made Miles’ wish come true when 25,000 people lined the streets to cheer him through his journey to save Gotham.

Batkid’s adventure quickly made the rounds on social media, even reaching President Obama, who recorded a message for Miles. And now, filmmaker Dana Nachman wants to bring Batkid’s story to the big screen in a documentary titled Batkid Begins.

After talking to everyone from Miles’ parents to the participants in Batkid’s big day, Nachman is taking her film to Indiegogo to try to raise $100,000 to finish post-production. Specifically, the money will be used for aerial shots, soundtrack, special effects, and more.

According to the film’s Indiegogo page, “Batkid Begins follows the events leading up to the day Batkid saved San Francisco and what happens when an event goes unintentionally viral.” Contributors will receive a variety of rewards, from a Batkid cape to an associate producer credit. The Indiegogo campaign will last for 36 days.