Dock Ellis, the MLB pitcher most famous for once throwing a no-hitter while high on LSD, led a very interesting life. So it should come as no surprise that a documentary on him, now in the Kickstarter funding stages, looks very cool as well.

Ellis pitched in the majors from 1968-1979, finishing with a very respectable 138-119 record and a 3.46 career ERA. In addition to the no-hitter, he started the 1971 All-Star game, won the 1976 American League Comeback Player of the Year award, and once hit (on purpose) three of the first five batters he faced. One of the most stylish players in the majors, Ellis also developed a serious drug habit during his playing days, before getting clean and becoming a drug counselor. No-No, a documentary about his life and career is currently accepting donations on Kickstarter. If you're wondering what to get us for our birthday, contributing to this project would be an excellent idea.

[via Kickstarter]