Doctor Who fans all over the world have been recreating classic scenes at home this year as part of the the Homemade Who project.

Celebrating 15 years since the show’s 2005 revival, fans have been acting out some of their favourite moments from the past twelve seasons using whatever they can find in their house.

Here are some great compilations of all the clips that have been sent in so far:

You can also watch all the complete clips on Instagram here.

If you’ve not yet joined in, you’ve still got time to enter your own clip and be included in an epic final supercut featuring every entry this autumn…

You could even win one of five sets of these four brilliant new Doctor Who books!

Out now from Puffin Books and BBC Books, each bundle contains The Official Annual 2021, children’s novel The Maze of Doom by David Solomons, The Target Storybook containing 15 short stories, and Sophie Aldred’s debut novel At Childhood’s End.

Don’t worry if you’ve not got a proper video camera (your phone is fine) or if you don’t have everything you need to make the perfect costume – it’s just for fun!

If you’d like to enter, here’s what you need to know:

1. Your clip should be between 5-30 seconds long.

2. Film your clip in landscape (sideways/wide) – not portrait (upright/tall) or square – this is an important one!

3. Don’t add any music or text/titles to your clip.

4. Don’t include any actual footage from the TV series.

5. Entrants under the age of 18 must ask permission from a parent or legal guardian before submitting an entry.

The final deadline for entries is Saturday 31st October 2020.

You’re welcome to send in more than one video and this is open to fans all over the world.

To enter, just email your video as an attachment to [email protected] – or upload it onto YouTube and email the link over.

You can find out more information here and there are loads of great examples to check out on Instagram.

Have fun and stay safe!

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