http://www.sci-fi-london.com/festival/2014/programme/feature/whos-changing-doctor-who-panel

Doctor Who documentary, Who’s Changing – An Adventure In Time With Fans, has been chosen as part of the Sci-Fi London Film Festival. The feature-length film, directed by Blogtor, will screen on May 3 at the Stratford Picturehouse – details and tickets HERE. There will also be a panel beforehand featuring Lisa Bowerman, James Goss and Scott Handcock discussing their involvement with Doctor Who animation and audio plays. After the screening there will be another Q&A panel afterwards with Blogtor.


Who’s Changing – An Adventure In Time With Fans features interviews with Doctor Who legends such as: Louise Jameson (Leela), Neve McIntosh (Madame Vastra), Sophie Aldred (Ace), Dan Starkey (Strax), Caitlin Blackwood (Amelia Pond), Simon Fisher-Becker (Dorium Maldovar), Catrin Stewart (Jenny Flint) and writers such as Andrew Smith (Full Circle), James Moran (The Fires of Pompeii), Eric Saward (Earthshock), Jane Espenson (Torchwood: Miracle Day) and script editor/author Gary Russell alongside many more fascinating names. Visit whoschanging.co.uk for the full list and watch the trailer below.


Here’s what the critics have been saying about Who’s Changing – An Adventure In Time With Fans (click on the quotes for the full reviews):

“Who’s Changing ultimately celebrates one thing about Doctor Who that never, ever changes – the fact that its most devoted fans adore it almost unconditionally.”
Starburst, 8/10

“sunny hearted celebration of all things fan.
…invaluable instagram shot of where fan culture is at this exact moment.
… a finely detailed and refreshingly uncynical lust letter to the series it now is.”
Doctor Who Magazine, 473

Blogcritics.com

“It’s like spending 80 minutes in the company of your friends talking about your favourite TV show. Highly recommended.”
The Geeks Handbag

“Very interesting and very worth watching if you’re a fan of the show.”
myReviewer.com, 7/10

Who’s Changing is a fine DVD that shows why, after 50 years, we’re still fascinated with a alien who travels through time in a big blue box.”
Whedonopolis

“really fun to watch and an excellent addition to any Who fan’s collection. I would highly recommend it for everybody.”
Whoventures

What makes it stand out from the rest though is that it talks to
real fans as well as the stars and also gathers a real insight into the
mind of Doctor Who fans. All in all it is a great little package

Burton Mail

“This documentary serves as an excellent introduction to the world of
Doctor Who’s fandom and will certainly leave you wanting to know and see
more.”

The Spoilist 

“The film looks and sounds thoroughly professional yet has a fan-made aesthetic at the same time, somehow. “
MJ Simpson, B+

“… well worth a watch. Doctor Who fans: embrace your even geekier side!”
Roobla.com, 3/5

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Cameron K McEwan was the first owner and site editor of Blogtor Who since its creation in May 2008 until Dec 2015. A lifelong Doctor Who fan, Cameron has also written two books, The Who’s Who of Doctor Who and Doctor Who: The Big Book of Lists, and directed a film all about Doctor Who fans throughout the years, Who’s Changing - An Adventure In Time With Fans. Cameron also contributes TV and film news and reviews to BBC Radio London, Metro, Digital Spy, New York Observer and Den of Geek. He lives in London with his one trousers.

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