Who’s Changing – Doctor Who Documentary

Cameron K McEwen, Elisar Cabrera and Jack Ayers are making a new Doctor Who documentary to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the show. Then documentary is uniquely about fans of the show rather than the show itself, examining how fandom has changed from pre 2005 to the post 2005. A trailer from the documentary can be found below:

The fellows need help so please help them by donating here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/who-s-changing-a-documentary-about-50-years-of-doctor-who-fans

Here is a list of people who are already taking part in the documentary:

Louise Jameson (‘Leela’ – companion to the 4th Doctor); 
Sophie Aldred (‘Ace’, companion to the 7th Doctor)
Neve McIntosh (‘Madame Vastra’, companion to the 11th Doctor); 
Dan Starkey (Sontaran ‘Strax’, companion to the 11th Doctor); 
Simon Fisher-Becker (‘Dorium Maldovar’, friend of the 11th Doctor); 
Catrin Stewart (‘Jenny’, companion to the 11th Doctor);
Caitlin Blackwood (Young ‘Amelia Pond‘, the first person to meet the Eleventh Doctor); 
Gary Russell (Doctor Who, Torchwood & Sarah Jane Adventures Script Editor and author);
Andrew Smith (writer of Fourth Doctor story, ‘Full Circle’); 
James Moran (writer of the Tenth Doctor story, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’);
Spencer Wilding (Doctor Who monster acor in the 11th Doctor era); 
Eric Saward (Doctor Who Script Editor and writer); 
Jane Espenson (Torchwood, Buffy, Once Upon A Time writer); 
Jeremy Bentham (Writer Doctor Who Weekly and Co-Founder Doctor Who Appreciation Society); 
Tony Lee (writer of the IDW Doctor Who comic); 
Simon Furman (writer of Doctor Who Magazine and Transformer comic strips);
Dan Slott (legendary Spiderman Marvel comics writer and Who fan);
Richard Starkings (writer of Doctor Who Magazine comic strips and the Elephantmen comic book series);
Liam Dryden (YouTube star and Chameleon Circuit band member);
Josh Adams (American artist of Doctor Who comics); 
Alain Carrazé (French journalist & TV programmer)

Louise Jameson (‘Leela’ – companion to the 4th Doctor); 
Sophie Aldred (‘Ace’, companion to the 7th Doctor)
Neve McIntosh (‘Madame Vastra’, companion to the 11th Doctor); 
Dan Starkey (Sontaran ‘Strax’, companion to the 11th Doctor); 
Simon Fisher-Becker (‘Dorium Maldovar’, friend of the 11th Doctor); 
Catrin Stewart (‘Jenny’, companion to the 11th Doctor);
Caitlin Blackwood (Young ‘Amelia Pond’, the first person to meet the Eleventh Doctor); 
Gary Russell (Doctor Who, Torchwood & Sarah Jane Adventures Script Editor and author);
Andrew Smith (writer of Fourth Doctor story, ‘Full Circle’); 
James Moran (writer of the Tenth Doctor story, ‘The Fires of Pompeii’);
Spencer Wilding (Doctor Who creature actor in the 11th Doctor era); 
Eric Saward (Doctor Who Script Editor and writer); 
Jane Espenson (Torchwood, Buffy, Once Upon A Time writer); 
Jeremy Bentham (Writer Doctor Who Weekly and Co-Founder Doctor Who Appreciation Society); 
Tony Lee (writer of the IDW Doctor Who comic); 
Simon Furman (writer of Doctor Who Magazine and Transformer comic strips);
Dan Slott (legendary Spiderman Marvel comics writer and Who fan);
Richard Starkings (writer of Doctor Who Magazine comic strips and the Elephantmen comic book series);
Liam Dryden (YouTube star and Chameleon Circuit band member);
Josh Adams (American artist of Doctor Who comics); 
Alain Carrazé (French journalist & TV programmer) – See more at: http://news.drwho-online.co.uk/#sthash.NNH8jYLy.dpuf
Elisar Cabrera
Elisar Cabrera
Elisar Cabrera
Elisar Cabrera
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