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Vastra, Strax and Jenny Flint aid the Doctor in The Snowmen

Pledge Your Support for ‘Who’s Changing’ Documentary

Fancy an ‘Executive Producer’ credit on a new Doctor Who documentary? If you’ve got a grand going spare you could have your name in the credits of Who’s Changing – An Adventure in Time with Fans, coming soon from Capital City Entertainment. But you can still help deliver the film for a more modest contribution.

Co-directors Cameron K McEwan and Elisar Cabrera are seeking financial support for the independently produced film, a taster for which can be found below. Those sharing their thoughts on the programme’s unique appeal include Louise Jameson, Sophie Aldred and that trio of nineteenth century adventurers Neve McIntosh, Dan Starkey and Catrin Stewart (who is commendably honest about her lack of in-depth Who knowledge when she took the part!).

You can pledge anything from a fiver (which gets you a shout on Twitter) to £1,011 for the aforementioned credit. In between there’s an imaginative range of perks available, such as a hand-knitted Cybermat (£96) or one of your convention pics including in the finished film (£44). Check out the full range of packages at the film’s Indiegogo fundraising page.


has watched Doctor Who since those great big spiders did for Jon Pertwee, and it's way too late to stop now. When he's not at his job working for a charity he spends his time following Hull City's fortunes, listening to Bruce Springsteen and wondering why it took thirty years too long for Doctor Who action figures to come along.

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