Blimey - just checked this site and realised we haven't put an update on for ages! Sorry about that - didn't mean to! We're still alive, although not much we can report at the moment. We've done some more dialogue recording - mainly David's role of Auriga. We'll be doing some more with Tony and completing his stuff quite soon, and then we are goiung to ask our other cast members to pop down and do their dubbing.
Well, we've got our copy of the magazine and we love it - but then we're biased ! Anyway, buy your own and make your own mind up!!! It's great to be featured - to fly the flag for the countless number of enthusiasts of amateur film-making the world over. Devious is an "homage" as we've always said.
Yep - we've bought our copy and already the glass case is being built to house it in! A superb article featuring many of the fan film versions of Doctor Who that have caught the attention of the media. We are very pleased and proud to have been featured and hope you like the piece.
We've just heard from the author of the piece who tells us...
"I just wanted to let you know that the magazine article on Doctor Who fan videos is currently scheduled to appear in issue 48 of Sci Fi Now Magazine. It should be out in a few weeks (toward the end of this month)."
Thanks Charles for this - we hope you won't mind being quoted on the website!!
If you recall years ago we lent a couple of our daleks to a local school in Brighton as part of a project to help with childrens literacy. They were placed in the library at Patcham School and were very successful in increasing awareness of science fiction reading - so much so that they even made the inside cover of the school brochure the following year as well as appearing on BBC South's South Today magazine show as part of a week long series of Dr Who - themed items. The teacher responsible - Mr Rowlie Darby was interviewed by Sylvester McCoy for that feature.
Sorry for the lack of updates - have been merrily building stuff to get Devious finished! Well, that's the hope. I (Ashley) have just got back from the Brighton Centre where we have been setting up our exhibit for this year. And we're bigger than ever! 5 of your french metres by 6 of them! That's, err, many yards wide by a demi-furlong deep. Or something like that.