Hello, Doctor Who Tumblr here. We recently made a post about how excited we are to have Whovian fan art and videos featured at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2014. We received a lot of questions over the weekend and thought we’d address some of them here:
BBC America is accepting fan art and videos from anywhere in all of space and time, feel free to submit no matter what country (or planet, or dimension) you’re from.
The maximum video dimensions are 1920 x 1080. As far as length goes, longer video submissions should be cut down to 30-seconds or less. The video wall is silent so it’s fine for videos to have any sort of music in them but unfortunately we won’t be able to hear it (we’ll look up at the screen and sing “doo-wee-oooo” to make up for that.)
BBC America is looking to specifically feature the Twelfth Doctor and Clara at the convention in celebration of the new Series. Video pieces or photos featuring DW cosplayers dressed as them are very welcome.
The video wall is a featured part of the BBC America booth and is quite visible on the con floor. It highlights content from BBC America shows as well as information about related events at the convention.
Yes – at previous events submitting artists have been identified with their Tumblr usernames.
That’s all for now. Still have a question? Our inbox is always open, feel free to send us an ask, and don’t forget that the deadline for submissions is June 16th at 12PM ET.
Doctor Who Comic-Con 2013 Panel Highlights: MATT SMITH, JENNA COLEMAN, STEVEN MOFFAT & more!
Watch the highlights now and get all the scoop from stars MATT SMITH & JENNA COLEMAN, Executive Producer & Lead Writer STEVEN MOFFAT, producer MARCUS WILSON, writer MARK GATISS and “An Adventure in Space and Time” star DAVID BRADLEY.
Discover why STEVEN thinks The Doctor would be shocked to find out there’s a show about him, and what other Doctor Who characters MATT & JENNA would want to play.
Plus, find out MARK GATISS’s favorite memory from season 7, and whether they’ll ever shoot more episodes in America.
The Doctor Who Fan Meetup
Matt Smith talks to Access Hollywood at San Diego Comic-Con 2013
When asked who she’d want to play out of any characters on the show, Jenna replied that she’d like to play Straxx.
Moffat replied “you’re not tall enough”.
#tardis #doctorwho #cosplay #sdcc
by the way, we’re still trying to figure out who this person was. They showed up to both the meetup and the panel and they were awesome.
Cyberman #omg #sdcc #50thanniversary #tumblrmeetup #doctorwho #bbcamericaThis is me pretending to not be afraid. It was a legit Cyberman. I accidentally bumped the arm and almost screamed. I was hesitant and didn’t really know if I should smile or try not to cry. This is my trying not to cry and smile face. Bad quality, but there was really only one go at this since I was, y’know, scared.
Something we meant to blog the other day.
Matt Smith on the chemistry between the Doctor and Companions (x)
#tardis #doctorwho #cosplay #sdcc
We complained about not being there
FYI: we’re posting everything we can either as soon as we find it or as soon as it becomes available.
We’re sitting in a hotel room in an emptied-out downtown San Diego formatting and posting about Doctor Who-related events at SDCC including the panels, the press interviews, and your interactions with the cast, the creators, and each other.
We hope that every Whovian who didn’t attend can still get a sense of everything Who-related that happened at SDCC…
… and we thank everyone who did attend for posting their Whovian experiences for us to reblog and share with others.
Ok. Gotta go feed the queue.
Matt Smith, set to film his last episode as the Doctor, offered fans a sincere “Thank you for your support” today at Doctor Who 50th anniversary panel at San Diego Comic-Con. It was a bittersweet farewell tour for an actor who has won many fans in his four years on the long-running series.
The festivities played to a packed house in San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H, a 6,500-seat venue. Smith did a balletic leap onto the stage destined to made into a thousand animated GIFs. And he was joined by his companion Jenna Coleman, executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat, and producer Marcus Wilson. As the panel was also a celebration of An Adventure in Space and Time — BBC AMERICA’s upcoming dramatic film depicting the behind-the-scenes early days of Who — writer Mark Gatiss and actor David Bradley were on stage as well.
Craig Ferguson, Scottish funnyman, host of CBS’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and a lifelong Whovian, moderated the proceedings, kicking things off with River Song’s trademark “Hello, sweeties.” The panel was dotted with dollops of Ferguson’s brand of cheeky humor. “The people waiting for the Sons of Anarchy panel are very confused right now,” he said…