quianaa2001:

My Martha Jones Cosplay from Gallifrey One 2013!

The Steven Moffat interview presented at this past weekend’s Gallifrey One

Four-Year Old Doctor Who Fan Lindalee Rose Interviews Freema Agyeman

via The Mary Sue

k3ndrar:

I’m at Gallifrey One! Yippee! Also, real, live TARDIS that I have touched and, in a small way, helped put together. Also, I got a picture with the actors who play Vastra and Strax and they are wonderful.

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k3ndrar:

I’m at Gallifrey One! Yippee! Also, real, live TARDIS that I have touched and, in a small way, helped put together. Also, I got a picture with the actors who play Vastra and Strax and they are wonderful.

Follow everybody’s posts from Gallifrey One here.

(Source: procloneduncan)

candylovingblt:

Met the cutest weeping angel ever today. Never thought cute and weeping angel would be used in the same sentence. :-)


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candylovingblt:

Met the cutest weeping angel ever today. Never thought cute and weeping angel would be used in the same sentence. :-)

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theneverwas:

Perhaps the most touching thing that has ever happened to me ever? A girl around age 7 came up to me and offered me an “Ask me about Adipose,” ribbon.
I got down on one knee to talk to her; I asked her what she knew about Adipose. She replied, “I think they’re disturbing.”
Then she handed me a second ribbon that said, “Where’s Rose?” And said, “I want you to have another one because you’re my favorite Doctor.”
Her mother took photos of us together and those are forthcoming. What an awesome feeling. I can just imagine how Matt Smith feels. Such a cool little Whovian!

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theneverwas:

Perhaps the most touching thing that has ever happened to me ever? A girl around age 7 came up to me and offered me an “Ask me about Adipose,” ribbon.

I got down on one knee to talk to her; I asked her what she knew about Adipose. She replied, “I think they’re disturbing.”

Then she handed me a second ribbon that said, “Where’s Rose?” And said, “I want you to have another one because you’re my favorite Doctor.”

Her mother took photos of us together and those are forthcoming. What an awesome feeling. I can just imagine how Matt Smith feels. Such a cool little Whovian!

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dark-wesley:

GEEKING OUT because right now MARK SHEPPARD is talking with my son, who is dressed like the Eleventh Doctor, and fixing his bow tie. OMG

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thespidersam:

TARDIS BIKE! First day at Gallifrey One is shaping up nicely

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thespidersam:

TARDIS BIKE! First day at Gallifrey One is shaping up nicely

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daphneashbrook:

Day one at Gally and we’re already having a blast.

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Also: I think we’ve mentioned this before but Daphne Ashbrook who played companion Dr. Grace Holloway from the 8th Doctor movie has a Tumblr.

(Source: daphneashbrook, via keyofmgy)

teamhate:

OPENING CEREMONIES!!

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teamhate:

OPENING CEREMONIES!!

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To everyone at Gallifrey One this year, have a fantastic time.
We’ll be reblogging your tagged posts from Gallifrey One all weekend.

To everyone at Gallifrey One this year, have a fantastic time.

We’ll be reblogging your tagged posts from Gallifrey One all weekend.

There’s going to be an Inspector Spacetime (Kickstarter-funded) web series!

Word out of the Gallifrey One Doctor Who convention is that there is going to be a web series of Community's Who-parody showInspector Spacetime. It sounds like it won’t be Donald Glover and Danny Pudi in the starring roles, however. Travis Richey, who plays the Inspector on the show within a show will be producing six episodes. [bessyboo via Charlie Jane]
Edit: Our own Charlie Jane Anders, who was at the panel, adds that there was a dramatic reading of the first webisode, in which the Inspector and Constable Reginald visit the planet New Seventh Earth Two, where they meet the Blogons, vanquish them with the Inspector’s “optic penknife,” and then run into a deserted warehouse where they get trapped. Apparently, later in the episode we’ll get to meet the Inspector’s arch-nemesis. The panel also included a slideshow explaining the long line of actors who played the Inspector: Christopher Lee in the 1960s, Stephen Fry in the 1980s, and Steve Carell in the 1990s TV movie.
Second Edit: Travis Richey, Inspector Spacetime himself, wrote in to clarify a few points:

Dan Harmon, Community, NBC and Sony have nothing to do with this web series. I pitched it to them after my first episode of Community, but never heard back from them one way or another. So I’m going to do it myself, with the help of fans. I’m launching a Kickstarter campaign in a matter of hours for an equipment budget, and the complete story can be read there.


Click through for more info.

There’s going to be an Inspector Spacetime (Kickstarter-funded) web series!

Word out of the Gallifrey One Doctor Who convention is that there is going to be a web series of Community's Who-parody showInspector Spacetime. It sounds like it won’t be Donald Glover and Danny Pudi in the starring roles, however. Travis Richey, who plays the Inspector on the show within a show will be producing six episodes. [bessyboo via Charlie Jane]

Edit: Our own Charlie Jane Anders, who was at the panel, adds that there was a dramatic reading of the first webisode, in which the Inspector and Constable Reginald visit the planet New Seventh Earth Two, where they meet the Blogons, vanquish them with the Inspector’s “optic penknife,” and then run into a deserted warehouse where they get trapped. Apparently, later in the episode we’ll get to meet the Inspector’s arch-nemesis. The panel also included a slideshow explaining the long line of actors who played the Inspector: Christopher Lee in the 1960s, Stephen Fry in the 1980s, and Steve Carell in the 1990s TV movie.

Second Edit: Travis Richey, Inspector Spacetime himself, wrote in to clarify a few points:

Dan Harmon, Community, NBC and Sony have nothing to do with this web series. I pitched it to them after my first episode of Community, but never heard back from them one way or another. So I’m going to do it myself, with the help of fans. I’m launching a Kickstarter campaign in a matter of hours for an equipment budget, and the complete story can be read there.

Click through for more info.

Bigger than life Adipose
soulsister101:

My fave thing from Gallifrey by far was this Bigger than Life adipose! Can’t believe someone made this and got inside! Note: This photo is from the lovely “elleflies”! None of mine came out!

Bigger than life Adipose

soulsister101:

My fave thing from Gallifrey by far was this Bigger than Life adipose! Can’t believe someone made this and got inside! Note: This photo is from the lovely “elleflies”! None of mine came out!

Doctor Who Fans Refurbish TARDIS Console From 1996 Movie for Gallifrey One Convention

Paul J. Salamoff is a former special effects artist from Burbank who now works as a writer and producer. He’s also the owner of the TARDIS console from the 1996 Doctor Whotelevision movie starring Paul McGann. This weekend, he unveiled the refurbished prop at Los Angeles’ annual gathering of Whovians, Gallifrey One.
It makes sense that Salamoff, who gave the prop a new life with the help of two other fans, would choose Gallifrey One for the big reveal. A Doctor Who aficionado since childhood, Salamoff has been attending the convention for at least 15 years. While this convention still flies a little under the media radar, Gallifrey One is becoming better known as more and more people in the U.S. are obsessing over the long-running British sci-fi franchise, which on BBC America.
It was a long, arduous process that one of Salamoff’s cohorts documented on his blog, but the response was worth it. The eighth Doctor himself, McGann, stopped by with his son to play with some of the controls.

Read the rest of the interview at LA Weekly. You should also check out their slideshow of photos from Gallifrey One

Doctor Who Fans Refurbish TARDIS Console From 1996 Movie for Gallifrey One Convention

Paul J. Salamoff is a former special effects artist from Burbank who now works as a writer and producer. He’s also the owner of the TARDIS console from the 1996 Doctor Whotelevision movie starring Paul McGann. This weekend, he unveiled the refurbished prop at Los Angeles’ annual gathering of Whovians, Gallifrey One.

It makes sense that Salamoff, who gave the prop a new life with the help of two other fans, would choose Gallifrey One for the big reveal. A Doctor Who aficionado since childhood, Salamoff has been attending the convention for at least 15 years. While this convention still flies a little under the media radar, Gallifrey One is becoming better known as more and more people in the U.S. are obsessing over the long-running British sci-fi franchise, which on BBC America.

It was a long, arduous process that one of Salamoff’s cohorts documented on his blog, but the response was worth it. The eighth Doctor himself, McGann, stopped by with his son to play with some of the controls.

Read the rest of the interview at LA Weekly. You should also check out their slideshow of photos from Gallifrey One

Little Dalek from this past weekend’s Gallifrey One
captaintish:

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Little Dalek from this past weekend’s Gallifrey One

captaintish:

picture taken by captaintish




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