BFI have revealed that two former (and possibly future depending on
when you're reading this) actors to play The Doctor will attend
respective screenings of their work at the BFI later this year. As
previously announced, The Stolen Earth
and Journey's End
will screen on Sept 29 at 2pm and David Tennant
will be in attendance at the Q&A panel after the episodes. Joining Tennant will be Catherine Tate
(Donna Noble), director Graeme Harper
, producer Phil Collinson
and casting director Andy Pryor
following weekend sees a big screen performance of the 1996 TV Movie on
Oct 5 (at the special time of 10am) and will see an appearance from Paul McGann
. Joining McGann will be Jason Haigh-Ellery
and Nicholas Briggs
Productions), Gary Russell
(Seventh Doctor script editor and writer), Geoffrey Sax
(director), Daphne Ashbrook
(Dr Grace Holloway). The event will be followed by a signing at the BFI Shop of
advance copies of the new BBC 50th anniversary book: Doctor Who - The
with author Marcus Hearn.
The Stolen Earth/Journey's End
screens at the BFI on Sep 29 at 2pm.
Doctor Who: The TV Movie
screens at the BFI on Oct 5 at 10am.
are currently sold out, but it's always worth checking with the website
and even turning up on the day for returns (it does happen!).
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