A few days ago I was part of a panel celebrating the first anniversry on YouTube of Reverence of the Daleks, a Doctor Who fan-film written and produced by me. I was joined by Charlie Ross (Captain Reynolds), Mark Lever (Director of Photography and Editor), and Gary Thomas (Director).
Very recently I was privileged to show the final cut of the Doctor Who fan-film I’d made with friends Mark and Gary, Reverence of the Daleks, on YouTube – even more exciting, we held a YouTube Premiere so fans and friends could tune in and watch it live together. This was a neat way of building up the excitement, and we picked the timeslot of 7PM on Saturday 8th February to honour the traditional timeslot for the show.
It was great also to utilise the relatively new YouTube Premiere feature on our new channel Wonder Strike Media as it allowed for viewers to get ready to watch together as the film went out in public for the first time, really felt like there was a buzz to proceedings. We managed a peak of 14 viewes throughout the live broadcast which I’ll chalk up as decent considering we had some last minute production issues that delayed the link going live!
I’m really happy with the reception to Reverence so far – over 400 views and counting as people share it to friends and family.
It’s been a project I’ve been intimately close to – as part of the production team and as a long-term fan of Doctor Who and it’s so great to finally let this loose on the world! I’m immensely proud of all the hard work everyone involved put into it.
If you fancy battling Daleks and seeing the end-result of nearly 3 years work then please check out the embed below!
I’ve lots more to say about my role as Writer and Producer of this film in future posts so please follow my blog to see that insight once it hits press!
Once you’ve watched Reverence it would be fantastic if you could fill out this Audience Survey if you’re so inclined – click herefor that!
Also, you can listen to the original score to Reverence of the Daleks as featured in the film, composed by Simon Norman (featuring a new arrangement of the theme tune) on his site here! It’s great!