Doctor Who: The Time War Student Film is creating Narrative Film
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In November 2011, Jeremy Chretien, a film student at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska, told his sister Elisabeth, a writer and editor, that he wanted to make a Doctor Who film.

Both Jeremy and Elisabeth were raised on the old Doctor Who show that aired late on Saturday nights on public television. Our parents were long-time fans of the show, and we even attended Doctor Who conventions as preschoolers. As adults, we were excited when Doctor Who came back on the air with new episodes, new adventures, and new enemies.

But what particularly intrigued us was what was missing--what happened between the old show of our late-night PBS childhood and the new show with its special effects and darker Doctor. The Time War appears to be the large, dramatic hole that connects these two eras. The Time War has been hinted at, spoken of, and even shown in small bits and pieces in the new show, and further hints about it lie strew throughout various novels, comics, and audio dramas.

As Jeremy and Elisabeth talked about what would make a good Doctor Who film, we soon realized that we wanted to tell the missing story of The Time War.

As a film student, Jeremy has access to all of the technology to make this movie. Elisabeth and Jeremy are writing the script. We even have the possibility of having an original score composed by a friend who is a music composition student.

What we don't have is the capital to create costumes, sets, and props. We are making a TARDIS, Daleks, Time Lord robes, the TARDIS consul, and various other props and backdrops.
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In November 2011, Jeremy Chretien, a film student at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska, told his sister Elisabeth, a writer and editor, that he wanted to make a Doctor Who film.

Both Jeremy and Elisabeth were raised on the old Doctor Who show that aired late on Saturday nights on public television. Our parents were long-time fans of the show, and we even attended Doctor Who conventions as preschoolers. As adults, we were excited when Doctor Who came back on the air with new episodes, new adventures, and new enemies.

But what particularly intrigued us was what was missing--what happened between the old show of our late-night PBS childhood and the new show with its special effects and darker Doctor. The Time War appears to be the large, dramatic hole that connects these two eras. The Time War has been hinted at, spoken of, and even shown in small bits and pieces in the new show, and further hints about it lie strew throughout various novels, comics, and audio dramas.

As Jeremy and Elisabeth talked about what would make a good Doctor Who film, we soon realized that we wanted to tell the missing story of The Time War.

As a film student, Jeremy has access to all of the technology to make this movie. Elisabeth and Jeremy are writing the script. We even have the possibility of having an original score composed by a friend who is a music composition student.

What we don't have is the capital to create costumes, sets, and props. We are making a TARDIS, Daleks, Time Lord robes, the TARDIS consul, and various other props and backdrops.

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 Thank you in the Credits 

Photos
$15 or more per month 0 patrons

 Access to Photos of production, plus all listed above via mail

DVD
$35 or more per month 0 patrons

 DVD of Film, plus all listed above via mail