If you’re in New York City, Waris Hussein, Director of the first episode of Doctor Who “An Unearthly Child” will take part in a screening, discussion, and Q&A about the very first episode of Doctor Who.
Doctor Who: How It All Began—An Evening with Waris Hussein
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
7:00 pm ET
Waris Hussein, Director, “An Unearthly Child”
Moderator: Barnaby Edwards, President, Doctor Who New York
Climb into your TARDIS and travel back in time with us to November 23, 1963, to hear all about the making of “An Unearthly Child,” the very first Doctor Who episode ever aired, from the man who brought it to life, director Waris Hussein, who will recall what it was like being part of the creation of television’s longest-running science fiction series. In addition to a discussion and Q&A, the evening will include the screening of the episode, with live commentary provided by Hussein. After the event, the director will participate in an autograph session with attendees. (Autograph Policy: Waris will sign a personal item for $20 each. He will also have pictures available for signing at $20 each, which will be signed for free.)
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WHY DON’T I LIVE IN NEW YORK.
WHY DON’Y I LIVE IN NEW YORK.
They better be flying to Austin next to do the same panel.
I live in upstate NY. Why is there no love for us? Seriously New York City is six hours away.