Director

Chris Hansen is an independent filmmaker and the Chair of the Department of Film and Digital Media at Baylor University. His feature films include The Proper Care and Feeding of an American Messiah, Endings, and Where We Started, all of which are available on various video-on-demand platforms, as well as Blur Circle, currently making the festival rounds. He is also the editor of Ruminations, Peregrinations, and Regenerations: A Critical Approach to Doctor Who and recently contributed a chapter to Bigger on the Inside: Christianity and Doctor Who. He lives in Waco, Texas, with his wife, their four daughters, and his mutt, Doc, who was not intentionally named for the Doctor but might as well have been, as Chris has been watching the show since he first saw Tom Baker as the fourth Doctor on Georgia Public Television. www.HansenFilms.com

Photo by Minerva House

Producer/Writer

Ross Ruediger wrote and directed the 2001 indie feature digital film Ravenswan and in 2004 he conceived, plotted, co-directed and wrote the book for a Barry Manilow-themed stage musical entitled New York City Rhythms which ran for several months at the Josephine Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. In recent years he’s turned his eye toward film and TV criticism, often specifically focusing on Doctor Who, which he’s covered in-depth since its return to TV screens in 2005. His Who writings have been published at Slant/The House Next Door, Bullz-Eye, Premium Hollywood, TVW magazine, Starlog, his own blog The Rued Morgue, and for the last few years he’s covered the series for New York Magazine’s entertainment website, Vulture. He first encountered the Doctor on the St. Louis PBS station KETC in the summer of ’84 and has been obsessed with all things Time Lord and TARDIS ever since.

Line Producer

Daniel Lee Beard is a filmmaker and lecturer in the Department of Film and Digital Media at Baylor University. After spending 10 years in the Navy, Daniel went to Baylor University where he finished his BA in Film and MA in Communication. In that time, he produced and directed two short films, Dual Interests, and The Gorilla, currently in postproduction. He has worked with Chris Hansen as the first assistant director and postproduction supervisor of Chris’s film Blur Circle. Daniel is new to the Doctor, but is currently discovering the worlds beyond ours in the TARDIS by watching as many episodes as he can.

Editor

Katie Allison is an editor and post-production specialist, as well as an avid follower of the “mad man with a box”. She attended Baylor University, where she received her B.A. and M.A in Film and Digital Media, and since then, her work has included contributions to the International Collegiate Programming Contest and The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

She first started watching Doctor Who in 2011, and subsequently taught herself to knit Tom Baker’s scarf (both the original and the maroon variant from Season 18).

She lives in Georgetown, Texas, with her two cats and an abundance of classic Who episodes to keep her busy while she waits for her chance to be the next companion.

katieallison.myportfolio.com

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Director

Chris Hansen is an independent filmmaker and the Chair of the Department of Film and Digital Media at Baylor University. His feature films include The Proper Care and Feeding of an American Messiah, Endings, and Where We Started, all of which are available on various video-on-demand platforms, as well as Blur Circle, currently making the festival rounds. He is also the editor of Ruminations, Peregrinations, and Regenerations: A Critical Approach to Doctor Who and recently contributed a chapter to Bigger on the Inside: Christianity and Doctor Who. He lives in Waco, Texas, with his wife, their four daughters, and his mutt, Doc, who was not intentionally named for the Doctor but might as well have been, as Chris has been watching the show since he first saw Tom Baker as the fourth Doctor on Georgia Public Television. www.HansenFilms.com

Photo by Minerva House

Producer/Writer

Ross Ruediger wrote and directed the 2001 indie feature digital film Ravenswan and in 2004 he conceived, plotted, co-directed and wrote the book for a Barry Manilow-themed stage musical entitled New York City Rhythms which ran for several months at the Josephine Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. In recent years he’s turned his eye toward film and TV criticism, often specifically focusing on Doctor Who, which he’s covered in-depth since its return to TV screens in 2005. His Who writings have been published at Slant/The House Next Door, Bullz-Eye, Premium Hollywood, TVW magazine, Starlog, his own blog The Rued Morgue, and for the last few years he’s covered the series for New York Magazine’s entertainment website, Vulture. He first encountered the Doctor on the St. Louis PBS station KETC in the summer of ’84 and has been obsessed with all things Time Lord and TARDIS ever since.

Line Producer

Daniel Lee Beard is a filmmaker and lecturer in the Department of Film and Digital Media at Baylor University. After spending 10 years in the Navy, Daniel went to Baylor University where he finished his BA in Film and MA in Communication. In that time, he produced and directed two short films, Dual Interests, and The Gorilla, currently in postproduction. He has worked with Chris Hansen as the first assistant director and postproduction supervisor of Chris’s film Blur Circle. Daniel is new to the Doctor, but is currently discovering the worlds beyond ours in the TARDIS by watching as many episodes as he can.

Editor

Katie Allison is an editor and post-production specialist, as well as an avid follower of the “mad man with a box”. She attended Baylor University, where she received her B.A. and M.A in Film and Digital Media, and since then, her work has included contributions to the International Collegiate Programming Contest and The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

She first started watching Doctor Who in 2011, and subsequently taught herself to knit Tom Baker’s scarf (both the original and the maroon variant from Season 18).

She lives in Georgetown, Texas, with her two cats and an abundance of classic Who episodes to keep her busy while she waits for her chance to be the next companion.

katieallison.myportfolio.com

© 2017 - Unassuming Pictures, LLC