Reality Check: Whedonesque

Reality Check: Whedonesque

Alex Fitch talks to a couple of actors who initially found fame working in TV productions created by Joss Whedon – Morena Baccarin, in an extract from a Q and A recorded at the Apple store in London to celebrate the arrival of the first season of the remake of V becoming available on iTunes – and, in a Q and A recorded after a screening of the new SF comedy Drones at this year’s Spring Sci-Fi London festival, Jonathan Woodward talks about what it’s like playing a human in an office full of aliens.

Morena Baccarin becomes a US citizen in V while Jonathan Woodward works in an office full of Drones

Morena Baccarin becomes a US citizen in V while Jonathan Woodward works in an office full of Drones

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Links: Wikipedia pages on V, Morena Baccarin and Jonathan Woodward

To download the hour long version of the V Q and A, also featuring Elizabeth Mitchell and Scott Wolf, please visit the iTunes store, where you can also buy the entire first season

Morena Baccarin’s website

For more infomation about Drones, please visit the offical homepage: www.dronesmovie.com

Jonathan Woodward’s website

For more info about all things Joss Whedon related, please visit www.whedonesque.com

Recommended events:

‘Magical realism and social realism’ in comics

Prisoner writer Ian Rakoff talks about Social Realism and Magical Realism in comics, concentrating on Corto Maltese, Love and Rockets and Little Orphan Annie in a talk at the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Sacklet Centre.

1.15 pm, 21st July
Cromwell Road Entrance, London SW7 2RL
More info at www.vam.ac.uk/activ_events

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Co-presenter / producer of "Panel Borders", Thursdays 5pm Resonance 104.4 FM. Film reviewer for www.electricsheepmagazine.com Podcaster for www.sci-fi-london.com