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4/12/2010 10:30:00 pm - Reported by Chuck Foster

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Fantom Films, readers of the Doctor Who News page are being offered a special opportunity to win a variety of their products!

Utopia is their flagship event of the year, and takes place over the weekend of 15th/16th May at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire. We are pleased to be able to offer a pair of tickets to the convention as first prize in a competition, with a number of items of merchandise produced by Fantom for the runner ups.

A pair of weekend tickets to Utopia 2010, giving full access to all interview panels, autograph sessions, workshops, evening entertainment, and much much more!

A limited edition hardback edition of Mary Tamm's first autobiography First Generation, signed by Mary, and an audiobook from our wide selection of titles.

A copy of interview CD Cult Conversations, featuring Deborah Watling and Gareth David Lloyd.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply answer the following question:

Deborah Watling's autobiography Daddy's Girl is launched at Utopia - what part did Deborah's father Jack play in Doctor Who?

Entries should be sent to Fantom Films at the competition address - please include your answer, name and daytime contact number.

Entries must be received by 12 noon, 18th April 2010, and winners will be picked at random.

Fantom Films

In recent years we have presented our own acclaimed specialist Doctor Who events bringing a selection of well known names, first time signers and rare guests from the Whoniverse together at an affordable rate. The centre piece of these events is our annual Utopia convention, and for 2010 Utopia has just got bigger! For the first time Utopia will be presented over two days at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire on the weekend of the 15th/16th May. It will also see the launch of new books from both Deborah Watling and Victor Pemberton!

Over the past five years Fantom Films havw released over 30 audio books; and in the past year we have successfully expanded into book publishing, including autobiographies from Deborah Watling, Barry Letts and Mary Tamm.