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|Edition: || UK (VHS)|
|Released: ||January 1994 (Exact date unconfirmed)|
|Format: ||1 x VHS PAL|
Note: Subsequently re-released a number of times: first on VHS as an “extra” on PROBE: Unnatural Selection, then again on VHS as a double-pack release with The Stranger: The Terror Game, then finally on DVD as a “special feature” on In Memory Alone. Followed by a sequel: Stranger Than Fiction 2.
Gary Russell of Marvel Comics’ Doctor Who Magazine investigates the world of BBV.
In a relatively short space of time and with relatively small amounts of money, Bill Baggs has produced a series of videos which have a special appeal for Doctor Who fans.
Stranger Than Fiction looks at the development of BBV’s production techniques, through story, rehearsal and shooting. There’s a chance to discover the origins of the scripts, as well as to see lost scenes from the Stranger videos and The AirZone Solution.
This fascinating behind the scenes story is told with revealing, on the spot Hi-8 footage, together with exclusive star interviews.