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No. The only on-screen depictions of events during the Time War are "The Night of the Doctor", a 7-minute minisode, & "The Day of the Doctor", the 50th Anniversary Special episode. Although "The Day..." had s running time of 75 minutes, was shot in stereoscopic 3D & was shown in cinemas (movie theaters), it was made as a television episode for broadcast.

Stories set during the Time War & depicting some of its events have been released in other media. "Engines of War" (novel) tells of events shortly before those shown in "The Day of the Doctor" & the Big Finish audio series The War Doctor, with John Hurt, tells of other events in the Time War.