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Twelfth Night 2014.
"Is Matt Smith still the Eleventh Doctor?"
The Eleventh Hour Panel (the Doctor Who Celebration convention), the day after broadcast of The Day of the Doctor.
Eleventh Doctor episode 43: The Day of the Doctor
Watching The Day of the Doctor (as a cinema release) was a hugely cinematic experience. Not only that, but a very 21st Century experience, with the 3D aspect fully integrated and playing a big part in the “wow factor” of it all.
There are three sequences early on in this production that really emphasise this is the Big Doctor Who Movie, with their emphatically cinematic nature.
Eleventh Doctor episode 42: The Name of the Doctor
It began with the Doctor, and the TARDIS. Along the way he was joined by companions. A fourth iconic element was added in the second serial - the Daleks.
Eleventh Doctor episode 41: Nightmare in Silver
When an “authoured” story – like Nightmare in Silver – doesn’t quite reach the giddy heights of the fan-consensus Instant Classic then the reaction of the fanbase is to say then perhaps the rest of the production team didn’t quite realise the master scribe’s visionary writings for the screen perfectly. That might not always be correct – was it what happened for this Doctor Who story?
Eleventh Doctor episode 40: The Crimson Horror
rising to the challenge that Gatiss has set, which is to essentially make a very British horror movie of 45 minutes
Babelcolour has updated his “every story” video!
“The Day of the Doctor = Story 240”, I endorse this.
Eleventh Doctor episode 39: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
sense of scale and ambition, like The Rings of Akhaten, perhaps seen only previously in the Doctor Who Magazine comics.