Everything's Not Lost

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Title: Everything's Not Lost
Creator: greensilver
Date: March 2009
Format: DivX .avi
Length: 2:39 minutes
Music: "Everything's Not Lost" by Coldplay
Fandom: Doctor Who
Footage: Doctor Who, Torchwood
URL: vid announcement
banner for the vid made by firefly_ca when she recommended the vid

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Everything's Not Lost is a Doctor Who fanvid by greensilver. It was reviewed at the vid commentary LJ community on July 6, 2009 by charmax. The vid premiered at the 2009 Escapade vidshow and it was made for fan_eunice.


  • "This vid made me feel like I was getting a hug. Beautiful work."[1]
  • "This was so sweetly happy. All the joy in it is making me happy. I love how it begins with each of them alone and then they're all with someone. Also loved the beginning and the ending, how the doctor alone and the tardis spinning in a spiral void starts it off and ends with the doctor surrounded by people and the tardis spinning around the world."[2]
  • "This is for serious one of the most lovely vids I have ever seen. I may have teared up a little bit. Thank you so much for sharing this!"[3]
  • "I watch and love all the many flavours of vids but the ones I come back to again and again are the life-affirming ones and this vid is right at the top of my "Charmax needs to be reminded that people don't suck, at least not all the time" pile. I think in some ways what this vid reminds me of most is the "Where The Hell Is Matt?" Youtube phenomenon. Both show how small the world has become and yet how huge it is, how diverse people are and yet how alike we are. On the face of it the Youtube vid is just some guy dancing in a bunch of different places with a bunch of different people and on the face of it this vid is just a bunch of hugs, yet there is something in those ever increasing circles of embraces that I find truly moving."[4]


  1. ^ feedback at the vid announcement, March 2009.
  2. ^ feedback at the vid announcement, March 2009.
  3. ^ feedback at the vid announcement, March 2009.
  4. ^ feedback at the vid commentary.