Manic Street Preachers 'Distant Colours' by Kieran Evans

Manic Street Preachers 'Distant Colours' by Kieran Evans
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From an abandoned slate mine in North Wales to a theatre in Blackwood, Kieran Evans's latest video for the Manic Street Preachers features a powerful performance from the band alongside the alienated protagonist that featured in the previous film for International Blue.

And now our intrepid traveller (Sarah Sayuri Hare) finds herself a long way from Nice. She finds herself among the industrial landscapes and forgotten landmarks of Welsh history and politics.

The video was shot anamorphic 2:39:1 to continue the widescreen concept established with International Blue, the final grading slightly exaggerating the saturation and hues of the landscapes and contrasts against the stark, de-saturated look for the interiors of the theatre and the band performance.

Credits

Director
Kieran Evans
Producer
Jason Hocking
Production Company
CC-Lab
Production Manager
Fran Langlands
Director of Photography
Liam White
Focus Puller
Austin Phillips
2nd AC
Pieter Snyman
Gaffer
Mark Holownia
Editor
Charlie Bird
Colourist
Claire Winter
Post production company
Roundtable Post
Cast
Sarah Sayuri Hare
Label
Sony Music

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