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Blur's No Distance Left to Run by thirtytwo and Live at Hyde Park by Giorgio Testi

Blur's No Distance Left to Run by thirtytwo and Live at Hyde Park by Giorgio Testi

Jimmy Brown - 18th Feb 2010

Following the theatrical release of No Distance Left To Run, a unique Blur double has just been released on DVD: No Distance Left To Run, the documentary of the history of the band, directed by thirtytwo, plus the video record of their spectacular live concert at Hyde Park last summer, directed by Giorgio Testi - both produced through Pulse Films.

Following the theatrical release of <em>No Distance Left To Run</em>, a unique Blur double has just been released on DVD: <em>No Distance Left To Run</em>, the documentary of the history of the band, directed by thirtytwo, plus the video record of their spectacular live concert at Hyde Park last summer, directed by Giorgio Testi - both produced through Pulse Films. <em>No Distance Left To Run</em> sees the four original members of Blur together for their 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour. Featuring previously unseen archive material alongside revealing new interviews and reportage, it recounts the highs and lows of a very British band - from small gigs at Colchester and Goldsmiths, to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park. thirtytwo's compelling film is the story of an English band, and a portrait of enduring friendship and resolution. Giorgio Testi directed Blur's live performance at their spectacular July 2009 Hyde Park Show. These huge comeback gigs were definitely one of the highlights of the music calendar last year, captured with an 18-camera set-up that required careful preparation and orchestration by Giorgio and the Pulse team. It offers an intimate view of the band's performance whilst also capturing the scale of the occasion.

No Distance Left To Run sees the four original members of Blur together for their 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour. Featuring previously unseen archive material alongside revealing new interviews and reportage, it recounts the highs and lows of a very British band - from small gigs at Colchester and Goldsmiths, to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park. thirtytwo's compelling film is the story of an English band, and a portrait of enduring friendship and resolution.

Following the theatrical release of <em>No Distance Left To Run</em>, a unique Blur double has just been released on DVD: <em>No Distance Left To Run</em>, the documentary of the history of the band, directed by thirtytwo, plus the video record of their spectacular live concert at Hyde Park last summer, directed by Giorgio Testi - both produced through Pulse Films. <em>No Distance Left To Run</em> sees the four original members of Blur together for their 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour. Featuring previously unseen archive material alongside revealing new interviews and reportage, it recounts the highs and lows of a very British band - from small gigs at Colchester and Goldsmiths, to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park. thirtytwo's compelling film is the story of an English band, and a portrait of enduring friendship and resolution. Giorgio Testi directed Blur's live performance at their spectacular July 2009 Hyde Park Show. These huge comeback gigs were definitely one of the highlights of the music calendar last year, captured with an 18-camera set-up that required careful preparation and orchestration by Giorgio and the Pulse team. It offers an intimate view of the band's performance whilst also capturing the scale of the occasion.

Giorgio Testi directed Blur's live performance at their spectacular July 2009 Hyde Park Show. These huge comeback gigs were definitely one of the highlights of the music calendar last year, captured with an 18-camera set-up that required careful preparation and orchestration by Giorgio and the Pulse team. It offers an intimate view of the band's performance whilst also capturing the scale of the occasion.

Following the theatrical release of <em>No Distance Left To Run</em>, a unique Blur double has just been released on DVD: <em>No Distance Left To Run</em>, the documentary of the history of the band, directed by thirtytwo, plus the video record of their spectacular live concert at Hyde Park last summer, directed by Giorgio Testi - both produced through Pulse Films. <em>No Distance Left To Run</em> sees the four original members of Blur together for their 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour. Featuring previously unseen archive material alongside revealing new interviews and reportage, it recounts the highs and lows of a very British band - from small gigs at Colchester and Goldsmiths, to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park. thirtytwo's compelling film is the story of an English band, and a portrait of enduring friendship and resolution. Giorgio Testi directed Blur's live performance at their spectacular July 2009 Hyde Park Show. These huge comeback gigs were definitely one of the highlights of the music calendar last year, captured with an 18-camera set-up that required careful preparation and orchestration by Giorgio and the Pulse team. It offers an intimate view of the band's performance whilst also capturing the scale of the occasion.

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Giorgio Testi
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