Massive Attack’s Flat Of The Blade by Ewen Spencer
The latest in the ongoing project of films inspired by tracks from Massive Attack's new album Heligoland is this intimate portrait of a Birmingham gang member, by photographer/filmmaker Ewen Spencer.
Ewen is well known for his photography with The Streets and The White Stripes, numerous magazines and commercial clients (T-Mobile, Foot Locker, etc). And as he shows here for the haunting and intense Flat Of The Blade - with vocals by Elbow's Guy Garvey - he's also chronicler par excellence of modern youth sub-culture.
|Production Company||Black Dog Films|
|Director of Photography||Ewen Spencer and Finn Taylor|
|Producer||Ewen Spencer and Margo Mars|
|Executive Producer||Svana Gisla|
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