Jimmy Brown - 4th Nov 2010

Douglas Hart delivers a real tale of two cities in his promo for Manic Street Preachers' emotive Some Kind Of Nothingness.

With lead singer James Dean Bradfield in his home town of Cardiff and Echo & The Bunnymen vocalist Ian McCulloch in his native Liverpool, Hart empathises and emphasises the lyric with this dual deserted streets splitscreen scenario. And it's all wonderfully British.

Watch: Youtube videoManic Street Preachers website

Credits

DirectorDouglas Hart
Production CompanyHSI London
ProducerLucy Booth/Bebe Evwaraye
Director of PhotographyStuart Bentley
EditorFinal Cut
ColouristDuncan Russell
PostPrime Focus
CommissionerDan Millar
EditorDarren Baldwin
ColouristPrime Focus

Jimmy Brown - 4th Nov 2010

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