Kieran Evans has achieved great things with his trilogy of videos for the Manic Street Preachers' album Rewind The Film about life in a South Wales mining village - and the second, for Show …
Manic Street Preachers 'Distant Colours' by Kieran Evans
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.
|Production Manager||Fran Langlands|
|Director of Photography||Liam White|
|Focus Puller||Austin Phillips|
|2nd AC||Pieter Snyman|
|Post production company||Roundtable Post|
|Lead actor||Sarah Sayuri Hare|
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