A documentary film about Blur, accompanied by a live recording of their performance at Hyde Park is due for release on DVD, through Parlophone Records on February 15, 2010.
"No Distance Left to Run" opens in cinemas worldwide on January 19. The film finds Graham Coxon, Damon Albarn, Alex James and Dave Rowntree set to perform together for the first time in nine years. Intimate new interviews recount the highs and lows of Blur: from Colchester to Goldsmiths, throughout the heady Britpop years and the band's headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park.
The live DVD concert film was filmed over two nights at Hyde Park in July 2009. The multi-camera edit was filmed in HD by Giorgio Testi for Pulse Films and features stereo and surround sound options.
No Distance Left To Run
A documentary film
Directors - Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern
Running Time - 98 mins
Blur Live at Hyde Park
She's So High. Girls & Boys. Tracy Jacks. There's No Otherway. Jubilee. Bad Head. Beetlebum. Out of Time. Trimm Trab. Coffee and TV. Tender. Country House. Oily Water. Chemical World. Sunday Sunday. Parklife. End of the Century. To the End. This is a Low. Pop Scene. Advert. Song 2. Death of a Party. For Tomorrow. The Universal.
Director - Giorgio Testi
Running Time - 125 mins
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