Manic Street Preachers Documentary ‘No Manifesto’ Set For Release On January 30 | Music News
No Manifesto takes a unique look at one of Rock’s finest bands, the Manic Street Preachers. This beautiful mess of individuals give unprecedented access to student film maker Elizabeth Marcus, which allows getting to know the band in all its shapes and forms. Included in the film is rare archive footage and interviews with fans, who give their critiques and express why the band is important. Although No Manifesto will be released on DVD on February 16, it will also be shown in various cinemas including showings at Cardiff’s Chapter Cinema and Manchester’s Cornerhouse Cinema on January 30 and 31 respectively. Both screenings will include a convert video from the ‘Past-Present-Future’ live shows and a Q&A session with the filmmakers. For further information about the film, please click here.
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