January 15, 2010
Blur members reunite for London
premiere of 'No Distance Left To Run'
All four members of Blur
reunited in London last night for the world
premiere of their documentary No Distance Left To Run
last night (January 14).
Held at the Odeon West End in London's
Leicester Square, the film traces Blur's
history – through their words – right up to and including
their 2009 reformation shows.
The screening was the first time all four members of the band
- Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James
and Dave Rowntree - had met up publically in
Britain since concluding their reformation shows at T In
The Park last summer.
The film was introduced by DJ and long time Blur
supporter Steve Lamacq, while the film's
directors Dylan Southern and Will
Lovelace, plus Gorillaz co-creator
Jamie Hewlett, were in the audience.
Blur's film will now be shown at selected Odeon and
Picturehouse cinemas across the country from January 19, as
well as the independent Broadway Nottingham cinema, while
No Distance Left To Run is set for release on DVD on
Get this week's issue of NME - on UK
newsstands now - for a review of No Distance Left To Run.