Adam Ant goes down under!
Adam Ant goes down under!

 

Adam Ant subject of new film
The blue black hussar! Adam Ant subject of new film
A two hour documentary on Adam Ant’s great comeback is in post production now.
 
Titled ‘the Blue Black Hussar’ it documents the greatest comeback we can can think of in rock n roll with live footage, interviews and day to day films of Adam as he creates his brilliant new stage personae and album.
 
 
 
Produced by the legendary Jack Bond, the film maker famous for his work with the South Bank Show and his 1965 documentary film about Salvador Dali, ‘Dali In New York’, as well as his 1988 ‘It Couldn’t Happen Here’ film about the Pet Shop Boys, the film looks like its going to be pretty definitive.
 

 Louder Than War boss John Robb is actually in the film interviewing Adam last year.

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