John Matthias and Jay Auborn have written the score to the new film by Stanley Donwood

Broadmead in Bristol is an unregarded shopping centre, derided by some, ignored by most. Slated for demolition, it has been chosen by Stanley Donwood as the subject for his first feature film, a film which he intended to be "the most boring movie ever made".

Together with cinematographer Mat Consume and with a haunting score by John Matthias and Jay Auborn, 'Broadmead - the movie' is a elegiac paen to the crumbling of the welfare state, the postwar social contract and the slow murder of society by capital.

'Broadmead -The Movie' premieres in Bristol on May 14th.