A day in the life of Sting | ...as imagined by Katy Wix

A day in the life of Sting

...as imagined by Katy Wix

Katy Wix has made a 'mellifluous and surreal' short film about a fictional day in the life of Sting.

The two-minute story imagines how he spends his time in the dwindling years of fame and fortune.

Stath Lets Flat and Ghosts star Wix wrote and narrates Sting Theory, which has been animated by Dan Britt and  scored by Dan Michaelson.

Producers Blink Industries hope it will be the first of seven shorts following the Police frontman over a week of his emptying life.

Published: 10 Oct 2019

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