Meadowlark 'Headlights' by Daniel Broadley
Daniel Broadley directs a one-take video for his own musical project Meadowlark, which goes against the grain of the song Headlights. It focuses on the metaphors embedded within the lyrics and expressed in a freeflowing video that sways between Meadowlark (Broadley and Kate McGill) as well as two conceptual dancers.
"I wanted to create something a little different for Headlights and I'd never attempted directing a one-take music video before," he says. "I'd had the idea for quite some time and finally felt like it would work for one of our songs."
|Director of Photography||Nicholas Lee Shield|
|Focus Puller||Conor Chalk|
|2nd AC||Louis Hollis|
|Lead actor||Harriet Roberts|
|Lead actor||Meshach Henry|
|Other credits||Steadicam: Andrew Bainbridge Choreographer: Olivia Lockwood|
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