Kodaline 'Shed A Tear' by James Fitzgerald
James Fitzgerald delivers a performance video Kodaline which explores the internal struggle experienced by everyone.
While Fitzgerald keeps it simple for the Shed A Tear video, it is heartfelt, compelling, well executed and a highly effective performance piece.
"The video expresses both the internal and external struggle of people. It's an abstract interpretation heavily centred around mental health and being human."
|Production Manager||Dawn Mac Allister|
|1st AD||Craig Kenny|
|Director of Photography||Narayan Van Maele|
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