Kodaline 'Head Held High' by James Fitzgerald
Hot on the heels of his video for Shed A Tear, James Fitzgerald's latest video for Kodaline is quite different - a comic drama. He tells a story in which, not for the first time in a Kodaline video, a true underdog is about to have their day.
That happens to be a school dinner lady, with a rebellious streak and anger management issues. She may be depressed, with unfulfilled dreams of stardom, but when her school puts on the same musical she performed in as a child, she realises this is the chance to make dreams come true... Well, sorta.
|1st AD||Jim Corr|
|Director of Photography||Joey Ingersoll|
|2nd AC||Carmen Kovacs|
|Art Director||Margot Cullen|
|Other credits||Sound: Dean Murray DIT: Olaya Chesneau Gaffer: Trevor Murphy|
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