Mallory Knox 'Shout At The Moon' by Daniel Broadley
Daniel Broadley has recreated the moon in all its glory for Mallory Knox's Shout At The Moon. With the band performing in front of the version of Earth's satellite created by Daniel and his crew in the studio, the emotions of the track are conveyed through the feisty female character, played by Samantha Schnitzler.
"Creating a light source as noble as the moon has always been a dream of mine. I often play with the backlighting of the sun and I love the way it can engulf a subject, spilling around their silhouettes. To do this with the moon you need to create it artificially and that's just what we did.
The effect we created was fantastic, we were able to create a light source that mimicked the moon, but with the intensity of the sun.
"To accompany this I wanted to create a short sequence that combined movement and metaphorical narrative. In these scenes we see a female character trying to break free from her claustrophobic state whilst creating as much movement as possible in an attempt to cry for help.
"My crew were fantastic on this shoot and I couldn't have brought this idea to life without each and everyone one of them. A big thanks to you all."
|Production Company||Kode Media|
|Executive Producer||Nathan Killham|
|1st AD||Niall Coffey|
|Director of Photography||Charlie Herranz|
|Focus Puller||Lukas Demgenski|
|2nd AC||George Telling|
|Wardrobe||Marina De Buchi|
|Lead actor||Samantha Schnitzler|
|Other credits||Grip - Aubery Pascoe|
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