Taylor Quick is pointing significantly higher with her executive yearnings: The vocalist, musician and periodic entertainer is adding highlight movie essayist and chief to her resume.

Quick, 32, has composed a unique content that will be delivered via Searchlight Pictures, the studio declared Friday. More insights concerning the film will be declared sometime in the future.

The declaration comes a day after Quick let an in the background video out of the "Really quite Well" set, flaunting her coordinating chops.

"The main seeds of this short film were established a long time back, and I will always remember the in the background snapshots of the shoot,"

 Quick subtitled the video via web-based entertainment. "I cherished each second of it and I will continuously recollect it."

"Very much Well: The Short Film" appeared in November 2021, filling in as a 14-minute music video for Quick's 10-minute rendition of "Quite Well," part of her "Red (Taylor's Variant)" collection.

The short film, which appeared on the web, had a concise dramatic delivery and screened at the 2022 Tribeca and Toronto Worldwide Film Celebrations, making it qualified for the impending Foundation Grants.

The short movie has gathered a few honors, including American Music Grants most loved music video; MTV Europe Music Grants best video;

MTV Video Music Grants best bearing, best longform video and video of the year; and a designation for best music video at the 2023 Grammy Grants.