"The Morning of Everything" is a lyrical short film in which a father envisions the world through the eyes of his three year-old son. As the boy traverses strangely beautiful landscapes in search of his lost owl, the father drifts deep into a fever dream, confusing his identity with the boy’s, the owl’s and his own younger self. "The Morning of Everything" is a meditation on growing up, being young, pushing things too far and pulling them close again. But most of all, it is a story of a father and his son.
Camera: Prototype Silicon Imaging SI-2K Camera Housing "Black Betty"
16mm Lenses: Cooke 9-50, Zeiss T1.4 Speeds.