Between The Dog And The Wolf

There is a cinematic technique of shooting day for night when night filming is unpredictable. A blue filter is put over underexposed footage. Cameras don`t work as well as eyes. As cones and rods swap places the clarity of daylight stops, you could mistake an obedient dog for a chaotic wolf. It`s when we fall into sleep and our brains re-set. Nightworkers trade light for wages, moths seek out sweet-smelling plants and bats bounce sound to understand the world. A total absence of light, like sound is rare and almost unimaginable. This is a collection of works and observations, influences and ideas. More a series of notes than a finished work.

Duration: 41`21` (Variable)
Multi-Channel, Colour.
Aspect Ratio: Variable
Sound: Stereo