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About

The Falcon: A Children's Book is a book for all ages. It is adapted from the animated short The Falcon, a stop-motion film which was composed entirely of parts from disassembled antique and analog cameras.

The story is an extended adaptation that follows Howell the Owl (f/256) and Professor Weston (ISO 50) as they journey throughout the Focal Kingdom in search of dinner. 

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"During the Age of Argus (5096.0 frames/per stop), Professor Weston (ISO 50/18°) and his companion, Howell the Owl (f/256), journey throughout the Focal Kingdom, searching for a decent suppertime meal. Meanwhile, at home on the Nikonian Range, our villain, Silly Patty (-2/+2 EV), whose own inner struggle between over and under exposure sheds light on an even wider Depth of Field, is preoccupied with the pursuit of the Forbidden f/stop..."

Technical details: Full color, 40+ pages,10 x 8" landscape. 

The Falcon was an official selection of the SXSW Film Festival, Ashland Independent Film Festival, the San Francisco Independent Film Festival, and Cinequest 20 Film Festival.

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    A DVD of the Falcon and a piece from the film.

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    A copy of the book (signed & numbered), and a camera piece from the original film (shipping included).

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