|Cast: ||Asst. Cinematographer: Lenny Gomez -
Art Crew: Prisilla Siregar, Amy Yamashiro, Matthew Cervoni, Kate Keisel -
Production Assts: Schoneck Shoaf, Mark Pitre, Michael Caballero, Cristina Margalef -
Soda Can Tank Sculptor: Roy Greenwood -
Vocalist: Heather Mae Foard|
As a lone dandelion blossoms in an abandoned parking lot, it divides the lives of several miniature people in this experimental narrative short film shot that examines the role of religion, capitalism, environmentalism, and fascism in macro perspective.
William D. Caballero is a project-driven multi-faceted digital artist, director, producer, cinematographer, editor, animator, composer and violinist. A recipient of the prestigious Bill Gates Millennium Scholarship, Caballero was born in Coney Island, New York City, raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and returned to New York City for college, graduating with honors from Pratt Institute (BFA, Digital Arts) and NYU (MA, The Arts and Humanities in Education).