2016, 78 min., Poland, France
Polish, French, Nepali, Russian with English subtitles, English
From the roofs of Warsaw skyscrapers, through the Notre-Dame Cathedral to Nepal, Bashkiria and Augustów, the filmmakers observe the life of bees and try to answer the question whether it is possible to save them from extinction? These extremely laborious insects are in danger and our future without them looks grim. Using the latest technological inventions, honey hunters follow the latest trends in urban beekeeping and, at the same time, show the immemorial forest bee-keeping traditions and methods.
Born in 1967 in Opole. Scriptwriter and director. Graduate of Radio and Television Department of the University of Silesia, majored in film and television production. Director of photography for a number of documentaries, including environmental films and music videos like “Apocalypse Unlimited” (2006), “Olter” (2005), “Sand is a Predator” (2004) and “With Beak and Claw” (2002). His films won a number of awards.
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