2018 • 7x52' & 15x26' • French & English
Director(s): Fred Febvre, Christophe Cousin, Laurent Sardi, David Perrier, Nicos Argilet, Jacques Offre, Xavier Lefebvre, Pascal Vasselin • Producer(s): Grand Angle Productions • Coproducer(s): TV5 Monde, ARTE • Country of production: France • Format(s): HD
Also available in 7x52'
Ever since it appeared nearly 80 million years ago, the bee has occupied a special place in evolution. Untiring worker, essential to the development of vegetables, it is one of the foremost species maintaining our equilibrium on Earth. Mankind is fascinated by its perfect organization and its incredible reproduction process. And the relationship between people and bees throughout the world is equally plural. In a world where the climate is changing and biodiversity is gradually disappearing under the effects of “human activity”, the bee is in danger and so is our relationship with it.
This 15 x 26’ series is equal to this exceptional story and to the last men who are still sharing a close life with the bees for their mutual survival.
Destinations: Indonesia, Russia, Kenya, Turkey, Mexico, Ethiopia, Argentina, Cameroon, Italy, Slovenia, France, Nepal, India, Germany