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IWFF Double Feature

Summer of the Bees + The Year Earth Changed

Summer of the Bees: On a particularly hot summer, Eedi, suffering from eco-anxiety, decides to quit their studies and start beekeeping. Eedi gets reluctant help from their mother Anne who, rather than fearing for the future, is scared of every single little bee. Soon enough they notice that saving the bees is not an easy job. Directed by Ida-Maria Olva. Producers: Nora Kuusisto, Anniina Leppanen. Sponsored by Missoula Bone and Joint.

The Year Earth Changed: Across the planet nature responded to the unwitting experiment of a global lockdown. From hearing birdsong in deserted cities to breathing cleaner air, we’ve had a chance to engage with nature like never before. As humans hit pause on their busy lives - staying safe home and treading more lightly on the planet – Mother Nature responded like never before.  Recovering. Exploring. Thriving. Across the world, scientists are learning that small changes in human behaviour can have far reaching positive effects for wildlife. Directed by Tom Beard. Produced by Alexandra Griffiths and BBC Natural History Unit.

Please note: the 4/24 Garden screening of this double feature will take place, rain or shine. If there is inclement weather, the screening will be moved inside to the Roxy Annex.
Duration: 70 min

IWFF Double Feature

Summer of the Bees + The Year Earth Changed

Summer of the Bees + The Year Earth Changed