Garden Insects DVD
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'Garden Insects' * Premiered nationally on PBS July 8th, 2007 * Selected to be part of "The Mosaic of Life," a biodiversity exhibition that will open at the Kentucky State Fair and tour throughout the Jefferson County School District * Selected to be screened at Berheim Forrest's annual Bug Fest * Featured on the cover of KET's Visions magazine and in the Louisville Courier Journal * Winner at the EarthVision International Film Festival, Santa Cruz, CA
What's all the buzz? With the popularity of organic gardening, 'green living', and growing concerns about environmental crisis and climate change, this film is right on time. Chris Korrow's 'Garden Insects' combines fascinating facts about insects with brilliant music and close-up photography. The film's message: We are not as separate from nature as we might think.
Having taught gardening classes for over 14 years, Korrow reveals that he was inspired to make this film when he realized how little the majority of gardeners know about the subject of insects, and that many have a strong desire to understand it better.
The film profiles insects in 12 categories: ants, aphids, bees & wasps, true bugs, spiders, preying mantis, beetles, moths & butterflies, flies, and grasshoppers offering practical information about insect life cycles set amidst an artistic back drop of colorful flora and fauna of the garden.
The documentary was filmed almost entirely on Korrow's farm!
Praise for "Garden Insects"!
"It's wonderful! I was totally mesmerized by these amazing little creatures. If you knew me at all, you'd be shocked at my loving a bug film! - Kathy Dobkin, Channel 13, New York.
"Fantastic video! My girlfriend & I enjoyed it greatly. The shots are absolutely astonishing."
"Children are fascinated by 'Garden Insects.'" -Judith Egerton, columnist, Louisville Courier-Journal