A co-production by ORF and Power of Earth Productions in association with ORF-Enterprise, bm:ukk and Kultur NÖ
Available for Free screenings ONLY
They are chubbier, fuzzier and more leisurely than their sisters, the bees. They are a lot less aggressive and awe-inspiring than their cousins the wasps. Compared to honey bees, these social insects have long been poorly researched, though they're at home in temperate regions throughout the Northern Hemisphere and South America. A few tropical species form colonies lasting several years, but elsewhere only the summer's new queens survive into next spring. Macro and high-speed cinematography allow us to witness their behavior, understand their biology, experience their unique abilities and leave us in awe of these droll little harbingers of spring.
Jackson Hole WILD
240 S. Glenwood, Suite 112
PO Box 3940
Jackson, WY 83001