Host a Screening in your community and get 25% OFF!
The past 5 years since the onset of Colony Collapse Disorder have continued to result in catastrophic losses and it’s clear that the bees need our help now more than ever. The public needs to understand that the way we eat has a direct impact on bees. We CAN make a better world for bees.
Please consider sharing this message and celebrating the bees this spring by hosting a screening of this important film for your community.
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Small Community Screening (1-50 People)
$125.00 $93.75 with Slow Food Discount
Medium Community Screening (1-100 People)
$200.00 $150.00 with Slow Food Discount
Large Community Screening (1-200 People)
$300.00 $225.00 with Slow Food Discount
Very Large Community Screening (1-200 People)
$375.00 $281.25 with Slow Food Discount
QUEEN OF THE SUN: What Are the Bees Telling Us? is a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis from the director of the entertaining and inspiring documentary The Real Dirt on Farmer John. Taking us on a journey through the catastrophic disappearance of bees and the mysterious world of the beehive, this engaging and ultimately uplifting film weaves an unusual and dramatic story of the heartfelt struggles of biodynamic & organic beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the world and features renowned voices of change such as Carlo Petrini, Michael Pollan, Vandana Shiva and highly-respected biodynamic beekeeper Gunther Hauk. Together, they reveal the problems and the solutions in renewing a culture in balance with nature.
Queen of the Sun is one of 2011’s grass-roots hit documentaries, screening in over 100 theaters across the nation. It received wide-acclaim including the New York Times Critic’s Pick, calling it “REVELATORY!” and 10 International Film Festival Awards. Roger Ebert calls it, “Remarkable! One of the most beautiful nature films I’ve seen.” Spirituality & Practice, Box Office Magazine & the LAist have called it one of the year’s best films, “The feel-good advocacy movie of the year…An inspiring documentary, one of the best films of 2011.”