searched briefly and didn't see this discussed.
I will be going to the screening in Milwaukee tonight. Available in many other cities as well.http://www.queenofthesun.com/
March 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st at 6:30pm at the Times Theater in Milwaukee. $6 per ticket.
5906 W. Vliet Street
Washington Heights, Milwaukee
"Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?" examines the dire global bee crisis through the eyes of biodynamic beekeepers, scientists, farmers, and philosophers. The film unveils 10,000 years of beekeeping, highlighting how our historic and sacred relationship with bees has been lost due to highly mechanized industrial practices. This engaging, alarming and uplifting film uncovers the problems and solutions in renewing a culture in balance with nature.
“Entertaining, gorgeous and relevant…A tour of the physical world and the world of ideas…built with truly lovely cinematography and music, and taking us, once again, on a journey through a wood of confusion toward rays of hope" — The Oregonian
“An irresistible romance about the essential role that honeybees play in maintaining earth’s fragile ecosystem…a cautionary tale with a hopeful outlook.” — The Seattle Times
“As soulful as it is scientific, as uplifting as it is alarming. Exquisite cinematography and awe-inducing visual artistry.” — Film.com
“A creative exploration of the global honeybee crisis replete with remarkable nature cinematography.” — Variety
“Queen of the Sun breathes love and hope into the catastrophic crisis inundating our oldest domesticated animal, the honey bee.” — Santa Fe Waldorf School
“Inspiring, humbling, and thought provoking, this film is a call for a compassionate understanding of these amazing creatures.” —Biodynamic Farmers & Gardeners
“Full of moments that inspire childlike awe of these remarkable insects.” — Alternatives Magazine