Queen of the Sun: What are the bees telling us?

This film takes a close look at the global bee crisis. Director Taggart Siegel juxtaposes the disastrous disappearance of bees with the mysterious world of the beehive. An unusual and dramatic story about the struggles of beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the world. Together, they present both problems and solutions in the field of cultural renewal in accordance with nature. A plea for biodynamic beekeeping for everybody.

Director: Taggart Siegel

Taggart Siegel has been directing award-winning documentaries and dramas for 25 years that reflect cultural diversity with absorbing style. From spiritual elders struggling to preserve traditions in alien environments to marginalized youth surviving hostile streets, the subjects of his films present vital perspectives rarely seen in mainstream media. The Real Dirt on Farmer John won 31 International Film Festivals awards and is currently being released theatrically around the world. Siegel's films bring compelling voices and visions to a global audience. Siegel is the co-founder of Collective Eye, Inc., a non-profit media organization based in San Francisco and Portland, Oregon.

2010
83 Min.
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Director: Taggart Siegel
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Music: Jami Sieber
Editor: Jon Betz