Catalogue Number: BIO000
Producer: Biofilm Productions
Producers: Penner, Joel
Directors: Penner, Joel
Producing Agencies: BioFilm Productions
Subject: Documentary, Science, Social Sciences
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2022
Running Time: 22:24
A visual exploration of decay begs questions about our relationships with other species.
Wrought begins with that universal moment of disappointment: despite all best efforts, our food has gone bad. But instead of turning away in disgust, Wrought zooms in with curiosity through timelapse photography.
Wrought explores how we construct categories for the world. It examines the categories of spoil, ferment, compost and rot, coaxing audiences to decompose the binary of human and non-human. We are forged from the relationships that transgress such binaries; we are all, indeed, wrought.
Interactions in the Environment: Understanding Life Systems...291 Film Company 291116
In this short new film, students will observe existing ecosystems and investigate factors that may...
Yoghurt: As Pure as Snow?Antipode A173-023
Plain or with fruit, Greek, light or full fat, yoghurt is on the up… and yet there was a time...
After Life: The Strange Science of DecayBBC BBC048
Imagine an average family kitchen. The fridge and cupboards are well stocked. There are flowers on...
Composting For Busy PeopleVideo Project, Inc. TVP015
Learn from real people about how to compost. They'll show you in their own backyards everything...