Invisible nature - Colonising plants
Sunday 07th October 2012 from 15h30 to 17h00
Salle 1 / Auditorium
- Directed by
- Thierry Berrod
- Written by
- THIERRY BERROD
- Produced by
- Mona Lisa Production
Documentary, France, 2012, 52 min
Their biological particularities have enabled plants to conquer all natural environments of planet earth; from dry desert lands (cactus and acacia), ice cold (algae), marshes (carnivorous plants) to the concrete in the hearts of our cities (tree of heaven) and wastes (elder). To succeed this extraordinary colonization, the lords of green have developed many strategies that could be qualified as “vegetal genius”. Perhaps the foremost of them all, is to have seduced us, the human race. Today we bring plant life into our cities of concrete and asphalt, and some humans have even foreseen the creation of cities entirely made of plants.
Debate with :
- Jean-Michel Bichain, researcher at the Muséum
- Colonising plants is the first episode of a documentary collection : Nature Invisible.
- More information about the whole serie in the press kit. (French)
- More information about the serie and the episodes on the website of France 5 (French).