Six-year-old Oliver and his friends join a beekeeper to talk about a year in the life of the honeybees. We follow the amazing world of bees way up close, from the bright, flowering outdoors to the highly organised, secret life inside the dark hive. The queen bee leaves the colony only once in her lifetime, and that is to mate. She is then able to lay one egg after the other for the rest of her days. We see the larvae and the nursing bees, along with the cleaning, building, gathering and dancing bees, plus the male drones. Bees feed on flowers' sweet nectar and pollen and they are always looking for fresh flowers. As they gather the nectar and pollen, they also pollinate the flowers so they can grow seeds and fruits. Bees have to visit a thousand flowers before they can bring just one drop of food home to the colony. It's been that way for millions and millions of years.
Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival
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