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Fungi: The Web of Life

Fungi: The Web of Life

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More-Than-Human: Cinematic Landscapes of Otherness in Nature


Please note: This was screened in June 2024

Gisela Kaufmann, Joseph Nizeti, Mike Slee
41 mins, 2023, Australia
Primary language

Season curator Dr Adam Laity says:

“A spectacular display of macro timelapse photography, accompanied by the dulcet tones of narrator Björk, is a treat for the senses and a fantastic journey for the whole family in this beautiful film examining the remarkable and vital world of fungi.”

Join Björk and acclaimed biologist Dr Merlin Sheldrake on an adventure into the mysterious world of fungi that connects all life on Earth.

When we think of fungi, we probably think of mushrooms. But mushrooms are only fruiting bodies (like apples on a tree). Most fungi live out of sight yet make up a huge group of organisms that support and sustain the living world.

Fungi has shaped life on Earth for over a billion years – life as we know it simply would not exist without them. Let’s learn more about fabulous fungi together!

Part of More-Than-Human: Cinematic Landscapes of Otherness in Nature.

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