Basic Bee Movie, from Jane King at Pale Blue Dot. It's designed to be projected in a gallery space at high volume as an element of the Lost & Found multimedia installation. https://palebluedot1.wordpress.com/2015/07/08/lost-found-in-brighton/ It was shot on a Canon EOS 5D fixed to a tripod.
Comparing approximately 1 metre sq. of lavender in an English garden with approximately 4 hectares (10 acres) of crops in a nearby field, the film records the level of biodiversity at each site to raise awareness of the sharp decline in species, particularly pollinators, in British agricultural ecosystems. (There are a couple of UFOs in the field) This is a response to the impacts of industrial agriculture on the British countryside and to research by Prof Dave Goulson at the University of Sussex, on a class of insecticides called neonicotinoids.
The film references the work of Rachel Carson, American conservationist 1907-1964, and her book The Silent Spring, a warning of the dangers of the agro-chemical DDT, now banned for use on crops. See also Dave Goulson's blog post - 'Does anyone remember Rachel Carson' http://www.sussex.ac.uk/lifesci/goulsonlab/blog. Neonicotinoids are over 6000 times more toxic than DDT.