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The Creeping Garden goes Labocine Live

Labocine is a singular, ever-evolving, hybrid streaming platform that showcases science in cinema in all its flavors, challenging stereotypes in scientific representation and celebrating diversity in form and content.

As a lead up to their 15th anniversary edition, Labocine are paying tribute to some of their favourite films. And we are delighted that they count The Creeping Garden among them.

The film will play from the 19th to the 21st August on Labocine.

The Creeping Garden returns to Copenhagen

The Creeping Garden will be screening as part of this years Copenhagen Architecture Festival alongside a debate between leading practitioners and researchers within bio-based building materials and the green urban development of the future. Why is it necessary for architects to engage in the development of new materials and how it will affect the way… Continue Reading

The Creeping Garden returns to Hot Docs

It is a real pleasure to be currently screening online at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers cinema. We took the film to Hot Docs back in 2015 and so to be invited back to be part of their High Minded strand of films is wonderful. For more info on the screening follow this link. Continue Reading

Slime Inspiration

It is a great thrill to be on THIS LIST of the Films That Influenced Ben Wheatley’s ‘In the Earth’. In the English summer of 2020, during a brief lull in the coronavirus pandemic, Ben Wheatley and crew set off into the woods to film the psychedelic thriller, In the Earth. In the film, Dr. Martin… Continue Reading

The Decline of Butterflies and how to help

Butterflies and moths have been around for millions of years. They used to be a common sight in gardens, but numbers have declined since the 1940s along with our other native wildlife species such as bees and hedgehogs. It will come as no surprise to hear this loss is due to destruction of natural habitats such as wildflower meadows, peatbogs… Continue Reading