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Louisville International Festival of Film
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About this project
Chris Korrow takes us on a journey into the fascinating phenomenon of Frost Flowers. These spectacular icy “blooms” occur for just a few short days a year, with magnificent displays only occurring every six years or so. We often overlook the artistry that takes place in nature, and this film encourages us to take a closer look at our surroundings with fresh eyes. Thousands of photos along with time-lapse photography and an original score help to illustrate the fact the we are not the only ones who posses the ability of artistic expression. Sometimes it occurs in the most basic of forms, and the more we can recognize this, the more our lives take on that artistic expression. View the trailer below!
About the filmmaker
Many of you know Chris for his documentary Garden Insects, award-winning, and seen by an estimated 2.5 million viewers. Chris recently received a book contract for his full-color children’s book, The Organic Bug Book, due out in 2013 (SteinerBooks, Bell Pond, New York).
“As a naturalist and farmer, Chris Korrow wants to insure all of us to take a closer look at our surroundings. ‘Nature’ should think about hiring this guy.” —Craig Cornwell, Director of Programming, KET, The Kentucky Network (PBS)
“Not only is his [Korrow’s] work informative and educational, it is also a work of art. As we decimate our planet by continual use of pesticides and insecticides, perhaps Chris Korrow’s art can slow and even help to reverse our insanity. “ —a Garden Insects viewer
Why purchase this film?
Frost Flowers is an educational environmental film. While many environmental films focus on what is going wrong with the planet, or highlight the spectacular or the extreme, Korrow shows us how, by looking at nature with new eyes, we will inherently change our relationship with the natural world. Chris Korrow invites us to develop wonder, awe and appreciation for what goes largely unnoticed in the natural world around us. By cultivating this outlook in our daily lives, we not only develop a new respect for nature, which translates into a deep form of environmentalism, but we also develop a soul maturity that is reflected in how we treat others, how we do business, and in our social interactions. More than just an environmental film, this film asks us to transform our relationship with nature, as a first step in self-development, thus transforming who we are as individuals and a society.