The Life of Trees

 
The Life of Trees

The Life of Trees

Genre: Documentary
Rating: 4 out of 5 1
Reviews: 1
Produced by: Softmachine
Directed by:
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Release date: October 2012
Type: Feature show
Plot keywords: animals biology life life sciences science trees water

This show is an entertaining and educational fulldome experience that tells the fascinating world of trees.

The Life of Trees shows the importance of plants for life on earth, how trees grow, how they transport water against gravity to the top of the crown, and enabled diverse life on earth by producing oxygen.

The story is presented by two quirky animated characters: a ladybug called Dolores and a firefly called Mike.

Co-producers: Ilusamedia, Senator AG, C.A.I. Systeme GmbH. Supported by FFF Bayern.

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3D Delta Vision METASPACE Sciss Sciss Fulldome Film Society ZEISS Reef Distribution

Details and Specs

Long version runtime: 33 min
Short version runtime: 25 min
Suitable for: general audience
Target audience: 0 - 5, 14 - 18, 6 - 13
Resource & materials: guide for educators, poster
License: short-term license, ticket share, traditional license
Official site: www.lifeoftrees.com
Video format: flat screen, fulldome
Resolution: 1K, 2K, 3K, 4K
Frame rate: 30 fps
Audio format: 3d audio, 5.1, mono, stereo
Stereo 3D: panoramic
Production technologies: CG
Available languages: Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
Show orientation: unidirectional

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Screened in 38 dome theatres

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Jenny Shipway
Jenny Shipway
Published on Aug. 29th 2015

4 out of 5
Beautiful beautiful show, check the narration.

This is such a beautifully made show. The scenes flying through the meadow and tree trunk are just gorgeous. The music also is lovely.

We couldn’t show the original version in the UK as the scripting was not culturally appropriate, so Peter let us rescript and record new voice tracks to address this and bring it more in line with the needs of UK schools (ask him and you can use these too!). We have made one that is appropriate for ages 4-7yr, and have scripted another to bring it up to 8-12yr, to be recorded soon.

 
 

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