85 min, 2019
On a remote volcanic island, ten year old Manu and her mother catch swarms of wild honeybees in order to breed disease resistant colonies. Her father is taking part in a native Hawaiian movement to protect the sacred Mauna Kea mountain from the construction of a massive telescope. Meanwhile, the Kilauea volcano is stirring.
The intricate workings of the honeybee hive offer a prismatic view of a precarious reality for Hawaii and beyond. If honeybees -- one of the most resilient and cooperative species on the planet -- are being pushed to the point of extinction, what kind of future do humans have on earth?