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The Creeping Garden 2014 123movies

The Creeping Garden 2014 123movies

Jul. 27, 201481 Min.
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Watch: The Creeping Garden 2014 123movies, Full Movie Online – The Creeping Garden is a feature length documentary exploring the work of fringe scientists, mycologists and artists, and their relationship with the extraordinary plasmodial slime mould..
Plot: The Creeping Garden is an independently-produced feature-length documentary, directed by Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp and with an original soundtrack by Jim O’Rourke, depicting the world of myxomycetes, or plasmodial slime moulds, and the diverse array of research currently being conducted around them. The film boasts stunning original macroscopic time-lapse footage of these overlooked organisms, filmed within its natural habitat and in a controlled laboratory setting, and features interviews with artists, researchers and scientists involved in the fields of the visual arts, music, mycology, computing and robotics to explore ideas of biological-inspired design, emergence theory, unconventional computing and scientific modelling.
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N/A Votes: 13 Popularity: 1.354 | TMDB


One of a Kind
“The Creeping Garden” is a feature length documentary exploring the work of fringe scientists, mycologists and artists, and their relationship with the extraordinary plasmodial slime mold.

This is not a documentary for everyone. Granted, documentaries themselves are an acquired taste, but this is not the sort that has a lot of action, preaches social justice, or focuses on a forgotten piece of history. Even if we classify it as a nature documentary, it may not appeal to the same people who enjoy lions hunting giraffes.

That disclaimer aside, hopefully you are not scared off, because this is a one of a kind film about a topic you probably never considered before. This is where nature meets science, which meets art, and even psychology and a little bit of history. Who knew that one of the most beautiful things on earth is mold?

Special mention has to be made of the soundtrack / film score from Jim O’Rourke, which Arrow Video has so kindly included with their release. I actually listened to the score before watching the movie, and it really sets the tone. You feel like you are slowly entering an alien landscape that is both friendly, but somehow terrifying… foreign, and still welcoming. It is a score like no other. I wish more films were released with their soundtracks. Grindhouse Releasing is very good about this (thank you, Bob Murawski) so maybe Arrow is following their lead?

If the soundtrack alone was not reason enough to pick up the Arrow release, the copious amount of bonus features should be. We have audio commentary by directors Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp, essentially doubling the information. There is “Biocomputer Music”, a short film by Grabham on the first biocomputer music system, allowing a two-way musical dialogue between man and slime mold. “Return to the Fungarium”, a featurette revealing further treasures of the fungarium at Kew Gardens. “Feeding Habits of Physarum”, a featurette on the feeding preferences and dislikes of slime molds. If that is still not enough, there are still three cinema iloobia short films: “Milk” (2009), “Rotten” (2012) and “Paramusical Ensemble” (2015).

Review By: gavin6942
Some neat imagery and stuff, but not very revealing.
This seemed like a promising documentary, as the images I saw in the TV-spot were pretty cool and it looked to be a pretty scientific thing, also.

Unfortunately, the scientific side of things was not all that impressive. The imagery was beautiful though, and the enthusiasm of some the amateurs (‘those who do this work out of love for the subject’, as is explained once more in the film) was fun to observe.

The experiment with simulating maps of the world with the slime moulds looked promising, but seemed rather simple and logical in the end with not much news to report. Enabling a slime mould to make music was interesting, but only for a little bit.

One remark in the film underlined my relative disappointment here, and sounded somewhat like the following: “We don’t know what slime moulds may have to offer, but we’ll keep at it.” My comment on that: I’ve seen some pretty neat stuff here, but that was really all! Good luck, guys.

5 out of 10.

Review By: punishmentpark

Other Information:

Original Title The Creeping Garden
Release Date 2014-07-27
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 21 min (81 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Documentary
Director Tim Grabham, Jasper Sharp
Writer N/A
Actors Mark Pagnell, Heather Barnett, Bryn Dentinger
Country United Kingdom
Awards 2 wins & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

The Creeping Garden 2014 123movies
Original title The Creeping Garden
TMDb Rating 5.308 13 votes




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