Global warming may be only one of many factors that is leading to the decline of bee habitats across the world, but the so-called "pollination crisis" has much to teach us about the ways that human beings are damaging the planet and the solutions we need to live sustainably in the 21st century.

This week begins the US theatrical release of the new award-winning, grass-roots feature documentary, "Queen of The Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us?" a profound, alternative look at the global bee crisis from Taggart Siegel, critically acclaimed director of the grass-roots hit The Real Dirt on Farmer John. The film has been getting great reviews. Box Office Magazine calls Queen of the Sun, "The Feel-Good Advocacy Movie of the Year" and Roger Ebert calls it, "A remarkable documentary that's also one of the most beautiful nature films I've seen."

Take a look at the preview, here:

For those of you in New York or LA, check out a couple screenings coming up soon:

Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? is opening in New York at Cinema Village and the Coliseum Cinemas from June 10th -16th, and in Brooklyn, NYC at the Indie Screen June 24th- 20th.

It is also opening in Los Angeles, CA at the Laemmle Monica 4-plex and Laemmle Fallbrook 7 June 17th-23rd and at the Found Theatre in Long Beach June 17th-19th

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