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EVO: Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask about Evolution takes a thought provoking journey with some of the world's most engaging and celebrated scientists and philosophers into the evolution of life on Earth. The film poses ten fundamental questions about biological evolution. The answers to these questions become filmmaker and environmentalist John Feldman's study of evolution and the web of life.
EVO interweaves stunning cinematography of the natural world, witty animations, and the music of composer Sheila Silver with brilliant interviews gathered on the Galápagos Islands at the World Summit on Evolution. The passion, intelligence and clarity that scientists like Niles Eldredge, Lynn Margulis, Douglas Futuyma, Rosemary and Peter Grant, Richard Michod, Laura Katz, and Daniel Dennett bring to the subject of evolution is both inspiring and edifying. EVO challenges us to consider scientific and philosophical ideas and relate them to immediate experiences in our own back yards. This unabashedly educational film retains a wonderful sense of humor while exploring some of the most revolutionary and influential ideas of the past 150 years.
Evolution is one of those subjects that some people are uneasy with; some think they already know all about; and some can't get enough of -- this DVD satisfies all three types without being stuffy or pedantic.
EVO makes a great gift for budding environmentalists of all ages.
The talks given are great, but the music luls you to sleep. If you are purchasing this for a classroom don't even think about it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by O. Long
I wrote about this in the teacher guide review, which I purchased to go along with video. Both should be purchased together.Published on February 17, 2013 by Carol Fanning
EVO:Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask About Evolution is an outstanding presentation on evolution, the where and how the universe began and evolved. Read morePublished on December 13, 2011 by S.A. Taubenblatt