A Tree is a living thing

Canada, 1964

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For all children, but especially for those studying natural science in elementary grades, this film shows an aspect of life they will understand and enjoy. A motion picture camera linked to a high-powered microscope shows the miracle of the leaf as it turns sunlight into chlorophyll. The film also shows how a tree feeds, breathes, and grows.

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Credits

producer

Rene Jodoin

production company

ONF | NFB

director

Vincent Vaitiekunas

Duration

00:07:55:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1964

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