Consider the Ant

Abandon all hope ye who enter here? A personal search for ethics in the post-modern wilds of an overpopulated planet - where Catholic guilt, environmental destruction, and the fascinating lives of ants collide. Featuring Paul Ehrlich, the world's leading expert on overpopulation, this kaleidoscopic journey of science and spirituality asks us, as individuals and as a species, "who are we?" and "who do we want to be?"

NEWS/MEDIA

  • Indiewire: Raw Science Awards Winners – March 4, 2015

  • Wild Lens: Eyes on Conservation Podcast – April 29, 2015

  • Life on Terra: Field Notes – July 2015

  • Labocine: Science and Poetry in the Everyday – August 6, 2017​

AWARDS, FESTIVALS, SCREENINGS

  • Enersen Foundation Production Grant, 2014

  • Carole Fielding Grant Finalist, 2014

  • Raw Science Film Festival, 2014 (Runner-up, Best Student Film > 10 Minute Documentary)

  • Black Maria Film Festival Tour, 2015 (Jury’s Citation, 2nd Prize)

  • Thin Line Film Festival, 2015

  • International Wildlife Film Festival, 2015 (Nominee, Best Student Film)

  • Life on Terra, 2015

  • Napa Valley Film Festival, 2015

  • Element Film Festival, 2015

  • Columbus International Film + Video Festival, 2015

  • American Documentary Film Festival, 2016

  • Palm Springs Unified School District Education Outreach Program, 2016