2016 | USA | Documentary,Experimental,Short

Arabidopsis thaliana

  • English 4 mins
  • Director | Toma Peiu, Nicholas DelRose
  • Writer | Toma Peiu, Nicholas DelRose

Arabidopsis thaliana juxtaposes the implications of injury, development and regeneration for plants, humans and cities, with a nod to one of the most popular plant model organisms in biology and genetics.

Narrated by Selima Smith-Dell

Cinematography by Toma Peiu & Luiza Pârvu

Microscope imagery & graphics by Nicholas DelRose

Editing & sound design by Luiza Pârvu

Location sound by Toma Peiu

Produced by Nicholas DelRose, Toma Peiu, Luiza Pârvu

Research of Dr. Kenneth Birnbaum’s Lab

Shot on location in New York, October 2016
Shot on Panasonic GH4, iPhone 6, 16 mm Kodak Vision 3 film

Made as part of the Imagine Science Symbiosis Film Competition 2016

Plant Arabidopsis Regeneration New York Environment Root Shoot Development Developmental Evolution Stem Cells Embryonic Pattern Tissue Seed Organ Injury Structure Initiation Identity State genetics