Grasshoppers and Ants

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The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

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Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.

Grasshoppers and Ants

The story of La Fontaine tells that the grasshopper spent the summer singing and dancing while the ant was working to do her house and to gather food. When the cold winter came the grasshopper asked the ant for help because she had neither cover nor food. New Atlantis pulls this legend down to explain how these small beings really are. Under the direction of Álvaro Mendoza, winner of a prize at the New York Festival for his documentary "Mantis", we catch scenes never seen before of the nature in miniature thanks to the development of a few specific lenses that allow us to observe on the screen the small universe.