Take a thought provoking journey

into the evolution of life on Earth. 


  EVO WINS PARENTS’ CHOICE AWARD and gets another rave review (that means it’s safe to teach your kids evolution with EVO)

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EVO WINS CINE Golden Eagle Award!  Read our press release.

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News Flash: EVO gets rave four star review:

“…easily one of the best documentaries on the thorny subject of evolution. Highly Recommended.”

Editor’s Choice, Video Librarian. See entire review.

EVO is a unique DVD designed for anyone interested in learning how the web of life came to be. It’s essential viewing for the budding environmentalist in all of us.

Filmmaker and environmentalist John Feldman’s EVO: Ten Questions Everyone Should Ask about Evolution interweaves stunning cinematography of the natural world, witty animations, and the music of composer Sheila Silver with brilliant interviews gathered on the Galápagos Islands during the World Summit on Evolution. This personal and unabashedly educational film retains a wonderful sense of humor while exploring some of the most revolutionary ideas of the past 150 years.

Praise for EVO

“EVO is very good indeed from every aspect, and just as important, a terrific teaching tool which ought to be available in every science classroom in the U.S. - Peter Matthiessen, author of The Snow Leopard and At Play in the Fields of the Lord

“Beautifully done…the content is crisp and clear and well orchestrated.” - Daniel C. Dennett, author of Darwin’s Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meaning of Life

“Through creative use of music, superb photography, and incisive interviews with scholars who are both prominent in their fields and excellent teachers, EVO: 10 Questions… grapples with and answers ten important questions that lay out the basics of evolutionary biology and why it is important for students to understand it.”– Eugenie C. Scott, Ph.D., Executive Director, National Center for Science Education

“Widespread viewings and discussions of this film would contribute much to the public understanding of evolution and the nature and history of the natural world.”– Gerald Skoog, Co-Director, Center for the Integration of Science and Education Research, Texas Tech University

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