The Botany of DesireTHE BOTANY OF DESIRE brings Michael Pollan's best-selling book to PBS, showing how human desires are an essential, intricate part of natural history.
The program explores the natural history of four plants – the apple, the tulip, marijuana, and the potato – and the corresponding human desires– sweetness, beauty, intoxication and controlling nature – that link their destinies to our own.
This two-hour documentary begins in Michael Pollan’s garden, and roams the world, from the potato fields of Idaho and Peru to the apple orchards of New England, from a medical marijuana hot house to the tulip markets of Amsterdam.
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Funding for The Botany of Desire was provided by the National Science Foundation, PBS, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Columbia Foundation.
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NewsThe Botany of Desire Wins a 2011 CINE Golden Eagle Award
December 16, 2011 -- Kikim Media's documentary based on Michael Pollan's best-selling book won a prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award. We are honored to have been recognized in the Environment and Natural Science category of the Professional Non-Fiction Division. You can learn more about the Golden Eagle Awards at CINE's website.