Brown Bear: What Are You Toxin About?

Brown Bear: What Are You Toxin About? is a short starring William Patrick. From algae, to insects to the fish we eat, this short educational film illustrates how pollutants are absorbed and transferred through water and up along the...

Running Time
8 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Animation, Short, Documentary, Family
Director
Emily Paige, Daniel Gies
Writer
Emily Paige, Brent Bawel, Daniel Gies, David Seitz
Actors
William Patrick
Country
Canada
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about animation «Brown Bear: What Are You Toxin About?» (21)

Justin Garza avatar
Justin Garza

From algae, to insects to the fish we eat, this short educational film illustrates how pollutants are absorbed and transferred through water and up along the food chain, through an accumulative process called biomagnification.

Vincent avatar
Vincent

The movie is littered with interesting themes which adds further depth to this already amazing story.

Steven Howard avatar
Steven Howard

The best movie I've seen in a long long time. Beautifully written and executed. Seriously. Amazing.

Janet Moreno avatar
Janet Moreno

It's a great movie I give it 10 out of 10

Ralph avatar
Ralph

The film is perfect! The story is great. The actors did a great job, especially William Patrick.

Jerry J. avatar
Jerry J.

I have to say to make such an impressive trailer and such an interesting film, takes great doing!

Megan A. avatar
Megan A.

I have always loved William Patrick, so it was a joy to see him in that good movie.

Stephanie F. avatar
Stephanie F.

Emily Paige as a director has made a lot of awesome movies in the past... and I mean A LOT! And This one definitely is one of them!

Theresa avatar
Theresa

This movie was delightful, actually. Never been a big William Patrick fan, but he was outstanding here.

Dorothy avatar
Dorothy

If you've got Daniel Gies original masterpiece you'll easily be having butterflies in your stomach and zillions of thoughts going through your head. Thanks for this movie Emily Paige.