The Private Life of Plants is a documentary film series that might be of interest to you. I haven't watched all six films (almost an hour long each), but watched parts of several and found the photograpy (cinematography?) stunning. The series are hosted by an English gentleman, and seem to be filmed primarily in Britain, although I didn't watch it long enough to really know that for a fact. I'm also unsure of the series' evolution/creationism stand.
Here is a short description of the film series from the producers:
The [Private Life of Plants] series utilizes time-lapse sequences extensively in order to grant insights that would otherwise be almost impossible. Plants live on a different time scale, and even though their life is highly complex and often surprising, most of it is invisible to humans unless events that happen over months or even years are shown within seconds.Like many traditional wildlife documentaries, it makes use of almost no computer animation.
How to Get This Freebie: Click here to Watch The Private Life of Plants.
There are many other free films at Top Documentary Films. View them by subject matter here, but do not let your students loose on the site, as you'll probably want to look through it first to be sure the material is not offensive.
Thank you, Amanda, for sharing this freebie with us!
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