All fragments are extracted from an educational Dutch film : Bloeiende bloemen en plantenbewegingen (1932) Director: J.C. Mol | Production Country: Netherlands | Year: 1932 | Production Company: Multifilm (Haarlem) | Film from the collection of EYE (Amsterdam)
Accelerated frame-by-frame shots (time-lapse, or “Zeitraffer”) of budding flowers and moving plants and mushrooms. This is part of the episodic film “WONDERS OF NATURE”, which is also shown in separate parts.
website of Eye Filmmuseum (Amsterdam) : also, link to catalog
see also the youtube channel of the museum @eyefilmNL : https://www.youtube.com/@eyefilmNL
Here is the link to the whole movie : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuN08inNVgE&t=1365s
In case you are interested, here we add the links to related films:
Uit het rijk der kristallen [From the realm of crystals (J.C. Mol; 1927)] : in website, on their youtube channel (the advantage of the youtube version is that it is divided in chapters by chemical product. There are different versions of Uit het rijk der kristallen: the original silent film was given a soundtrack in the 1930s and is longer.
Uit het rijk der kristallen is one of the scientific films made by Mol. Several versions of this film exist. In the film, the crystallization processes of various chemicals are shown and there is a colour version of the film which was made using Dufay colour.
Take a glimpse, here is a clip:
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