Two years before Pixar’s 1998 film A Bug’s Life, the French filmmaker Jacques Perrin produced Microcosmos, an documentary that took viewers to the ground level of the insect world. The hour long film, following the magical and captivating journey through a bug’s real life, has become a critical favorite. See the wonderful, miniature world of squirming, crawling, and, sometimes creepy, insects while at the Toledo Museum of Art’s outdoor screening.
9:15-10:30pm | Friday, July 13
The Toledo Museum of Art | 2445 Monroe St
419-255-8000 | toledomuseum.org | Free