Sign up for our newsletter


Signed up, but still not getting our newsletter? Click here.


January 19, 2020

Comments | Return to Story

LindaAugust 26, 2015

I went on Tuesday to see the movie "Once I was a Beehive" because there was nothing else decent to watch. I Loved the show. It was so funny and lighthearted. I wish we had more fun and clean movies. Keep up the good work in making good movies.

How To Create A 60s Beehive | InsurancesiteAugust 17, 2015

[…] The Buzz around “Once I Was a Beehive” – They are people who deserve our support as they try to create films that will reflect warmth and … in part to protect Phoebe, a new Beehive, who claims she has 60% of the listed anxieties and dreads camp for the … […]

Rob PAugust 14, 2015

You know in Spanish they actually do call the beehive age group "little bees." It wouldn't be a stretch to change the name in English except due to the ever-present restraints of tradition.

Once I Was a Beehive reviews | Dawning of a Brighter DayAugust 14, 2015

[…] Maurine Proctor, Meridian Magazine. “The title made me think it would be cheesy, perhaps only appropriate for a seventh grader. I thought if there were humor, it would hardly rise to sophomoric. (Beehives, after all, are much younger than that.) I was so wrong. In fact, I am writing this so that if you have a chance to attend the film, which opens August 14, you will go this first weekend, helping this film to have a chance for a little reach. You can see the locations it is playing here, which are currently only in Utah. This is a film that hits just the right notes, beginning with a script that really works. The script is deft and funny, poignant and searching, with characters who are clearly drawn and memorable. The pacing really works. It is written by the director MacLain Nelson, best known for his role as Elder Propst in The Saratov Approach and Lisa Valentine Clark and Haily Smith, who star as unforgettable camp leaders in the film. Admittedly this is a film about going to camp and the petty and funny things that happen there, but somehow it is also very charming.” […]



    Daily news, articles, videos and podcasts sent straight to your inbox.