Historic footage and interviews of the pioneers of the Studio Glass Movement that began in the 1960's in the United States which spread like wildfire to Europe. Powerhouse artists who carved out not only an artistic, but a financial movement, that stepped away from the industrial approach and gave the individual sole control. Using unprecedented techniques with molten glass, they focused on the artistic process of creation. They shaped and transformed the glassblowing from utilitarian to a splendid and highly sought art form.. Started by Ceramics professor Harvey Littleton and chemist Dominick Labino in a garage, these men are accompanied by others who discuss the movement and it's advances Featured are the unique styles of three contemporary artists: Baker O’Brien, Shawn Messenger and Mark Mathews. A must for any glassblower or sculptural artist to see how these simple yet complex techniques can inspire their own work.