RATED: G | RUNTIME: 40 min. | STUDIO: K2 Studios | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: No
Life happened in the Serengeti on an unprecedented scale. It’s home to most of Africa’s iconic animals, and hosts one of the world’s greatest natural events — the annual wildebeest migration. Nature has orchestrated a perfect symphony in which every species has a very distinct role to play in a larger story — the balance of an entire ecosystem. We’ll see it through the eyes of the youngest members of our animal cast as they imitate their parents, and learn about the mighty roles they’ll play.
Dinosaurs of Antarctica
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 40 min. | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: Yes
DINOSAURS OF ANTARCTICA introduces audiences to the amazing and bizarre prehistoric creatures that inhabited Antarctic forests and swamps hundreds of millions of years ago. DINOSAURS OF ANTARCTICA is an epic chronicle of a prehistoric world now lost to ice, a 250 million year odyssey from the Permian ice age through the warm and lush Age of Dinosaurs – and back again to the frozen desert we know today. The film’s next level CGI takes audiences on the hunt with Cryolophosaurus, the largest known early Jurassic carnivore on Earth. Moving further back in time, Antarctosuchus, a colossal amphibian unique to Antarctica, lurks below the surface of an ancient river. From glaciers to Glacialisaurus, the film brings Antarctica’s dramatic transformation to life with a cast of bizarre, new-to-science dinosaurs and a team of paleoecologists working to reconstruct Antarctica’s hidden-greener-past. Traveling through deep time, the film explores the causes and repercussions of a changing climate, investigating the end of Earth’s last ice age and seeking clues to the future as we face human-triggered warming today.
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 43 min. | STUDIO: The Stephen Low Company | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: Yes
Train Time follows the trek of a modern freight train through the communities it serves, revealing the beauty, vastness and diversity of the American landscape and the evolving role and remarkable heritage of railroading—a profession integral to the fabric of modern civilization. On a stunning and kinetic rail journey across the North American continent, Train Time reveals the hidden inner workings of a modern railroad. Created for giant screens by the director of the celebrated IMAX® Experience Rocky Mountain Express and his team, Train Time is captured on 15/70mm motion picture film, the world’s largest film format.
RATED: PG-13 | RUNTIME: 140 min. | STUDIO: Universal Pictures | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: Yes | Opens October 6
Moonage Daydream illuminates the life and genius of David Bowie, one of the most prolific and influential artists of our time. Told through sublime, kaleidoscopic, never-before-seen footage, performances and music, Brett Morgen’s (The Kid Stays in the Picture, Cobain: Montage of Heck, Jane) feature length experiential cinematic odyssey explores David Bowie’s creative, musical and spiritual journey. The film is guided by David Bowie’s own narration and is the first officially sanctioned film on the artist.
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 44 min. | STUDIO: MacGillivray Freeman | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: Yes | Opens October 7
Narrated by internationally acclaimed actor Liam Neeson, Everest is the story of the world’s tallest mountain and one of the greatest human adventures ever filmed for IMAX® and giant screen theatres. A dramatic, true account of dizzying achievement, Everest follows the expedition of four climbers on their journey to the summit of Everest, just days after the infamous 1996 tragedy in which eight climbers lost their lives in a deadly storm. Featuring the first-ever IMAX images brought back from the mountain’s summit, Everest is also the fascinating story of how this iconic mountain was formed, how high altitude challenges a climber’s mental and physical capabilities and how Sherpa culture and tradition permeates the Everest experience. Above all else, Everest is a story of triumph over adversity and of the true power and resilience of the human spirit. Originally released in 1998 to critical acclaim, Everest shattered all previous giant screen attendance records and became the most successful giant screen film in history. Now digitally remastered in 16k resolution in celebration of the 25th anniversary of this historic expedition.
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
RATED: PG | RUNTIME: 115 min. | STUDIO: Universal Pictures | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: Yes | Coming Soon
E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL is Steven Spielberg’s warm-hearted classic delight for both children and adults. It tells the story of an alien creature, E.T., mistakenly left behind on Earth. When a young boy, Elliott (Henry Thomas), finds E.T. and hides him in his home, both their worlds are changed forever. E.T. teaches Elliott and his two siblings (Drew Barrymore and Robert MacNaughton), whose parents have recently separated, about caring and love while the children protect E.T. from the malevolent world of grown-ups. Elliott and E.T. become so close that they share emotions; as E.T. becomes ill, so does Elliott. The children end up going on a fabulous adventure trying to help E.T. find a way back to his home planet.
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