Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 39 min. | STUDIO: K2 Studios | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: Yes
A civilization that rose to become the envy of the world, only to disappear … a mystery waiting to be unlocked by modern archaeologists, scientists and explorers.
Following an epic spree of religious building whose scale and ambition rivals the pyramids of Egypt, Angkor is the scene of one of the greatest vanishing acts of all time. The Khmer kingdom lasted from the 9th to the 15th centuries and at its height dominated a large swathe of South-East Asia from Myanmar to the west to Vietnam in the East. As many as one million people lived in Angkor, the capital, which sprawled across an area the size of New York’s five boroughs, making it the most extensive urban complex of the pre-industrial world. By the late 16th Century, the once resplendent capital of the empire, with its thousands of elaborate temples and religious monuments, was being overrun by the surrounding jungles.
Animal Kingdom: A Tale of Six Families
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 39 min. | STUDIO: K2 | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: No
Animal Kingdom is a stunning exploration into just what makes our natural world so spectacular. An educational journey from A-Z, the film introduces audiences to animals from all over the world; and explores the ways in which we can help to protect them. Across frozen snowy forests, under scorching African Sun, and into the darkest depths of the ocean, the film will break down why animals are the way they are and answer the simple but important questions that form the basis of our knowledge about the animal world.
Dinosaurs of Antarctica
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 45 min. | STUDIO: Giant Screen Films | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: Yes | Now Playing
Join scientists on a quest to unearth a prehistoric world now lost to ice on the southernmost continent of Antarctica. Discover a colossal amphibian that lurks below the surface of an ancient river, learn about the largest-known early Jurassic carnivore and come face-to-face with other fearsome dinosaurs and fascinating creatures that inhabited a lush landscape—one that looks nothing like the frozen desert we know today. Travel through time to investigate the end of Earth’s last ice age. Explore the causes and repercussions of a changing climate and seek clues to our own future on this planet.
Wings Over Water
RATED: G | RUNTIME: 45 min. | STUDIO: SK Films | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: No | CC: Yes
As the glaciers retreated at the end of the last ice age, they left an astounding gift of connected rivers, lakes and wetlands across the heartland of North America. Today, these largely unknown water highways remain an oasis for sustaining wildlife. From the herds of bison that still roam the Great Plains to the vital honeybees that pollinate our crops and especially for the millions of magnificent birds that migrate along these “flyways.”
Wings Over Water tells the story of the epic journeys of three amazing bird families – the Sandhill Crane, the Yellow Warbler and the Mallard Duck – with extraordinary footage of their fascinating behaviors.
Rated: PG | Runtime: 2 hr 30 min | Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures | Reserved Seating: Yes | CC: Yes | September 22 – 24, 28 – 1, October 5
Armed with only one word—Tenet—and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the Protagonist journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time.
Bones of Crows
RATED: 14A | RUNTIME: 129 mins. | STUDIO: Elevation Pictures | CC: No | September 29
Removed from their family home and forced into Canada’s residential school system, Cree musical prodigy Aline and her siblings are plunged into a struggle for survival. Bones of Crows is Aline’s journey from child to matriarch, a moving multi-generational epic of resilience, survival and the pursuit of justice.
Content Advisory: Bones of Crows contains scenes that may distress some viewers, especially those who have experienced harm, abuse, violence, and/or intergenerational trauma due to colonial practices.
Tsow-tun Le Lum will be present and available on-site during the screening to offer support and care for anyone in need of support. Smudging will also be available following the panel discussion.
Further support is available 24 hours a day for anyone affected by their experience at residential schools and for those who may be triggered by content dealing with residential schools, child abuse, emotional trauma, and racism. The National Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line is available at 1-866-925-4419.
- Following the film there will be a panel discussion featuring actress Summer Testawich, who plays young Aline
- The film starts at 5:30 PM, with discussion following until 8:15PM
- Admission is free but seating is limited so please register for tickets
- Official film website.
Fungi: The Web of Life
Rated: G | Runtime: 41 min | Studio: K2 Studios | Reserved Seating: No | CC: Yes | Opens October 20, 2023
Much of life on Earth is connected by a vast, hidden network that we are only just beginning to understand. Out of sight, between the world of plants and animals, another world exists — the kingdom of fungi. From the ancient Tasmanian Tarkine Rainforest to the mystical wilds of China’s Yunnan Province, come search for solutions to some of our planet’s biggest challenges.
RATED: 14A | RUNTIME: 180 mins. | STUDIO: Universal Pictures | RESERVED SEATING Y/N: Yes | CC: Yes | Coming Soon
Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, Oppenheimer is an IMAX®-shot epic thriller that thrusts audiences into the pulse-pounding paradox of the enigmatic man who must risk destroying the world in order to save it. The film stars Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer and Emily Blunt as his wife, biologist and botanist Katherine “Kitty” Oppenheimer. Oscar® winner Matt Damon portrays General Leslie Groves Jr., director of the Manhattan Project, and Robert Downey, Jr. plays Lewis Strauss, a founding commissioner of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
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