IMAX

IMAX

Filmography

Here are the films available for group rentals

Arabia (2010)

Arabia (2010)

Ages 6 and up | Presented on the IMAX Screen

Travel back in time to the Islamic Golden Age, an era when Arabian science and scholarship flourished; ride the dunes with a camel caravan, and dive into the treasure-laden Red Sea.

Learn more about this misunderstood region and its people.

Born to be Wild 3D (2011)

Born to be Wild 3D (2011)

Experience it in IMAX 3D!
Ages 4 and up | Presented on the IMAX Screen

Born to be Wild 3D is a heart-warming tale following vulnerable and lovable baby orangutans and elephants that have lost their families. These helpless young orphans must now rely on the kindness and dedication of extraordinary individuals who lead them on an amazing journey from rescue and rehabilitation to their triumphant release into the wild.

Narrated by Morgan Freeman.

Coral Reef Adventure (2003)

Coral Reef Adventure (2003)

Ages 4 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Travel through the largest and most beautiful coral reefs on the planet. Scientists guide you to the islands and sun-drenched waters of the South Pacific, including Australia, Fiji, Tahiti and the mysterious depths of Rangiroa Atoll, as they document the health and beauty of coral reefs. On the giant screen, you’ll feel like you’re diving and exploring right alongside them!

Narrated by Liam Neeson

Dolphins (2000)

Dolphins (2000)

Ages 4 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

From the dazzling coral reefs of the Bahamas to the wind-swept seas of Patagonia, Dolphins takes viewers for a romp with inquisitive Atlantic spotted dolphins, acrobatic dusky dolphins, and the familiar bottlenose dolphin of Flipper fame. Audiences will feel like they are swimming alongside these playful creatures when they view Dolphins on the IMAX Dome.

The film also explores the dolphin-human bond and the mystery of inter-species communication. Narrated by Pierce Brosnan and featuring music by Sting.

Extreme (1999)

Extreme (1999)

Ages 6 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Who is stronger – Mother Nature or humankind? Journey to awe-inspiring locations as athletes ski and snowboard down perilous peaks; ascend red-rock spires and frozen waterfalls; surf upon mountains of water and through gale-force winds. Accompanied by powerful music and heartfelt narration by the athletes themselves, Extreme on the IMAX Screen will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Grand Canyon: River at Risk (2008)

Grand Canyon: River at Risk (2008)

Ages 6 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Take an exhilarating river-rafting trip down the Colorado, alongside two renowned environmentalists: eminent river advocate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and celebrated Canadian author/anthropologist/explorer Wade Davis. As you journey through breathtaking landscapes, the film exposes our planet’s drastic need for water conservation and awareness.

A MacGillivray Freeman film narrated by Robert Redford, featuring songs and music by Dave Matthews Band. The film is presented by Teva and proudly supported by Kohler.

Greece: Secrets of the Past (2006)

Greece: Secrets of the Past (2006)

Ages 8 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Join a team of scientists on an archaeological journey to the heart of Ancient Greece. Travel across time from the volcanic eruption that created the unique landscape of Santorini Island to the raising of the spectacularly beautiful Parthenon more than 2,000 years ago. On this fascinating adventure, discover what the ancient Greeks can teach us about our own lives today. Ancient history has never seemed so alive!

Jane Goodall’s Wild Chimpanzees (2002)

Jane Goodall’s Wild Chimpanzees (2002)

Ages 4 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Set out on a journey into the world of wild chimpanzees with their most famous field researcher, Dr. Jane Goodall. Explore their complex societies, remarkable intelligence and shared nature with humankind.

Journey into Amazing Caves (2001)

Journey into Amazing Caves (2001)

Ages 8 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Take an adventure into some of the most extraordinary environments on earth. Embark on a journey with two accomplished cavers as they explore unusual caves like the ice caves in Greenland and the underwater caves in the jungles of Mexico.

Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs (2008)

Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs (2008)

Ages 8 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Uncover the mysterious world of the Pharaohs: their fascinating culture, religion, medicine, and daily life. Ancient wonders and historic intrigue come to life using dramatic re-enactments including the discovery of a cache of forty mummies, amongst them the legendary Ramses the Great and other Egyptian kings. The film demonstrates what scientists can learn from mummy DNA to help in developing medical treatments for modern diseases.

Mystery of the Nile (2005)

Mystery of the Nile (2005)

Ages 8 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Many explorers have tried to navigate the entire Nile, but all have failed. On Christmas 2003, Pasquale Scaturro and his team set out to become the first to complete a full descent of the world’s greatest river: the combined Blue Nile and White Nile, from source to sea. Four months later, they reached the mouth of the Nile at the Mediterranean Sea, becoming the first men in history to complete this 5,230-kilometre journey.

Mystery of the Nile tells of this emotional and historic expedition, while also exploring the cultural and environmental links between the Ethiopian, Sudanese and Egyptian civilizations. Mystery of the Nile promises to be an intriguing giant-screen experience.

Ride Around the World (2006)

Ride Around the World (2006)

Ages 4 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Ride Around the World follows the development of horse-and-cattle culture from its earliest stages by transporting viewers to little-known corners of the world where remote and exotic cowboy cultures live and work as they did centuries ago. In the process, through the immersive experience of the giant screen, Ride Around the World offers viewers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ride with these authentic cowboys and cowgirls in Texas, Morocco, Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Patagonia and Canada. They’ll discover amazing horse-and-cattle peoples in an active and educational cinematographic experience they’ll never forget.

Space Station (2002)

Space Station (2002)

Ages 6 and up | Presented on the IMAX Dome

Experience life in zero gravity aboard the new international Space Station. Through the magic of IMAX® technology, blast off into Space with the astronauts as they rendezvous with their new home, orbiting 407 kilometres above Earth. Join us on the adventure of a lifetime as people of every age and language work side by side with their space-walking crewmates, building and inhabiting a structure that’s truly out of this world!

Narrated by Tom Cruise.

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