Current Show DetailsEnjoy state-of-the-art sound, seating and picture at Arizona Science Center's 280-seat IMAX Theater. Two films run daily on our 5-story screen where you will be whisked away to the far reaches of the world in either standard or 3D format.
All showtimes are subject to change without notice.
In the vastness of the Pacific Ocean, there is a paradise unlike any other: the Galapagos. Amongst these remote volcanic islands, life has played out over millions of years in relative isolation. The result is a wonderland of nature, with a remarkable collection of plants and charismatic animals that have all adapted to this unique environment. Meet giant half-ton tortoises and marine iguanas that spit sea-salt. Dance with the tropical albatrosses and hunt fishes with the colorful blue-footed boobies. Swim with tiny penguins thousands of miles away from their natural habitats. This is a story of discovery, of survival against the odds, and of nature’s ingenuity, all brought to life in stunning 3D.
“Galapagos : Nature’s Wonderland” is an nWave Pictures Distribution release of a Colossus Productions film in association with SKY 3D. Written by David Attenborough, the film is produced by Anthony Geffen, directed by Martin Williams, and features music by Joel Douek.
Misrepresented, maligned and misunderstood, the Great White Shark is an iconic predator: the creature we love to fear. Great White Shark 3D will explore the Great White’s place in our imaginations, in our fears, and in the reality of its role at the top of the oceanic food chain. Great White Shark 3D aims to reveal the strength and beauty of these animals by looking through the eyes of those who have been touched by their shark encounters- Mike Rutzen, South African shark operator, who swims with Great Whites in the aptly named Shark Alley, Dr. Chris Lowe who has been tagging juvenile white sharks off the coast of Los Angeles, revealing more and more of their secret life, and two record breaking free-divers, Frederic Buyle and William Winram, who tag Great Whites by simply holding their breath and free diving with the sharks.
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