LAST REEF 3D, THE: CITIES BENEATH THE SEA

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LAST REEF 3D, THE: CITIES BENEATH THE SEA

(c) Giant Screen Films

A 3D IMAX Film

THE LAST REEF 3D: CITIES BENEATH THE SEA (USA, 2012, 42 min.)

Special Advance Screening Embark on a global journey to discover the parallels between life under the sea and on land in this visually stunning and rhythmically explosive giant-screen film. Travel to destinations near and far to explore the world’s coral reef habitat, a territory that is quickly vanishing. Shot on locations including Palau, the Bahamas and French Polynesia, The Last Reef explores these diverse and colorful communities and the aquatic life that live in their underwater neighborhoods. This film enables viewers, for the first time ever, to see underwater life at the macro level in 3D, shot on the world’s first underwater 3D digital beamsplitter rig. Directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, creators of Wild Ocean 3D.

Introduced by filmmakers Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas. Discussion with the filmmakers and Tommy Remengesau Jr., former President and Senator of Palau, follows screening.

Ticket/Reservation Info:

Tickets required. Code: 1PO-300. Tickets: $10, TSA Resident Members; $13, General Admission; $9, Senior Members; $7, Children under 10. Please call 202-633-3030 or register online at www.residentassociates.org.

National Museum of Natural History, Johnson IMAX Theater

10th St. & Constitution Ave., NW – All guests MUST enter through Constitution Ave. entrance

(METRO: Federal Triangle, 12th St. exit)

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