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Soldiers' Stories

Soldiers’ Stories

 
CELEBRATING the 100th Anniversary of WW1: Soldiers’ Story shows that over the last 100 years of fighting, nothing has changed for the soldier.

11-11 at 11am was chosen so that we would always remember. November 11th has many names—Veterans, Armistice, Remembrance day—but for most people it has become a global holiday devoid of real context. Soldiers’ Stories attempts to depict both the insanity and scale of a single battle that was the greatest battle the world has ever known that in the end claimed well over 1 million dead. It is a collection of never-before-seen stereo images and film materials that bring context to this almost unimaginably large conflict as told in the words of those who fought and died over yards of earth in the first “modern” war the world has ever known. Please email a link to your friends.

http://ww1movie.com

Cosmic Journey

Cosmic Journey

 
“If you want to know where I am, I will be watching Cosmic Journey again” – Franklin Institute employee. A stunningly beautiful, totally immersive 3D journey from Shuttle launch to the far edge of the know universe and back utilizing only real images of the planets and stars. Embrace one of the finest 3D experiences using images from Hubble and Cassini and using our very own custom technology to see the clouds of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn,  gaseous nebula and far away galaxies brought to life like never seen before. 22 min Full Dome, 40min, 2D & 3D

http://cosmicjourneymovie.com

Aurora

Aurora

 
The stunning Northern Lights have been beloved and the source of myth for thousands of years, but beneath their beauty is the larger story of the causes and effects of the Aurora. The film explains how the sun functions and how during the cycle of normal solar activities coronal mass ejections (CME) or solar flares are regularly formed. Using real images and stunning graphics viewers follow the CME through space and view the effects on earth in sequences of beautiful Aurora imagery. Scientists then explain how the CME creates the Aurora and how it collapses earths magnetosphere causing electricity to form within conductive items like power lines. Scientists show how a small CME and earth has a wonderful light show, a large CME and our power grid collapses and talk about ways we can be prepared for the next big solar event. The film comes with a very extensive educators guide and supplementary materials. VERSIONS: 22min Full Dome, 22min 2K, 4K and 15/70mm, 40min 2k and 4K

Coming Summer 2014

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Life In A Drop Of Water

Life In A Drop Of Water

There are as many diverse life forms in a drop of water as in a forest or coral reef. Thousands of organisms that form the base of life on our planet are small microscopic creatures that are often neglected in discussions of biodiversity as they are too small to see yet are the critical backbone of all life. Life in a Drop of Water takes us on an exploration of the smallest forms of marine life that exist everywhere from ocean to the tap in your home to under the frozen lakes of Antarctica and potentially within the oceans of distant moons of Jupiter where similar life could exist. Scientists explain both the nature of microscopic life forms and also how understanding more about them could be the key to food, global warming, bio fuels and a host of other major discoveries. The film uses award winning cutting edge 3D photography to see these microscopic creatures as never before possible. 22 min full Dome and 2k/4k, 40min 2D &3D

Coming Winter 2012

Lightning

Lightning

Lightning is one of the most common but least understood natural phenomena. Everyone has seen it, but there is still no person on earth who can explain why it strikes, where it strikes and how it starts, it is one of the last great natural mysteries. Scientists explain how the more they look the more mysterious lightning seems. The film examines not only the phenomena of lighting but how science is dynamic, active, and changing constantly and how there are still major discoveries to be made in even the most common of things. Utilizing ultra-high speed imagery the film brings lighting to the giant screen. Versions: 22min Full Dome 2D, 22min 2k, 4k 22 and 3D, 15/70mm 2D, 40min 2k, 4k, 2D.

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Click here to watch trailer #2

http://watchlightning.com