There's no denying the allure of film – it has the power to transport us to different realms and realities, uncover hidden stories happening around all of us and even inspire us to see the world from a whole new perspective. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science's recently unveiled Infinity Theater takes all of that to the next level. With its new laser projection and sound system, expansive audio-visual accessibility features and both 2D and 3D capabilities, the Infinity Theater has redefined what an immersive viewing experience can be. And now, it's ready to wow you like never before with three awe-inspiring films that captivate and educate viewers of all ages.
Antarctica in 3D
Seal pup with a playful expression in Antarctica. (Photo/BBC Earth Natural History Unit & SK Films)
Explore the untouched mysteries of “Antarctica.” Narrated by the Academy Award®-nominated actor, Benedict Cumberbatch and produced by the filmmakers who brought you “Planet Earth II,” this stunning visual masterpiece immerses you in the captivating life of our planet’s frozen frontier. Plunge beneath more than six feet of ice to experience a mesmerizing undersea ballet of starfish and jellyfish. Swim alongside playful seals, soar across ice-covered mountain peaks and immerse yourself in the largest congregation of fin and humpback whales ever filmed. Come experience this profound film that not only serves to entertain but also inspires us to care for and protect Antarctica and our awe-inspiring natural world.
Secrets of the Sea in 3D
Photo caption: A dugong swims by fish in “Secrets of the Sea.” (Photo/MacGillivray Freeman Films/Howard Hall)
Remember when you first saw Disney's "The Little Mermaid?” Did you wish that you could dive into Ariel's magical world under the water? Well, now you can! Although there aren’t singing crabs or mermaids per se, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science's Infinity Theater will take you on an exciting adventure beneath the ocean depths in this mesmerizing film "Secrets of the Sea.”
The underwater spectacle will introduce you to incredible marine life, from pygmy seahorses and opalescent squid to majestic manta rays and tiger sharks. Shot across 16 breathtaking underwater locations, including Tahiti, Mexico, the Philippines and California, this extraordinary film also presents a great opportunity to learn about how important marine biodiversity is to maintain the health of our oceans.
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Let’s all go to the movies
All these films are now playing at the Infinity Theater! Come join us at the Theater to experience where education and entertainment meet and boundless curiosity ensues. So, the next time you're looking for something exciting and enlightening to do, why not head over to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science?
Note: Films require admission into the Museum. Sign up for membership to enjoy discounted rates.