Great Barrier Reef ads another U.S theatre with screenings at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History commencing from December 14th and running until May 2019. Catch the film in 3D there.
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The Cry was named by the Guardian as one of the 50 Best Television Shows of 2018. See a link to the article and their very positive review below.
In other very exciting news The Cry is coming to Australia in early 2019.
We'll keep you posted on further news and airdates.
The US Premiere date is November 8th.
Read the fantastic review from Paste Magazine below - “The Cry Is a Gripping, Sophisticated Anatomy of Gaslighting”. https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/11/the-cry-jenna-coleman-sundance-now-review.html
More info for our Australian viewers coming very soon!
The Story of Earth adds another US theatre. The film opens at the Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City on November 10th. Catch the film there in IMAX 3D! While your visiting you can catch another of our giant screen films Great Barrier Reef, which has been showing there since July!
The reviews for The Cry have been very positive and the ratings have been some of the strongest of the year for BBC. Congratulations to the cast and crew for all their hard work.
“It's all beautifully, brutally done." The Guardian
“Subtle, nuanced, a psychological thriller that built suspense while tapping in to the worst parental nightmare." The Times
“It is thanks to Jenna Coleman that The Cry is such bruising, engaging viewing." The Independent
Just released, here is the first trailer for The Cry. Jenna Coleman stars as Joanna, a young woman trapped in her own nightmare of motherhood, in brand new thriller The Cry. Coming soon to BBC One this October. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKzcniOkFfM
Hello Canada! 🇨🇦 The Story of Earth is now showing at IMAX Victoria at the Royal Museum, home to the largest IMAX screen in British Columbia.
We're delighted that audiences have been 'wowed' and 'uplifted' by the visuals and story of our film, Great Barrier Reef! '
'The respsonse to Great Barrier Reef has been tremendous.' Museum of Science, Boston. 'People LOVE the movie' - The Fleet Science Center, San Diego 'Our July attendance numbers are amoung the strongest we've seen of any of our documentaries!' - Tropicana IMAX, Atlantic City
Great news. Variety has announced The Cry will screen in the US on streaming service Sundance Now this coming November.
The Story of Earth, narrated by Rachel Ward, starts screening in Copenhangen this week at the Tycho Brahe Planetarium. This theatre also played our giant screen films Hidden Universe and The Search for Life in Space. More info on our website: https://thestoryofearth.film/
Great Barrier Reef premieres on the giant screen in Edmonton, Canada July 1st & San Diego & Boston 5th July. Narrated by Eric Bana and featuring the stars of the world’s great reef.
That’s a wrap on The Blake Mysteries - Ghost Stories! Thank you to our most amazing cast and crew.
The trailer for Great Barrier Reef is here!
Narrated by Eric Bana, and currently playing in Canada and the USA, the film explores the many wonders of the worlds great reef. https://www.facebook.com/DecemberMedia/videos/1757085911012546/
We’re very proud to announce that The Story of Earth is will premiere this May in Chicago at the Museum of Science and Technology. See it in the incredible dome format. Check showtimes here.
Filming for the Synchronicity Films production The Cry has begun in Australia, with Stuart Menzies and December Media as the Australian producers.
Based on a novel by Helen FitzGerald and adapted by Jacquelin Perske, the cast includes Ewen Leslie (Top of the Lake), Stella Gonet (The Crown), Sophie Kennedy Clark (The Danish Girl) and Australian actors Asher Keddie (X Men: Origins) and Alex Dimitriades (Seven Types of Ambiguity).
Wednesday night saw the gathering of science and film luminaries for the premiere of The Search for Life in Space at IMAX Carlton.
The screening was followed by a Q&A with celebrity Astronomer Alan Duffy and Producer/Director Stephen Amezdroz.
About Life In Space-
A new era of space exploration has begun as NASA trail-blazes the development of a new brand of science, astrobiology, a new era of space exploration has begun.
With stunning space imagery captured by the world’s most advanced telescopes, The Search for Life in Space takes us from the surface of Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn to the extreme lava fields of Hawaii and to toxic thermal vents deep beneath the Pacific Ocean. In these harsh environments, astrobiologists look for clues to how life takes hold— and how life might thrive on other planets.
An immersive adventure, The Search for Life in Space deepens our understanding of the cosmos and makes us re-examine such fundamental questions as: “Where did we come from?”, “How did we get here?” “Are we alone?”