DINOSAURS : GIANTS OF PATAGONIA

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Le film

This documentary-style narrative focuses on the history, evolution and extinction of the dinosaurs. In larger-than-life fashion, audiences will explore a subject matter whose mystique and appeal are unquestioned.

Dinosaurs are amongst the most fascinating animals to have ever walked the Earth. We are captivated by their enormous size and intrigued by the fact that they disappeared millions of years ago. DINOSAURS 3D will take audiences on an unprecedented and unique 3D journey into the world of the largest known dinosaurs and, in the process, explore some of the great paleontological discoveries of modern time.

Done in close collaboration with the foremost scientists of the domain, the movie will show never seen before computer generated footage of the Giganotosaurus and the Argentinosaurus to name a few. At the moment of initiating this extraordinary project, one question comes to mind: “Is the giant screen big enough?”

 

La Géode Festival

To celebrate its 30th birthday, La Géode organizes a film festival dedicated to the spectacular 15/70mn and 3D large format documentaries.

 

During 3 months audiences will have the privilege to discover many unreleased movies together with Best-of movies of the past decade and special events.

 

Time trip to the Ice age, diving with great white sharks, immersion into invisible worlds, meeting with the Lemurs in Madagascar…discovery and sensations will be there for all age groups.

 

Spectators will be given the opportunity to vote for their favorite film in order to award the Public’s Choice Prize. The awarded film will be released at La Géode in October !

 

This spring, more than ever, La Géode will be the place to be for a unique and ultimate movie experience.

 

30 years, 30 films, a festival of sensations…at the max !

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