Win Passes To See The New IMAX 3D Film TO THE ARCTIC In St. Louis
An extraordinary journey to the top of the world, the documentary adventure “To The Arctic” reveals a compelling tale of survival. Narrated by Oscar® winner Meryl Streep, the film takes audiences into the lives of a mother polar bear and her twin seven-month-old cubs as never before captured on film, as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home.
Captivating and intimate IMAX® footage brings moviegoers up-close and personal with this family’s struggle in a frigid environment of melting ice, immense glaciers, spectacular waterfalls and majestic snow-bound peaks.
Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX® Filmed Entertainment present a MacGillivray Freeman Film, “To The Arctic,” a One World One Ocean presentation, directed by two-time Academy Award® nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray (“The Living Sea,” “Dolphins”). Filmed in 15/70mm IMAX®, “To The Arctic” is written and edited by Stephen Judson (“Everest”), and produced by Shaun MacGillivray (“Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk”). The film will be in IMAX® Theaters Friday, April 20, but you can see it early!
WAMG has passes to the advance screening this Saturday, April 14th.
1. YOU MUST BE IN THE ST. LOUIS AREA THE DAY OF THE SCREENING.
2. FILL OUT YOUR NAME AND E-MAIL ADDRESS BELOW. REAL FIRST NAME REQUIRED.
3. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION: What film won Best Feature Documentary earlier this year at the 84th Academy Awards?
WINNERS WILL BE CHOSEN THROUGH A RANDOM DRAWING OF QUALIFYING CONTESTANTS. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. PASSES WILL NOT BE SUBSTITUTED OR EXCHANGED. DUPLICATE TICKETS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
The film features a score composed by Steve Wood, and songs by Paul McCartney.
MacGillivray Freeman Films is the world’s foremost independent producer and distributor of giant-screen 70mm films with 35 IMAX® films to its credit, and the first documentary filmmaker to reach the $1 billion box office benchmark in worldwide ticket sales. Throughout the company’s 40-year history, its films have won numerous international awards, including two Academy Award® nominations and three films inducted into the IMAX Hall of Fame. “To The Arctic” follows in the company’s long tradition of films known for their artistry and celebration of science, and for calling attention to the natural world.
“To The Arctic” will be released exclusively in IMAX Theaters. This film is rated G for general audiences by the MPAA.