Born To Be Wild
Narrated by Morgan Freeman
Show Opening Monday, Mar 2, 2015
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One showing only: Monday, March 2, at noon.
Experience an inspiring story of love and dedication, and the amazing bond between humans and animals in the new IMAX® film Born to Be Wild. Narrated by Academy-Award® winner Morgan Freeman, this film follows the lives of orphaned orangutans and elephants, from birth to their rebirth into the wild.
Stunningly captured in IMAX, Born to Be Wild is a heartwarming adventure that will transport moviegoers around the world into the lush rainforests of Borneo with world-renowned primatologist Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas, and across the rugged Kenyan savannah with celebrated elephant authority Dame Daphne M. Sheldrick. Witness these teams save endangered species one life at a time as they rescue, rehabilitate and return these incredible animals back to the wild.
“Spending so much time among the orphaned elephants and orangutans in this film was a life changing experience,” said Producer/Writer Drew Fellman. “And IMAX makes it possible to share that wonder with the audience in a very profound way that takes us directly into the lives and struggles of these amazing animals.”
Born to Be Wild is a presentation of Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Filmed Entertainment. Directed by David Lickley and written and produced by Drew Fellman, the behind the scenes team includes supervising line producer Diane Roberts, associate producer Jill Ferguson, director of photography David Douglas and editor Beth Spiegel. Music is composed by Mark Mothersbaugh.
The film has been rated G.
Run time of 40 minutes.