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Henry, a Border Collie with the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association, stands watch over the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in the Rocky Mountains.
Henry, a Border Collie with the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association, stands watch over the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort in the Rocky Mountains.
Ricochet, a Golden Retriever from San Diego, is a vetaran therapy dog celebrating over a decade as the first ever dog to surf with children with special needs and veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Ricochet, a Golden Retriever from San Diego, is a vetaran therapy dog celebrating over a decade as the first ever dog to surf with children with special needs and veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Halo and her human partner, Fire Captain ‘Cat’ Labrada of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, forge a remarkable bond as they train together over 2 years to become a FEMA-certified K9 Search and Rescue team with Florida Task Force 1.
Halo and her human partner, Fire Captain ‘Cat’ Labrada of Miami-Dade Fire Rescue, forge a remarkable bond as they train together over 2 years to become a FEMA-certified K9 Search and Rescue team with Florida Task Force 1.
Twin Bloodhound brothers, Tipper and Tony, protect endangered rhinos and elephants at the LEWA Conservancy in Kenya, Africa.
Twin Bloodhound brothers, Tipper and Tony, protect endangered rhinos and elephants at the LEWA Conservancy in Kenya, Africa.
Reef, a water rescue Newfoundland with the Italian Coast Guard, shows off his superpowers on the Italian Riviera.
Reef, a water rescue Newfoundland with the Italian Coast Guard, shows off his superpowers on the Italian Riviera.
Henry, an avalanche search and rescue dog, accompanies his partner Ian Bunbury on the slopes of Whistler Mountain. The team is part of the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association and on a daily ski patrol.
Henry, an avalanche search and rescue dog, accompanies his partner Ian Bunbury on the slopes of Whistler Mountain. The team is part of the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association and on a daily ski patrol.
Join Florida Task Force 1, a Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Urban Search and Rescue Response team, deploy to catastrophic events such as hurricanes, mudslides and terrorist attacks, bringing their canine partners along to save lives.
Join Florida Task Force 1, a Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Urban Search and Rescue Response team, deploy to catastrophic events such as hurricanes, mudslides and terrorist attacks, bringing their canine partners along to save lives.
Discover how a Newfoundland can swim for miles and tow up to 40 times her own weight in water. And see how Reef helps other dogs develop their innate rescue instinct to save human lives.
Discover how a Newfoundland can swim for miles and tow up to 40 times her own weight in water. And see how Reef helps other dogs develop their innate rescue instinct to save human lives.
Henry, one of the five canine stars of the film, does some narration pickups in the recording studio.
Henry, one of the five canine stars of the film, does some narration pickups in the recording studio.

Join an immersive IMAX adventure to experience the life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world's most amazing dogs. No stranger to superheroes himself, Chris Evans narrates this inspiring true story about remarkable (or is that "reBARKable?") dogs who save lives. 

  • HALOAn adorable rookie training to join one of the most elite disaster response teams in America. 
  • HENRYAn avalanche rescue expert in the Canadian Rockies.
  • REEFA Newfoundland lifeguard with the Italian coastguard.
  • San Diego's own RICOCHETA California surf legend helping people with special needs.
  • Bloodhound brothers TIPPER & TONYLeading the fight to save endangered species in Africa. 

This incredible film took over two-and-a-half years to film and was shot in five countries—many scenes were shot right here in San Diego County, including in Balboa Park! More than 500 people worked on this film in the United States, Canada, Italy, Kenya and the Netherlands. 

Generously sponsored and presented locally by The Shiley Foundation.

Rave Reviews

"... And these aren't just your average dogs, oh no. These are hero dogs, who devote their lives to rescuing us stupid humans. Here you see dogs on mountains! Dogs in planes! Dogs on boats! If the Academy really wants to go forward with their Best Popular Movie Oscar, I urge them to consider awarding this Superpower Dogs trailer that award." —slashfilm.com

"In a world constantly thirsting for wholesome dog-centric content, the hook of director Daniel Ferguson’s 'Superpower Dogs' is an insanely catchy one."  —Variety

"The movie's message isn't just about the animals' amazing capabilities; it argues that it's the bond between human and animal that creates the superpower. In other words, together with our four-legged friends, we can be both super and heroes." —Common Sense Media

"Only happy tears might be shed watching Superpower Dogs. The whole movie is a celebration of the canine species, and highlights six four-legged heroes making the world a better place." —Cinema Siren
 
"Kids will be 'Awww'-ing at the dogs’ shows of affection toward their humans." —Los Angeles Times

Field Trips, Private Screenings, Group Discounts

Superpower Dogs is available for public screenings, school field trip shows, group reservations and private screenings. For school or group reservations, please contact the Client Services Department at (619) 238-1233 ext. 806 or ClientServices@rhfleet.org.

Teachers! Learning tools for this film are available here.  

If you would like to arrange a private screening of the film, please contact the Special Events Department at (619) 685-5729 or SpecialEvents@rhfleet.org

Tickets for public screenings are on sale at the Fleet Science Center ticket counter and at www.fleetscience.org.

Discounted tickets are available to the military and their family members at local military ticket offices. Military can show ID at the Fleet Science Center ticket counter for 10% off ticket sales.

 

 

 

The Fleet is pleased to offer the Rear Window closed-captioning system. When you purchase your ticket, tell the guest services associate that you would like to use the closed-caption service. The service is complimentary, and it is accessible in the upper-right seating area of the theater.

Escucha el audio en español mientras ves la función en inglés. Solicita los audífonos de cortesía en la taquilla.

Assistive listening devices increase the intelligibility of theater presentations by enhancing the narration and dialogue and lowering music and sound effects. Ask for a complimentary headset at the Ticket Counter.