‘Wild Ocean 3-D’ in IMAX Offers Breathtaking Cinematography, Profound Message

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CHICAGO – “Wild Ocean 3-D” – an unforgettable nature documentary playing now in IMAX at Chicago’s Navy Pier – dives to the depths of the ocean and through the vastness of the sea with breathtaking 3-D cinematography and a profound message for all mankind.

From plankton to sardines, dolphins, seals, whales, sharks, gannets and man, Mother Nature’s greatest example of the food chain has been captured off the Wild Coast of South Africa and preserved on film in this educational documentary.

The film takes place along the spectacular South African coast where the Zulu and the Western worlds meet at Kwazulu Natal, which is where tropical meets the sea on the Wild Coast.

Click here to read Allison Pitaccio’s full review
of “Wild Ocean 3-D” in our reviews section!

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An African penguin stands tall atop a rock on Bird Island, Eastern Cape in the IMAX film Wild Ocean 3-D
An African penguin stands tall atop a rock on Bird Island, Eastern Cape in the IMAX film “Wild Ocean 3-D”.
Photo credit: Steve McNicholas


Breaking surf sprays behind a fisherman on the rocks of Sezela Beach, KwaZulu-Natal in the IMAX film Wild Ocean 3-D
Breaking surf sprays behind a fisherman on Sezela Beach, KwaZulu-Natal in the IMAX film “Wild Ocean 3-D”.
Photo credit: Steve McNicholas


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Excellent Digital Still Photography

The above two pictures are of high clarity and looks cool

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