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BORN TO BE WILD NEW FOR 2013
Join two extraordinary women on a real-life adventure.
Travel from the forests of Borneo to the grassy plains of Kenya and see how a primatologist and an elephant expert have devoted their daily lives to saving orphaned animals and reintroducing them to the wild.
Voted best film produced for the giant screen by Giant Screen Cinema Association.
Two women devoted to animal rescue.
Dr Biruté Mary Galdikas is one of the world’s foremost primate behaviour experts. Dr Daphne Sheldrick is one of the most highly renowned elephant specialists, who has also built an elephant refuge in Kenya.
A screen the size of two tennis courts.
Born to be Wild is shown on a gigantic, 6,500-ft² screen using IMAX® technology and a 70-mm film with 15 perforations that gives an image ten times larger than the traditional 35-mm film.
The iconic Futuroscope building.
The 115-ft-high Kinémax symbolises rock crystals rising from the ground. The design required more than 20,000 hours of geometric studies to complete. It has 3,000 reflective glass sheets that cover a surface area of over 45,500 ft².