Secret Ocean 3D
Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of ocean pioneer Jacques Cousteau, has been exploring Earth’s oceans for nearly 70 years. Now, with revolutionary 3D camera equipment, Cousteau brings to the giant screen Secret Ocean 3D – a breakthrough look at a secret world within the ocean that is perhaps the biggest story of all: that the smallest life in the sea is the mightiest force on which we all depend. Jean-Michel Cousteau, alongside marine biologist Holly Lohuis, invites audiences to dive into this whole new world that will leave the viewer in awe of the beauty and diversity of our oceans – the source of all life on our planet – and inspire an even stronger desire to protect them for future generations.
For decades, researchers have been used to studying big marine animals such as whales, dolphins and sharks, and many have focused on protecting these great creatures. But these represent only the very top of the food chain. In Secret Ocean 3D, the viewer will come to understand that the most important part is actually the bottom of the food chain on which all other life in the ocean depends. Director Jean-Michel Cousteau is incredibly excited by this opportunity to share with audiences this brand new universe within the ocean’s depths. Over 40 species are observed, with most sequences illustrating behaviors never seen before. Secret Ocean 3D features extraordinary and colorful underwater environments from the Bahamas, and the Fiji & Bimini islands. Viewers will witness some of the most unforgettable scenes of life beneath the waves such as Squid City, Kelp Forest Avenue, Octopus Ride, Christmas Tree Symphony, Zooplankton Spaceships and the Arrow Crab’s dance. The astonishing, never-before-seen images in Secret Ocean 3D were captured thanks to the development of new tools which allow underwater filming in 3D, Ultra-HD 4K, slow motion, close-ups and motion control. Three years of research and development were required to obtain the final images that will wow audiences on the giant screen. Thanks to these breakthrough filming techniques, viewers will literally dive into the virtual unknown of this new underwater world as if they were actually there.
|General Admission (12-61)||Free||$10.00|
|Children (4 & Under)||Free||$7.50|
*3D Films, add $1 to all ticket types