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Principal Photography for SHE's Dinosaurs of Patagonia 3D Completed


Written by: Sky High Entertainment
Date: April 15, 2005


Category: Press Releases

Carl Samson, principal producer and CEO of Sky High Entertainment is proud to announce that his filming crew is back from Argentina where they captured breathtaking stereoscopic footage of this magnificent country's exotic and unique outbacks as well as images of world-reknown paleontologist Pr Rodolfo Coria in action. Pr Coria has participated in some of the most impressive paleontological finds of recent times, among which the Argentinosaurus Huiculensis, the largest dinosaur to have ever walked the Earth and its ferocious nemesis the Giganotosaurus Carolinii, itself the largest land predator ever, bigger than the T-Rex.

Cinematography was led masterfully by veteran William Reeve, CSC (SACRED PLANET, VOLCANOES OF THE DEEP SEA, FIGHTER PILOT). The movie is directed by Marc Fafard (ADRENALINE RUSH: THE SCIENCE OF RISK, VIKINGS: JOURNEY TO NEW WORLDS).

Shot with the IMAX® 3D Solido camera and featuring state of the art computer graphic imagery for the greatest part of its duration, the movie will carry the spectators back in a time when superlative dinosaurs where roaming Patagonia, a region that we know today for its pristine beauty, its wide variety of climates and landscapes, and its many intense adventure evocations.

"Patagonia is a cinematographic delight and in many places the closest thing to time travel. We truly have the subject, the decor and the format for an outstanding large format movie experience." an extatic Carl Deschenes, associate producer at Sky High Entertainment, told members of the Argentinian press gathered in the Museo Carmen Funes in Plaza Huincul as the crew was preparing for the last scenes inside the museum. Back in Buenos Aires last week, wonderment was still on every crew member's face.

The movie is scheduled for release on December 1st 2006.


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