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Alternate Title(s): Galapagos: The Enchanted Voyage

bigImage An amazingly immersive cinematic experience, GALAPAGOS delves deep into the largely unknown waters surrounding this famous volcanic archipelago to explore the natural wonders of a realm that is truly a living natural science laboratory. GALAPAGOS is a fantastic voyage to an alien world hidden within our own. Uncover the mysteries of the deep, explore caverns buried beneath the earth and engage primitive wildlife previously unknown to mankind.

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Galapagos Short Trailer [MPEG]

Galapagos Trailer [MPEG]

Galapagos: Submarine Clip [Real Sure Stream]

Galapagos: Sharks Clip [Real Sure Stream]

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A Co-Production of the Smithsonian Institution and Imax Limited. Producers: Al Giddings and David Clark. Directors: Al Giddings and David Clark. Executive Producers: Laurence P. O'Reilly, Andrew Gellis, Peter Guber. Writers: Barry Clark and David Clark. Top-side Directors of Photography: Andrew Kitzanuk, Reed Smoot. Narrator: Kenneth Branagh. Featuring Songs and Music by: Mark Isham. Original Score Composed by: Mark Isham.


BMZ Reviews:

BMZ Review of Galapagos By Herb Lash

Scubavision By Ross Anthony

Outside Reviews:

"IMAX screen shows off beauty of Galapagos" By Lisa Willton, Calgary Sun

"Imax's 'Galapagos' Brings New Dimension to Nature" By Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times

"Galapagos" By Elias Savada, Nitrate Online

"Evolution is ongoing" By George O. Singleton, Reel Movie

"Galapagos" By Christine James, Boxoffice Magazine

Teacher's Guide

[PDF] Galapagos

BMZ User Reviews

Latest Review:

Rating: Good
Posted by: rxbolt
This movie showed less of Galapagos than others I have seen. It frequently, and clumsily, reminded the viewer that a female scientist ("Dr. Baldwin") was doing all these great things on the island. Gave no credit to her male colleagues, esp. the one who piloted their submersible to the bottom of the ocean. There are better documentaries about Galapagos. Sadly, it seems a now all-too-familiar agenda made this movie less than it could have been. ... Read More >>

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