Monday, April 12, 2021

“Planet Power”, Newest Giant Screen Film from nWave, Holds World Premiere at Smithsonian


The newest giant screen film from N3D LAND Films and nWave Pictures DistributionPlanet Power, held its world premiere at Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater March 22. Exploring the history of electricity, the film looks back at scientists who changed the world, like Faraday, Franklin, Edison, and Tesla. The film also takes a glimpse into the future, following the journey of modern-day adventurers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg, the inspirational team behind the record-breaking Solar Impulse, as they pilot the first plane capable of perpetual flight, powered only by the sun.

The film also explores the challenges ahead: how to meet the growing energy needs of our industrialized world while also protecting the health of our planet. By harnessing abundant renewable natural resources and applying innovative new technologies, the next generation of scientists and adventurers are working to create a sustainable and cleaner energy future.

“An IMAX 3D film is an innovative and very entertaining way of storytelling, and I am sure that it is the medium that best matches the importance and greatness of what we are trying to accomplish,” said Bertrand Piccard, Solar Impulse.


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Planet Power weaves a story of science and adventure that we hope inspires and thrills our audiences. With a unique mix of chalk animation, CGI, archival footage and spectacular aerials, and featuring an emotional musical score, the film uses the immersive giant-screen experience to its full advantage”, said Janine Baker, SVP of nWave Pictures Distribution.

Produced by the award-winning N3D LAND Films, [SeaRex 3D; D-Day: Normandy 1944], and distributed worldwide by nWave Pictures Distribution [Galapagos 3D Nature’s Wonderland; Hurricane 3D; Sammy’s Adventures], Planet Power is also playing at the Smithsonian’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Airbus IMAX Theater and is scheduled to play at the National Museum of American History’s Warner Bros. Theater. The film is also currently in distribution to additional giant screen theaters worldwide.

PHOTOS of the world premiere courtesy nWave Pictures Distribution.

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