Through June 21st, one of the world’s most adored animal species will be featured at The Rangos Giant Cinema at Carnegie Science Center.
Pandas 3D, the IMAX original film narrated by actress Kristen Bell (Frozen, The Good Place), takes audiences through the amazing experience of a captive-born panda’s introduction into the wild.
“Pandas is one of the many new and exciting films coming to The Rangos this summer,” said The Rangos Giant Cinema Senior Director Chad Hunter. “We are thrilled to offer a glimpse into the lives of these incredibly rare animals. Our giant screen, brilliant images, and crystal-clear sound will transport the audience to destinations and scenic vistas that will amaze them.” Described by Kristen Bell as an immersive and educational film, Pandas 3D follows scientists at Chengdu Panda Base in China who are taking their captive breeding program to the next level and preparing captive-born cubs for the wild. A researcher initiates a new method of introduction inspired by a rural New Hampshire black bear rehabilitator.
This cross-cultural collaboration of techniques becomes a life-changing journey for one especially charming panda named Qian Qian. The Rangos Giant Cinema will show Pandas 3D June 8-21.
For more information, visit CarnegieScienceCenter.org/Rangos-Giant-Cinema/Pandas.