Premiere Of Warners Bros., Pictures’ ‘To The Artic 3D’ at the California Science Center Imax Theater on April 15, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
A special day for those at the Premiere Of Warners Bros., Pictures’ ‘To The Artic 3D‘ at the California Science Center Imax Theater on April 15, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.
In attendance on the blue carpet, Producer Greg MacGillivray, Producer Shaun MacGillivray, Producer Tom Campion, Actress Kendra Wilkinson along with her husband Hank Baskett and son Henry Wilkinson, Actress Kristin Bauer, Actress Camille Schroder, with her dad, actor Rick Schroder and sister Faith Anne Schroder , Actress Marisa Coughlan and daughter, Merritt Coughlan
The stunning film tells the intimate story of a mother polar bear and her cubs as they navigate the changing Arctic wilderness they call home – and marks the first time a polar bear has been tracked and filmed for five consecutive days!
A MacGillivray Freeman Film from Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX® Filmed Entertainment, and the first film presentation of One World One Ocean – a massive for-purpose media campaign to help restore the world’s ocean.
Narrator for the film is Oscar winner, Meryl Streep, who had already narrated two previous MacGillivray Freeman Films.
Paul McCartney‘s provided the music to the film. Among the songs heard in the film are “Little Willow,” “I’m Carrying,” “Mr. Bellamy” and “Calico Skies.”
Greg MacGillivray and his wife Barbara co-founded the MacGillivray Freeman Films Educational Foundation, which aims to contribute to the conservation of natural and cultural resources through giant screen films and companion educational programming. It is truly a family affair, their daughter Megan, a writer and chef, heads up the film company’s social media efforts. And of course their son Shaun, produced the film, this it the second film that Shaun has produced for MacGillivray Freeman, his first was “Grand Canyon Adventure,”
What you will enjoy in this film, is the most up-close-and-personal experience you’ll have with polar bears aside from traveling up to the Arctic yourself! Captivating, adventurous and intimate footage brings moviegoers up close and personal with this family’s struggle to survive in a frigid environment of melting ice, immense glaciers, spectacular waterfalls, and majestic snow-bound peaks.
YHL Guest host to cover the film was Actor Zach Callison. Zach’s review of the film.
“This film is an excellent learning tool for all ages about the results of the human race’s neglect in caring for our earth. The director Greg MacGillivray said that the film took six years to complete and they only found the polar bear family on their last expedition. My favorite part had to be the walruses. They are funny creatures and were not fond of the camera man. You have to see the film to understand what I mean.”