Hurricane 3D Opens at the California Science Center
On this Tuesday October 10, Hurricane 3D opened at the California Science Center.
The acclaimed projection was followed by a reception during which the audience was able to meet Jacqueline Farmer, producer of the forty minute documentary. Janine Baker, nWave’s Senior Vice President Distribution and Development, was also present at the event.
To get a glimpse of this unforgettable evening, click on the link below.
Hurricane 3D is the story of a 15,000-kilometre journey in the footsteps of one of the most devastating natural events on our planet: the Atlantic Hurricane. Its protagonist is both shatteringly destructive and vital to life on earth. A mere breeze at its conception, as it sweeps over the African Sahel it becomes a life-giving monsoon, before setting out across the Atlantic as a deepening depression. The hurricane is the film’s main character. The supporting cast – the men, women, plants and animals that it encounters on its journey and affects in some way, for better or for worse. Serene and exquisitely beautiful from space, at ground level in the face of the screaming wind, ‘Hurricane’ is nothing less than terrifying.
For more information, visit www.hurricane.nwave.com.
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