At the Montreal Science Centre on February 14, Volcanoes 3D explodes onto the huge IMAX Telus screen

Jesus Figueroa

Starting February 14, the IMAX TELUS Theatre at the Montréal Science Centre invites you to a very hot immersive experience. 

"Volcanoes 3D," the new IMAX movie, takes you where few humans dare to venture: into the heart of a volcano.

From Pompeii to Hawaii
Join intrepid National Geographic photographer Carsten Peter as he travels the globe exploring this mighty natural phenomenon. From the tragic events at Pompeii more than 2000 years ago to the eruption of Kilauea in Hawaii in 2018, Volcanoes 3D reveals not only the devastating power of volcanoes, but also their surprising ability to create new ecosystems.

The ideal subject for IMAX laser technology
With its spectacular cinematography and state-of-the-art 3D technology, Volcanoes 3D offers viewers a thrilling immersive experience without exposing them to the lava erupting at over 700 degrees Celsius. With more than 500 active volcanoes on the planet, this riveting documentary plunges daringly into a very relevant topic while fully exploiting IMAX with laser technology. A towering adventure on the big screen.

About the Montréal Science Centre
With more than 700,000 visitors annually, the Montréal Science Centre complex is dedicated to science and technology. It is characterized by its accessible, interactive approach and its showcasing of local innovation and expertise. Its partners are VOLVO, Telus and La Presse+.

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