Australia: Land Beyond Time (2002)
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The landscape and wildlife of the world's largest island and smallest continent is explored in this documentary that takes offers a closer look at the history and evolution of Australia. In addition to being one of the most extreme climates on the planet, Australia is also home to some of the strangest creatures ever to walk the earth. From the desert dunes of the Outback to the thriving rainforests that line the coast and the unusual creatures who have populated this beautiful but deadly
May 25, 2002 Wide
Imax Corporation - Official Site
The film will appeal to Discovery Channel fans and will surely widen the perspective of those of us who see the continent through rose-colored glasses.
Australian filmmaker David Flatman uses the huge-screen format to make an old-fashioned nature film that educates viewers with words and pictures while entertaining them.
OK, I admit it: I could watch koala bears and kangaroos wandering around onscreen for hours and I would be perfectly contented.You will see the koalas, the kangaroos and much, much more in
Sitting in the third row of the IMAX cinema at Sydney's Darling Harbour, but I sometimes felt as though I was in the tiny two seater plane that carried the giant camera around Australia, sweeping and gliding, banking and hovering over some of the most not
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