Friday, January 21, 2005

With Little Warning: The staff of BeansTalk attended a screening at the IMAX Theater Thursday evening: "Forces of Nature."

The film is notably relevant, not only for it's amazing large-format impact, but in the light of the recent horrific tsunami tragedy -- just a little reminder of what nature's capable of.

"Forces" has been showing in IMAX theaters throughout the U.S. and Canada, since its original 2004 June release.

Synopsis: It is one thing to contemplate the immense power of nature, another to experience these forces first-hand. "Forces of Nature" showcases the awesome spectacle of earthquakes, volcanoes, and severe storms as we follow scientists on their groundbreaking quests to understand how these natural disasters are triggered. Audiences will learn what is being done to predict and prepare for these events -- and minimize their deadly effects -- as they come face-to-face with Earth's most destructive forces. "Forces of Nature” is a National Geographic film, produced by Graphic Films, made possible by Amica Insurance and funded in part by the National Science Foundation. Combined with a strong package of educational materials and ancillary programs, this film promises to entertain and educate audiences worldswide. "Forces of Nature" is distributed by Destination Cinema, Inc.

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