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Film & Video Content

The American Museum of Natural History produces exceptional science film and video content, which is made available to partners and institutions worldwide. Current productions include:

 

Giant Screen Film: Dark Universe 3D

This award-winning film is now available for display in 3D for giant and flat screen theaters with DCI-compliant projection systems. Produced by an innovative team that includes astrophysicists, science visualizers, and educators, giant screen film content will astound and inspire audiences of all ages. 

 

Featuring:

Dark Universe 3D: Released for the first time in 3D for giant screens, our latest space show Dark Universe celebrates the discoveries that have led us to greater knowledge of the universe. Narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson.

 

 

 

HD Video Content

Created for display in exhibition galleries, theaters, and public spaces, HD science video content from the American Museum of Natural History presents video and visualizations of current science topics. These short documentary videos highlight breaking news, interviews with scientists and data visualizations that engage and educate viewers of all ages. Episodes highlight cutting-edge scientific research and issues of public interest in the fields of astrophysics, Earth science, biodiversity and conservation, and human evolution and health.

Current videos fall into four theme categories:

Astro:  presents the latest discoveries in our solar system and beyond.

Biobrings you the latest in biodiversity and conservation research, examining the constantly changing relationships among Earth’s habitats and its millions of species.

Earth:  delves into our planet’s secrets, uncovering the intertwined systems that make Earth habitable.

Humanexplores our species, considering fossil and genetic research on human evolution as well as examining human health and neuroscience.

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