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Tiger Tiger IMAX®

Tiger Tiger is an IMAX® conservation adventure film, in the tradition of White Mountain Films’s highly-praised Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure and Roving Mars. The story follows conservation legend Alan Rabinowitz as he tracks the wildest and least-known remaining tiger population on Earth through the Sundarbans, an immense belt of mangrove forests around the Bay of Bengal. Traveling through this remote and dangerous landscape, Alan explores the relationship between the people who live on the margins of the Sundarbans forest, and the fearsome but gravely threatened predator.

Tiger Tiger offers an immersive adventure—glimpses of the rarely seen tiger on the majestic scale it deserves, and the wild, haunting beauty of the little-visited Sundarbans—and above all, a plea to fight for the tiger’s survival.

Tiger Tiger IMAX®

Tiger Tiger is an IMAX® conservation adventure film, in the tradition of White Mountain Films’s highly-praised Shackleton’s Antarctic Adventure and Roving Mars. The story follows conservation legend Alan Rabinowitz as he tracks the wildest and least-known remaining tiger population on Earth through the Sundarbans, an immense belt of mangrove forests around the Bay of Bengal. Traveling through this remote and dangerous landscape, Alan explores the relationship between the people who live on the margins of the Sundarbans forest, and the fearsome but gravely threatened predator.

Tiger Tiger offers an immersive adventure—glimpses of the rarely seen tiger on the majestic scale it deserves, and the wild, haunting beauty of the little-visited Sundarbans—and above all, a plea to fight for the tiger’s survival.

Tiger Tiger Documentary

Legendary big cat biologist Alan Rabinowitz takes the audience through the dangerous, but beautiful terrain of the Sundarbans and the urgent challenges facing tiger conservation. His journey is made more poignant by the fact that he has been diagnosed with leukemia, and as he fights for the tiger, must also confront the shadow of extinction that hangs over us all. In the words of the New York Times, the documentary is “a haunting film that explores the perilous interface between tigers and people in the Sundarbans.”

The fully completed 90 min. feature documentary version of Tiger Tiger has already garnered awards and acclaim at top festivals such as the DC Environmental Film Festival, Full Frame, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and Doc NYC.

Tiger Tiger Documentary

Legendary big cat biologist Alan Rabinowitz takes the audience through the dangerous, but beautiful terrain of the Sundarbans and the urgent challenges facing tiger conservation. His journey is made more poignant by the fact that he has been diagnosed with leukemia, and as he fights for the tiger, must also confront the shadow of extinction that hangs over us all. In the words of the New York Times, the documentary is “a haunting film that explores the perilous interface between tigers and people in the Sundarbans.”

The fully completed 90 min. feature documentary version of Tiger Tiger has already garnered awards and acclaim at top festivals such as the DC Environmental Film Festival, Full Frame, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and Doc NYC.

Blast Force

An estimated 70% of all U.S. military casualties sustained in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan result from exposure to blast force, mostly in the form of improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.Traumatic brain injury (TBI) from blast exposure, often called the signature injury of the campaigns, is estimated to afflict as many as 383,947 soldiers and veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.

In early years of these campaigns, blast-inflicted traumatic brain injury was misdiagnosed as PTSD on account of the overlapping symptoms. But a breakthrough study, commissioned by the Pentagon, points to a more terrifying reality: namely, that these are not symptoms of emotional trauma, but rather of physical injury to the brain – a fact that may account for the high rate of suicide among recent veterans. As a result, military neurologists now distinguish this unique form of brain injury as “blast-induced neurotrauma” or “blast-TBI.”

Our goal is to produce a film that exposes the invisible wound that blast inflicts, and advocates for the sustained support injured veterans will require throughout their lifetimes. Writer and director Caroline Alexander has written about blast-induced TBI in major publications, including a landmark story in National Geographic. The film is being executive produced by George Butler.

Enchanted Greece

Ancient Greece has always cast a spell over modern imagination. White Mountain Films envisions a dynamic 40-minute IMAX for the industry’s core science-center market, presenting a compelling story about the oracles of ancient Greece, and the timeless quest to know what the future holds. Our story traverses Greece from west to east, and across the ages, from the Bronze Age to Hellenistic times. We meet characters from modern Greece, and experience their journey of discovery to the ancient world. The film delivers solid science, history and archaeology, and engages viewers through a magical questing theme.

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Blast Force

An estimated 70% of all U.S. military casualties sustained in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan result from exposure to blast force, mostly in the form of improvised explosive devices, or IEDs.Traumatic brain injury (TBI) from blast exposure, often called the signature injury of the campaigns, is estimated to afflict as many as 383,947 soldiers and veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.

In early years of these campaigns, blast-inflicted traumatic brain injury was misdiagnosed as PTSD on account of the overlapping symptoms. But a breakthrough study, commissioned by the Pentagon, points to a more terrifying reality: namely, that these are not symptoms of emotional trauma, but rather of physical injury to the brain – a fact that may account for the high rate of suicide among recent veterans. As a result, military neurologists now distinguish this unique form of brain injury as “blast-induced neurotrauma” or “blast-TBI.”

Our goal is to produce a film that exposes the invisible wound that blast inflicts, and advocates for the sustained support injured veterans will require throughout their lifetimes. Writer and director Caroline Alexander has written about blast-induced TBI in major publications, including a landmark story in National Geographic. The film is being executive produced by George Butler.

Enchanted Greece

Ancient Greece has always cast a spell over modern imagination. White Mountain Films envisions a dynamic 40-minute IMAX for the industry’s core science-center market, presenting a compelling story about the oracles of ancient Greece, and the timeless quest to know what the future holds. Our story traverses Greece from west to east, and across the ages, from the Bronze Age to Hellenistic times. We meet characters from modern Greece, and experience their journey of discovery to the ancient world. The film delivers solid science, history and archaeology, and engages viewers through a magical questing theme.

Gorilla

Mysterious, alluring, and rarely penetrated by outsiders, the rain forests of Africa’s Congo Basin are one of the most magnificent and biologically diverse places on earth, and are also home to the rarely seen, disconcertingly intelligent lowland gorilla. Director George Butler travelled extensively throughout this remote region, seeking the best way to present audiences with a rare window into this world of startling beauty, and into the lives of creatures so remarkably similar to ourselves. With writer Caroline Alexander, Gorilla is in the tradition of Tiger Tiger, another epic story dedicated to conservation for the IMAX® screen.

Gorilla

Mysterious, alluring, and rarely penetrated by outsiders, the rain forests of Africa’s Congo Basin are one of the most magnificent and biologically diverse places on earth, and are also home to the rarely seen, disconcertingly intelligent lowland gorilla. Director George Butler travelled extensively throughout this remote region, seeking the best way to present audineces with a rare window into this world of startling beauty, and into the lives of creatures so remarkably similar to ourselves. With writer Caroline Alexander, Gorilla is in the tradition of Tiger Tiger, another epic story dedicated to conservation for the IMAX® screen.

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