It is a land of mystery, yet what happens here affects each of us. Through never-before-seen footage, our story takes viewers to the farthest reaches of this wild and majestic continent. It is the coldest, driest and windiest place on earth, with the harshest oceans. Yet, strange and wonderful creatures thrive there in astounding abundance. Antarctica is perfectly suited for the giant screen.
On Sunday April 14 from 3 pm, the Conservatoire Maurice Ravel will immerse you in an ocean of music !
Water, in all of its poetic beauty, is a recurring theme in classical music : from the sea, calm or agitated, to the aquarium, passing through rivers and springs, invoking all of the divine facets of this element.
There is a new version of the 3D animation now showing in the bathyscaphe. Not only that, but this diving experience is twice as long as the last one ! New 3D Pop-out technology has been used for this film that provides the ultimate “I was there” experience !
A submarine setting, comfortable seats, polarized glasses…
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