Journey to a land of grizzlies, coastal wolves, sea otters and the all-white spirit bear — the rarest bear on earth — in the film Great Bear Rainforest.Hidden from the outside world, the Great Bear Rainforest is one of the wildest places left on earth. Found on Canada’s remote Pacific coast, it is the last intact temperate rainforest in the world—a place protected by the region’s indigenous people for millennia. Now, for the first time ever, experience this magical world in IMAX and giant screen theatres, and discover the land of the spirit bear.
Great Bear Rainforest is a Spirit Bear Entertainment film presented by Seaspan in association with Destination British Columbia and directed by Ian McAllister, produced by Jeff Turner and executive produced by Kyle Washington and Byron Horner. Distributed by MacGillivray Freeman Films.
Narrated by Ryan Reynolds
Main Title Theme composed by Hans Zimmer & Anže Rozman for Bleeding Fingers Music
Original Music composed by Anže Rozman for Bleeding Fingers Music
Release date: February 15, 2019
Run time: 40 minutes
Format: filmed in 15 perforation/70mm, DCI compliant digital, IMAX digital, Dome-customized 15/70, 2D and 3D
“Breathtaking vistas of both land and sea put us in a submissive state. We’re rendered powerless against the awe-inspiring imagery. It’s virtually impossible not to feel enveloped by the sights the filmmakers capture on camera. Every frame impresses, with no time wasted on filler.”
“Having a bold-type name like Reynolds attached is a great way to get some butts in the movie theatre seats, but at the end of the day the stunning subject matter combined with the amazing larger-than-life IMAX format is truly the star… Films like Great Bear Rainforest are of paramount importance in educating the public.”
“It’s an international awareness project meant to help save a breathtaking, fragile wilderness.”
“It’s perfect for kids…What this film does well are the pictures and images…”
-Global News TV movie review
“The film scenes had me on the edge of my seat…. The film offers spectacular footage of other wildlife as well, revealing how interconnected all these species are…. One cannot help but feel tremendously hopeful while watching this film.”