Giant-Screen Films

  • Picture - an artist's rendering of a solar flare

    Wildest Weather in the Solar System

    Witness the most beautiful, powerful, and mysterious weather phenomena in the solar system. From a storm the size of a 100-megaton hydrogen bomb, to a 400-year-old hurricane, to a dust tempest that could engulf entire planets, you'll be glad you live on Earth!

  • Photo: Giant pterosaurs fly across the sky in the movie Flying Monsters

    Flying Monsters 3D

    Could flying monsters have existed? With cutting-edge 3-D filming technology and CGI, Flying Monsters 3D recreates spectacular pterosaurs and brings these giant flying creatures and their prehistoric world to life. Also visit the website to see pterosaurs in action! Now on DVD/BluRay Combo with 3D!

  • Photo: Sea Monsters.

    Sea Monsters

    Get up close and personal with prehistoric monsters of the deep in this smash hit! Sea Monsters brings to life some of the dinosaur age's most fearsome marine reptiles. Now playing at the Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas.

  • Picture - u23d concert stage

    U23D

    U23D immerses you in the pulsating energy of a live U2 stadium concert. Now playing at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in Singapore at the Singapore Science Center.

  • Photo: Actors portaying Lewis and Clark canoe down a river

    Lewis and Clark: Great Journey West

    Relive an amazing tale of discovery and exploration as National Geographic brings to life the first crossing of the great lands that would become such an integral part of the United States.

  • Photo: A man films a tornado at close range

    Forces of Nature

    This giant-screen movie from National Geographic follows scientists on pulse-pounding quests to discover how natural disasters are triggered.

  • Photo: A lion

    Lions 3D: Roar of the Kalahari

    The powerful story of a lion king who must wage the battle of his life against a young, nomadic lion determined to oust him from his throne.

  • Photo: The Sphinx as seen the movie Mysteries of Egypt

    Mysteries of Egypt

    Explore the magnificent architectural feats, awe-inspiring legends, and powerful history of ancient Egyptian civilization.

Feature Films

  • Photo: A mother polar bear and two cubs

    Arctic Tale

    Narrated by Queen Latifah, this moving film follows a walrus and a polar bear cub on their journey from birth to adolescence, maturity, and parenthood in the frozen arctic wilderness.

  • Photo: An adult penguin looks down at his baby

    March of the Penguins

    A blockbuster hit when first released, March of the Penguins lets you experience a journey like no other on the planet. Emperor penguins in the thousands brave icy winds, freezing temperatures, and starvation in this incredible true story of the penguin life cycle. Perfect for family movie night!

  • Photo: Two women converse

    Amreeka

    Amreeka chronicles the adventures of a single mother who moves with her teenage son from the West Bank to small-town Illinois, dreaming of a bright future.

  • Photo: The members of the band Benda Bilili shown in a stylized portrait.

    Benda Bilili!

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  • Photo: Liya Kebede portrays fashion model Waris Dirie in the film Desert Flower

    Desert Flower

    Waris Dirie ran away from an arranged marriage at age 13 and found herself catapulted to fame and fortune as a famous model, but the past comes back to haunt her in this inspiring true story.

  • Photo: An elderly man sits with children in a classroom.

    The First Grader

    National Geographic brings you a heartwarming film about the power of the human spirit—it's never too late to dream. Now available on DVD! Also visit The First Grader on Facebook.

  • Photo: A composite image of a man watching the sun rise over an American city, with his reflection in an African plain.

    God Grew Tired of Us

    Winner of both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, God Grew Tired of Us follows three "lost boys" from the Sudan who triumph over seemingly insurmountable odds and move to the United States. They begin building new lives but remain deeply committed to helping the friends and family they left behind.

  • Photo: A lioness, Ma di Tau, cuddles with her two cubs

    The Last Lions

    Six years in the making, Beverly and Dereck Joubert’s moving film tells the story of an ostracized lioness who will stop at nothing to save her cubs. Now available on DVD! Also find The Last Lions on Facebook.

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