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Coral Reef Adventure

 

Coral Reef Adventure follows the real-life expedition of two ocean explorers and underwater filmmakers, Howard and Michele Hall, on a daring 10-month journey to document some of the world’s largest, most beautiful and most endangered coral reefs. On their journey from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to the majestic islands of Fiji and Tahiti and the mysterious Rangiroa atoll, the Halls meet with scientists and naturalists such as famed ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau and deep reef ichthyologist Richard Pyle who are all part of a growing global effort to build greater understanding of these fragile and essential ecosystems. Featuring songs written and recorded by Crosby, Stills & Nash.

A MacGillivray Freeman film. Major funding provided by the National Science Foundation and MacGillivray Freeman Films. In association with Museum of Science, Boston, National Wildlife Federation, Lowell, Blake and Associates, and Museum Film Network.

A diver descends against a vibrant coral reef in Fiji.
Christmas Tree Worms live in Porites coral in Fiji.

Photo Credits:

  1. A diver descends against a vibrant coral reef in Fiji.
  2. Christmas Tree Worms live in Porites coral in Fiji.

Copyright: MacGillivray Freeman Films

This week, Coral Reef Adventure is showing:

Fri Apr 27 @ 2 PM
Sun Apr 29 @ 12 PM
Mon Apr 30 @ 3 PM
Tue May 1 @ 3 PM
Wed May 2 @ 3 PM
Thu May 3 @ 3 PM
Film Special!

$9 for all ages.

(No further discounts apply on Adult tickets)

April 14, 5 p.m. – Coral Reef Adventure

This showing will be sensory-friendly, presented in a lights-up, sound-down environment.