As audiences return to your giant screen theater, give them the inspiring, high-quality experience of a MacGillivray Freeman film! 
 
Audiences are coming back to theaters, and now, more than ever, it's important to remind them how much they love the giant screen experience. By programming one of MFF's high-quality films, you'll keep your viewers coming back for more!  Check out these latest highlights from our film line-up and get in touch so we can help you bring them to your theater. Screeners are available by contacting Patty or Chip.
 

Into Nature's Wild
As the world begins to return to normal, the message of connecting with nature is an important one as we re-establish the health and happiness of our families and communities. Into Nature's Wild delivers on this message with a story of hope and adventure.

More than 15 theaters opened the film recently including the Houston Museum of Natural Science and Marbles Kids Museum, which coordinated a social media blitz and partnered with the Piedmont Wildlife Center to bring in animal ambassadors for a lesson about the local wildlife. The Saint Louis Science Center tapped the star power of John Herrington and Ariel Tweto to create a custom welcome video for their pre-show.   

The possibilities are endless to partner with local nature groups for a wild weekend of fun! Don't forget that our film talent is available for virtual or in-person interviews!
 


Ancient Caves
Bring your audiences to locations that few will ever visit in their lifetime. Ancient Caves follows scientist Gina Moseley on a geologic treasure hunt for clues about Earth's climate history, deep in ancient, submerged worlds.

Did you know that fewer people have been to Devil's Hole Cave than have been on the Moon? Director Jonathan Bird is one of those few and he is an excellent spokesman for the film. Check out his interview on Good Day Extra Birmingham to promote the film at the McWane Science Center. Jonathan is available for all of your virtual interview needs.
 



Astronaut: Ocean to Orbit 
Do you have what it takes to work in space? How do astronauts train to live in space without air, gravity or a quick way home? They train underwater! 

Astronaut: Ocean to Orbit is a new 20-minute film from Jonathan Bird that brings the astronaut training program to the giant screen. The film recently opened at the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson and at the Air Force Museum Foundation theater in Dayton, and is the perfect fit to accompany your space-themed programming.

We now have an exclusive video interview with NASA Astronaut Jeanette Epps available. Watch and share her inspiring story with your audiences and anyone curious about what it's like to have a career in space.



Great Bear Rainforest
Audiences can't get enough of Canada's majestic all-white spirit bear on the giant screen! Hidden from the outside world, the Great Bear Rainforest is one of the wildest places left on earth. It is the last intact temperate rainforest in the world—a place protected by the region’s indigenous people for millennia.

Theaters across the country have brought this timeless classic to their screens this year including the Tennessee Aquarium, the Tech Interactive in San Jose, San Diego's Fleet Science Center, the Hastings Museum and Cincinnati Museum Center.

To promote this immersive experience, consider using the film's sound recordist, Tim Archer for interviews. Tim has fascinating stories about getting up close to wildlife and capturing the sound of coastal wolves howling at night and the breathing of a sleeping spirit bear. He also breaks down what makes the sonic experience so special in your theater, proving this is a one-of-a-kind experience.



Great Barrier Reef
Beat the summer heat and dive into Great Barrier Reef. Celebrating visionaries and citizen scientists who are helping us better understand and protect this awesome, bizarre, and vibrant living world, the film is a perfect fit for your next ocean film and to tie in with your underwater exhibits. 

And the film drives attendance! IMAX Melbourne reports that Great Barrier Reef drove April attendance results that were 63% higher than results in April 2019. 

As Minnie and Tilly from Melbourne proclaim "It was amazing...You need to see Great Barrier Reef!" 



Coming Soon

Revisit the inspiring ascent of the world’s tallest mountain with a team of four international climbers who find hope, beauty, and triumph in the wake of tragedy. The box-office smash hit Everest will be released in stunning 16k digital resolution in 2022 to allow a new generation to experience this moving and critically acclaimed film.
 


Experience the Emerald Isle in early 2022. Ireland celebrates the island's rich history, gorgeous natural beauty, and its beloved language, arts and music. Amid awe-inspiring locations such as Giant’s Causeway, Skellig Michael, and the Cliffs of Moher, the film follows Irish writer Manchán Magan on his quest to reconnect Irish people from around the world with their land, language, and stories.



Schedule a call with our marketing team!
We are here to help you brainstorm ideas for making your film launch as successful as possible and to offer local media and PR outreach. Get in touch with Lori Rick, Senior Director of Marketing and Communications to schedule a call. 

Our sales team looks forward to talking with you about bringing these films to your theater!  

Patty Collins, Director of Global Sales
pcollins@macfreefilms.com 
Chip Bartlett, Director of Distribution Media
cbartlett@macfreefilms.com

 
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