Atlantis is a film containing underwater images of the animals in the sea. This nature documentary by renowned French director Luc Besson is filmed at various locations around the world. With almost no narration, you can focus on the various ocean environments and the vibrant creatures within them, including dugongs, dolphins and sharks. Boasting fluid underwater camerawork, the film points to Besson's own experiences as a diver.
Rated G. Watch a preview here.
Run time: 79 minutes
When: 10.30am, Thursday Sept 5
Where: 6 Washington Street, South Hobart
Cost: Free - donations are encouraged
iGEN Cinema is a specially curated programme of films for pre-schoolers and their carers designed to introduce little ones to the big screen in a kid-friendly space. The lights will be dim and little ones can sit where they like, move around or play with a toy while the films plays. With support from the City of Hobart, Wide Angle Tasmania presents each screening for free. Please BYO cushion, toys and snacks. Some refreshments will be available at the venue.