While visiting the GEO CENTRE, be sure to check out the Steele Earth & Space Theatre. Our theatre uses the latest in Dolby 3D technology, and showcases high definition 2D and 3D movies for your enjoyment. Tickets can be purchased from the Admissions Counter in the GEO CENTRE main lobby.
GEO CENTRE Movie Schedule at a Glance:
New Schedule Starts April 5th, 2013
Fearless Planet: Earth’s Story 2D showing at 11:30am, 2:00pm
What forces created Earth? What do the Grand Canyon, the world’s tallest waterfall and the Sahara have in common? What is a hot spot and how did it make Hawaii and the Great Barrier Reef? And what does it really take to move a mountain?”.
Jillian’s Travels: Africa 3D Showing at 10:00am, 12:30m, 300pm
Jillian’s Travels is a one-hour TV special and series pilot filmed in spectacular native 3D that brings children and families on the journey of a lifetime. Viewers will take a trip into the heart of Africa, and become immersed in a spectacular world where wild animals seem so close you can touch them. Our guides on this adventure are sixth grader Jillian Palmer and her 10-year-old brother, Jack. When their parents invite them on a week-long African safari, Jillian gets the assignment from her school principal to record a video diary for her classmates at North Hills Junior High School, sharing everything she is seeing and learning about. The bubbly and outgoing Jillian proves to be a fun and colorful host. She enlists the help of Jack, her bookish younger brother, to add lots of fascinating facts he has learned.
Microplanet3D Showing at 11:0am, 1:30pm, 4:00pm
Directed by award-winning filmmaker Michael Watchulonis, MicroPlanet 3D takes viewers on a groundbreaking adventure into the tiny kingdoms of thieves, assassins, and gentle souls alike.
See microscopic flatworms with miraculous powers of regeneration dig through the muck of a freshwater lake. Witness ferocious antlions build deathtraps and ambush fire ants. Learn how water striders do the seemingly impossible – walk on water. And watch sneaky toads find a mate on a beautiful moonlit night.
Spectacular 3D cinematography puts the audience inches away from some of the most bizarre and beautiful little creatures on earth that thrive without us … even in spite of us