Museum alive


Museum alive 3D

David Attenborough takes us on a nocturnal adventure through London’s famous Natural History Museum. When the last visitor leaves, the doors are locked and night falls, and the world’s favourite naturalist roams the museum halls and corridors, encountering extinct creatures that, through the wonder of cutting edge 3D CGI are brought to life right in front of our eyes.

He dodges a sabre-toothed cat and a fearsome bird of prey, he watches, awe-struck, as a spinner dolphin and an ancient ichthyosaur circle the Central Hall, and laughs as a dodo pecks his leg after food. In the magnificent finale, he feeds a hungry Diplodocus by hand from the top balcony.

All this happens thanks to a unique collaboration between scientists, Natural History Museum curators and the world’s leading animation studios. The result is spectacular, fun and enlightening.

Release date: 2014
Written: David Attenborough
Directed by: Daniel M. Smith
Narrated by David Attenborough

In Tietomaa Super Screen Theatre 25.3.‒30.9.2019

English shows daily at 1 pm, 3 pm (and 5 pm on weekends)
Duration: 40 minutes.