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Now Playing in IMAX and Giant Screen Theatres, Humpback Whales was supported by MFF Educational Foundation. The Foundation also produced the materials and programs -- Educator Guide, Learning Lab and more -- that further the learning that the film inspires. Kids at Portland's Oregon Museum of Science and Industry watch the IMAX film TO THE ARCTIC.

The MacGillivray Freeman Films Educational Foundation (MFF-ED) is a not-for-profit 501(c) (3) organization established to fund and produce educational giant screen films (more commonly known as IMAX® theatre films) and companion educational programming focusing on science, the environment, world culture and natural heritage locations.
Due to its ties with industry pioneers—including the world’s largest independent producer of giant screen cinema, MacGillivray Freeman Films—MFF-ED can deliver visceral, immersive learning experiences via the powerful giant screen film medium.
Read more about our Mission & Goals, and meet our Board of Directors and Staff.
These students had a great time watching our 3D giant screen films in one of the more than 600 theatres in the world.  Yet, MacGillivray Freeman Films Educational Foundation is about more than making films. We’re about learning, teaching, contributing — and making the world a better place. That sounds like a lot, but we’ve found that taking a large-format camera into places most people cannot go paves the way for experiences and knowledge that we otherwise would not have. Now you can do more than watch—you can bring our educational programs into your schools and other institutions, or even join us in the adventure.
In Production:
Dream Big: Engineering Wonders of the World

In Release:
Humpback Whales 3D
Journey to the South Pacific 3D
To The Arctic 3D
Grand Canyon Adventure 3D
Hurricane on the Bayou
Greece: Secrets of the Past
Coral Reef Adventure


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