For one month only, come to MSI and see some of the Earth’s smallest underdogs and largest predators in Chicago’s only Giant Dome Theater!
Some of these mammals you might have run into this summer—others have been extinct for thousands of years. Catch both films during your visit before they leave the giant screen on September 10.
Tiny Giants: Smaller heroes have bigger adventures!
Follow a tiny hero on an epic quest for survival in wild woodlands, as a chipmunk must face dangerous predators in a race to store nuts for the winter. Stunning cinematography takes you into the world of our tiny giant in this BBC Earth film narrated by Stephen Fry.
Titans of the Ice Age: Explore the harsh and beautiful landscapes of the Pleistocene ice age.
Travel back 20,000 years to a time of saber-toothed cats, giant sloths, dire wolves and woolly mammoths. Ultra-HD CGI allows these long-extinct Ice Age mammals to populate this world in photorealistic detail alongside Paleolithic humans played by native Iñupiat and Yup’ik Alaskans. This action-packed tale about climate and species survival is narrated by Christopher Plummer.