IMAX reveals Greek secrets |

IMAX reveals Greek secrets

Daily Staff Report
Special to the Daily/Jed Olson

DENVER – A new film, “Greece: Secrets of the Past” opens June 9 at the Phipps IMAX Theatre at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Directed by two-time Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Greg MacGillivray, the film tells the story of how a 21st century Greek archaeologist is uncovering the secret history of his ancient ancestors.

“Greece: Secrets of the Past” merges a contemporary archaeological detective story with some of the most advanced and painstaking digital re-creations undertaken for an IMAX film. Scenes in the film restore such centuries-old spectacles as the original Parthenon and the volcanic eruption that buried Santorini in 1646 BC.

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