Silver Screen Social


July 26, 2024 11:00am - 1:30pm

Educators, join us for a film, food, and fun!

Event Details

You’re invited to preview the 3D documentary film Animal Kingdom, screening in the IMAX® Theatre for the upcoming school year. Animal Kingdom introduces you to the six fascinating families of the animal kingdom and what makes our natural world so spectacular. The film travels across frozen snowy forests, under scorching African sun, and into the darkest depths of the ocean. Explore six animal families and what makes our natural world so spectacular.

After the film screening, stay for lunch to discuss the curricular connections to the film's topics and try out hands-on classroom activities. There will also be prize drawings and CPE certificates provided, SBEC approved.

This event is free of charge and parking is complimentary in the Museum’s garage.

Questions? Contact (512) 936-4604 or

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About Animal Kingdom

An educational journey from A-Z, Animal Kingdom introduces animals from all over the world and explores the ways in which we can help to protect them. Across frozen snowy forests, under scorching African sun, and into the darkest depths of the ocean, the film will break down why animals are the way they are and answer the simple but important questions that form the basis of our knowledge about the animal world.

Film Credits

Rating: NR
Suggested Age: all ages
Directors: Amelia McCartenPaula Grusovin
Narrator: Richard Roxburgh
Runtime: 40 min.
Genre: Documentary

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School Programs are generously funded by Featured sponsor The Marie M. and James H. Galloway Foundation, Supporting sponsor The Lange Family Foundation, and Contributing sponsors Bella and Chase Cooley, Dian Graves Owen Foundation, and Roger and Marianne Staubach.

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