Apr 4, 2024 - News

Ocean film premieres at adults-only night Frost Science Museum

Two whales

Photo: Courtesy of "Sounds of the Ocean"

If this week is stressing you out, meditate to the sounds of whales and dolphins at a new movie premiering Thursday at the Frost Science Museum's planetarium.

State of play: "Sounds of the Ocean," an immersive 360-degree film screened across the world, takes audiences on a "mindful underwater odyssey."

  • Thursday's screening is part of Frost's adult-only nightLAB evening programming, which lets patrons over 21 years old visit the museum from 7pm–10:30pm.

Zoom in: "Sounds of the Ocean" combines high-resolution footage of whales and dolphins with original music and visual art.

  • The museum will also have a DJ, telescopes on the rooftop, and marine science-themed challenges and activities.

What they're saying: Film director Joshua Sam Miller tells Axios he hopes the film "helps people fall more deeply in love with ocean life" and make changes in their lives to help save the environment.

If you go: Tickets are $34.95 for non-members. Parking is $8.

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