19 min
In Theatres (USA): January 1, 1992

The first IMAX film ever shot and projected at twice the normal film speed, this new 48 frames-per-second process creates a movie image of unraveled richness and clarity, and allows filmmakers to create spectacular visual effects by moving the camera at high speeds without blurring or "strobing." The film captures over 50 aspects of Canada to showcase the vastness and diversity of the country for audiences at EXPO '92 in Seville.

Also in IMAX