In Tahiti everything is beautiful. Especially when it involves seeing Kelly Slater on the set of the first ever 3D IMAX film in Making of The Ultimate Wave Tahiti.Watch Trailer
|Synopsis||Making of The Ultimate Wave Tahiti is an in-depth look at the first ever IMAX 3D surf film. Featuring nine-time world champion Kelly Slater, The Ultimate Wave Tahiti follows a quest to find the perfect wave-riding experience. Filmed in Tahiti and among the islands of French Polynesia, the film showcases dramatic giant screen surfing action in a unique Pacific paradise. This show will focus on intricacies of using such a complex camera, the challenges of weather in the tropics, and getting professional surfers to go surf when the conditions are less than ideal. See what happens behind the camera on such a monumental piece of surf film history.
|Genres||Surfing Documentaries, Big Wave Surfing|
|Athletes||Kelly Slater, Raimana Van-Bastolaer, Shane Dorian|
|Running Time||44 minutes|
|Audio Language||English | Stereo|
|Download Resolution||SD | 848x480 (527.68 MB)|
|Streaming Resolution||SD | 848x480|
|Additional Features||Chapter Markers|
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