My wife and I saw Pandas today at the Telus World of Science IMAX theatre. I wish the room was bigger for more seats at an ok distance from the screen but the image quality and sound are unmatched for the best way to see a film. In addition to nature related documentaries, they also show Hollywood films like Black Panther and coming soon, Clueless (1995). An original IMAX documentary, Pandas tells about a team of international animal behavioural scientists who work to help the population of pandas flourish. Filmed in China and New Hampshire, Pandas is narrated by Kristen Bell (The Good Place), and has equal parts of cuteness and urgency for their plight. Scientists looking into pandas from both countries worked together to find ways to raise, build trust with, take care of, and ultimately release them into the wild. With a runtime of 40 minutes (these really need to be longer), the documentary moves quickly along a few years of time and jumps between the two countries, all the while with a narration providing point form updates of the team’s challenges and successes. Directors David Douglas and Drew Fellman also worked on fellow IMAX produced docs including Island of Lemurs: Madagascar (2014) and Born to Be Wild (2011).