Through the use of multi-image compositions and giant IMAX format full-frame shots, Tiger Child expresses a poetic vision of civilization at the dawn of the 1970s, filmed on locations around the world as a travelogue of the human spirit.
Did You Know?
The First IMAX film to be released, it premiered at Expo '70 in Osaka, Japan. It was shown in the Fuji Group Pavilion, at the time the largest air-inflated structure in the world. See more
Referenced in Donald Brittain: Filmmaker