Giant-Screen Film: Forces of Nature
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Forces of Nature
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Take control of the most powerful forces on Earth: earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, and tornadoes.
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Our New Giant-Screen Film

Lose yourself in Forces of Nature, and find what may be cinema's biggest, baddest depictions of real-life earthquakes, volcanoes, and storms.

This new giant-screen movie from National Geographic and Graphic Films follows scientists on pulse-pounding quests to discover how natural disasters are triggered—without getting literally caught up in their work. Find out where to see the movie!


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Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts: Where Girls Grow Strong

National Geographic has teamed with the Girl Scouts of the USA to bring Forces of Nature to girls across the United States! Girl Scouts ages 11-17 can view the film and participate in Girl Scout activities to help them complete earned age-level awards while learning about the Earth and the scientists who study it. For more information on Girl Scouts, visit the Girl Scouts of the USA Web site.

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Forces of Nature
made possible by:
Amica
and funded
in part by:
National Science Foundation
Forces of Nature
produced by:
National GeographicGraphic Films