HORIZON: A 360° Journey

HORIZON is SESQUI’s marquee hemispherical film. The 20-minute film is a soaring visual symphony that places viewers in the centre of the action during an inspiring showcase of Canadian creative expression that unfolds from coast to coast to coast. HORIZON takes its audience on a revealing expedition from the highest peaks to the deepest seas, and through all ten provinces and three territories. Drawing upon artistic inspiration from across our country’s rich cultural mosaic, the film features traditional and contemporary creative works set in the unforgettable urban and natural landscapes of our diverse nation. 

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HORIZON BY THE NUMBERS

HORIZON was filmed from coast to coast to coast, in all 10 provinces and 3 territories. It features over 20 minutes of footage and more than 90 awe-inspiring scenes, all in 360°.

NUMBER OF SHOOT DAYS – 40

NUMBER OF PERFORMERS ON SCREEN – 386

HIGHEST NUMBER OF GOPRO CAMERAS OPERATING AT ONE TIME – 30

COLDEST SHOOT DAY – Yellowknife, NWT, -36°C (plus windchill)

WARMEST SHOOT DAY – Vancouver, 30°C

LONGEST ROAD TRIP – 1800km (Calgary, AB to Yellowknife, NWT)

LONGEST FERRY TRIP – 17 hours (Port Hardy to Prince Rupert to Haida Gwaii, BC)

CLICK HERE for a HORIZON Location List by Scene.

CLICK HERE to download a full credit list for HORIZON.

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WHAT CANADIANS ARE SAYING ABOUT HORIZON:

“Absolutely stunning! I feel proud to be Canadian!” – Ayla

“Pride. Hope. It reminded me of what special country we have and what we have to do to protect it!” – Chris

“I loved the use of innovation in technology, and it made me want to travel and see more of Canada.” – Marcin

“Impressive – nice tie-in of arts and Canadian culture and landscapes.” – Jolyn

“No words. Fabulous show. Jaw dropping.” – Sheby

“Awesome – total immersion in film.” – Frances

“Wow! Wow! Wow!” – Oresta

“Marvellous, worth the wait to see it. Didn’t want it to end!” – Linda

“Simplicité, diversité, respect de notre beau pays.”– Nicole

“Excellent representation of the diversity of Canada.” – Michael

“Every class in Canada should be mandated to see this film” – Phil

“Terrific, better than 1967.” – Dr. Dean

“This should be the new EPCOT movie!” – Jill

“I could die happy watching this” – Elizabeth