The Chauvet Cave was discovered in 1994. A group of scientists found an entrance to a cave blocked for centuries. As they explored the cave, they came across a series of paintings on the walls, depicting various animals from a pre-historic time. Analysis of the paintings revealed them to be more than 30,000 years old, making them the oldest ever to be recorded. Such is the delicate nature of the atmosphere in the cave, and the age of the paintings, only scientists have been allowed access to the cave, and even then, their time in the cave has been limited.
Here are our 3 top releases for this weekend at the cinema:
Limitless (opened Wednesday)